Question about Televison & Video
I understand. Offhand I would venture that the built-in audio amplifier is defective. This is both an easy and quick repair as well as inexpensive. If the unit is still under warranty (fairly new) discuss your concern with the someone from the point of purchase for a possibility of exchange unit. Alternately and if for some reason you are considering taking care of this on your own, a workaround may be possible if you could confirm for the presence of the red and white RCA connector at the rear right side that says "AUDIO OUT". Should this be there, then you can hook up the Sony to an external amplifier or a Home Theater system or a receiver and thereafter use that external units amplifier. Of course, this is assuming that it is the Sony's built-in amp that is faulty and not its digital sound processing system.
Would appreciate an update for any developments.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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