I looked for anything that has to do with SAP in the settings and on the remote, and I cannot find anything. There is a station that has an obvious Spanish dub over English, and I would like to watch it in English. Please help.
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Re: SAP on Mitsubishi Medallion 65" 1080
Set the tv to stero setting this should turn sap off. This can be changed by the remote or in the enu under audio settings. MONO<STEREO<SAP are some of the choices select stereo. Second[ary] audio program[ming] (SAP) is an auxiliaryaudiochannel for analog television that can be broadcast or transmitted both over the air and by cable TV. It is often used for an alternate language. HOPE THIS HELPED GOOD LUCK AND THANK YOU
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Some of the older Mitsubishi with HD 1080 have only one component input for HD---it is marked on rear as DTV----also a model number may allow me to give another suggestion--Some of these sets (ws, wt, vs models) will on occasion lock out or disable the input/s.
Depending on model number most also have 3 hidden menus---one is the option menu----it allows with the Mitsubishi remote via a 4 digit number (by model number) to enter there and do a hard reset of the set----sets every setting back to factory original---seen it "cure" all kinds of odd problems from missing rear inputs, no sound, odd video issues---you name it.
Get me the model number and I will see if can find the code for yours--you can also try hooking first direct a 1080 blue ray or Dvd if you want to see if the input is active or not first.
You've managed to turn on "SAP" (second audio mode) which will cause the trouble. It doesn't affect all channels, as you're finding out, and can be frustrating. Mitsubishi remotes have a singe button for SAP, if I remember correctly, and you can press it and change modes without knowing it. (The button may be marked AUDIO or SAP.) Just press the button until the on-screen display tells you SAP is off. This will bring the sound back to normal.
This ranks up there with the mysterious black box that appears on some channels. This is because of closed-captioning being set to TEXT, and it happens the same way: pressing a button on the remote.
I believe that you mean "the audio works sometimes then stops working" If that is correct one of two things is happening. If this is on one channel it could be that the unit is set to SAP and should be set to stereo. Go to the menu and check the settings. Change to stereo if necessary. The other possibility could be that you have bad solder joints in the audio section. If you can solder you can probably fix this. Otherwise call an experienced tech to fix it. Let me know how you make out.
it is usually in the Audio settings,sometimes by the CC settings, if you go to the TV and enter th menu from the set, go thru one at a time until you find the spot to turn it off, it is under options or Menu on the remote also, there maybe an SAP Option on the remote itself, but you may have to press another key first like a "Function: Key.
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Make sure that the sound setting in the menu are NOT set on SAP. The sound should be set on stereo. Use the mitsubishi remote to pull up the menu then go to the audio portion and look for that setting. If you need more help or it is set on stereo let me know and we can go further.