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Very Very Low volume.

I've correctly hooked up my dvd player to a couple of tv sets now and for some reason, although i have each the dvd player and the television volume up to full blast there is a loud hum and little volume output from the dvd player. When I touch the tips of the A/V cords it produces a sound through the television and have tried other cords so I know it is the dvd player that is the problem. Please help if you can.

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    I'm using the regular A/V jacks in the back. The volume is there but is barely audible.

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    I'm using the line out jack.

  • wagali Jan 02, 2009

    That was me who mentioned earlier that I am in fact using the Line Out Jack.

  • wagali Jan 02, 2009

    I've also crossed lines (left and right) and have used them individually at a time. Still nothing. I've also tried switching the switch on the back which corresponds with cable/aux etc. but nothing has changed. The Video works perfectly.

  • wagali Jan 02, 2009

    Of course I would call customer service to assist me if it in fact existed. Apparently Lenoxx went of out business and the lines have also been disconnected.

  • wagali Jan 02, 2009

    On this particular dvd player there is no headphone jack. It used to work at a normal level of volume but now, hooked up the same way the sound has deteriorated.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Are you using the line out jack or the headphone jack for sound?

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The line out jack isn't amplified. Try using the headphone jack. You can control the volume using the controls on the dvd. Whatever source you are plugging it into doesn't have an amp powerful enough to boost the audio.

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  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jan 03, 2009

    There have been several problems with those players. The manufacturer went out of business last year while Wal Mart was still selling them. You may be able to return it for a new player. You will find several threads on here about information on how to do it if the customer service department doesn't do it.

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