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No sound from my Philips LX3000D

About 3 weeks ago I notice I was not getting any sound from my player. After trying to troubleshoot it by making sure all the wires were connected tightly and properly (and they were) I gave up on the idea of the volume coming from amplifier. About 10 minutes later there was a loud cracklin sound that scared my son and poof I had sound. I also noticed that when I pressed the standby button to power everything on, my subwoofer was not coming on. I had to unplug the woofer then plug it back in before the lcd light would change from red to green. But still I did not get immediate sound from the sub woofer or any of the other speakers. As before about 10 minutes would pass and then that loud cracklin sound would come back and I had sound. I was sure that something had to be connected wrong but nothing was. After about a week of this my sound went away permanantly. I see two other consumers have had the exact problem, but I wasn't as lucky as one of them. Can anybody offer me a remedy as to how to fix this problem.

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the reciever should have a "subwoofer level" setting, or a "bass level control" If you cannot find this then try to place the "sub-woofer" away from walls and elevate it from the floor. This will reduce it's loudness/ intensity at annoying frequencies...

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SOURCE: philips lx3000d surround sound system. centre

cross check the audio device settings. check the audio level of each channels.
Also try exchanging the speakers whether the speaker itself is damaged.

Hope this helped.

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