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To adjust sound on speakers a remote is required

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There are several sources for remotes which you can find by searching on line

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I have a sony str de 325 receiver....what sub woofer will go with it and where do you plug it into the receiver?? Thanks


You will need a powered sub, one that has a built in amp. It will also need speaker terminal type inputs. Use the B channel to send signal to the woofer. Since the audio from the B channel is full range, use the crossover on the sub to determine which frequencies you want to hear. I would start at 100Hz and go up and down from there. Use the gain to adjust the volume in relation to the other speakers. The sub volume will be affected by the master volume.

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I have a new Sony Bravia LCD TV 40" EX500. That I need to hook external speakers to thru an ONKYO amp. The amp has optical and coaxial Audio in but NOT HDMI. I have connected the optical Audio...


Well, one of the solutions would be a universal remote control.
The way amplifiers usually work is such that the volume needs to be adjusted on the amplifier and not the source (TV in your case).
If you can give me more information on the model of your amp I might be able to prove die you with another solution.

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Poor sound quality


A new LCD TV has expansion sound capabilities requiring adjustment to acheive viewer experience. First, the TVs default sound is what is heard soon as the powered on. Tempering with the remote controls volume fucntionalities to achieve adjustment suitable. The volume feature on the remote produces adjustment either reduceable or increasing sound magniftude. Hower, the LCD TV is capable of producing extensive qualility sound with separate devices that generate sound. For example, acquring an external speaker system mentionable as home theatre system has already build blusting capabilities requirements. Once an external home theater sould producer devices are connected to the LCD TV, the expansion capability is increased. For example, the home theatre devices have woofers as bass magnifiers, tweeters as sound impression magnififers, and additionally, speakers with magnifier capacities. The LCD TV is designed to accomodate any extenal devices only mentionable example as the home theater sound sytems acquirable at retail. LCD TV sound capacities are capable of being modulated by using the remote control to access the settings areas on which sound is alteratered. Consult the LCD TV user guide for additional details on manipulating audio sound functionalities.
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I have a sony STR-DE897 and my rear speakers dont get sound when plugged into the surround back ports..Is there a certain setting in order for the rear surround spreakers to work? or does that mean the...


There are a few things required for the rear surround channels to operate;

1. The surround back channels must be enabled in the surround setup menu.

2. The media being played through the receiver must have audio encoded for the rear surround
channels. There are only a few exceptions to this but I'll exclude the explanation for simplicity.

3. The audio level of the speaker channels must be set high enough to be audible.


Enter the surround setup menu with your remote. Use the center button on the remote to toggle through the selections, press down on it to enter the selection.
You will navigate to a selection in the surround setup menu that says "surround back" or S/B with a selectable yes or no indication. Press on the center button to enable them.

Media like DVD or Blu-ray that has 6.1 or 7.1 channel audio has separate, or often referred to as "discrete" or "matrixed" audio intended for playback through surround rear speakers, depending on the music or movie. If your media is encoded for 5.1, then there will be no audio sent to these speakers. However, with the different modes of on-board digital processing of this receiver you can still have audio through these speakers.

Last but not least is the actual playing level of these rear surround channels. They may simply be adjusted to quietly. Enter the setup menu with remote, choose "level" and navigate to the rear surround channels. You can adjust the level up or down in 1/2 dB level increments by toggling left or right with the center button. Each surround channel can and should be adjusted independently and equally.

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I have the sony: STR-DE 685. The sound in the


This sounds like a very poor connection. Please make a new splice on speaker and receiver. This should take care of this for you.

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I have a sony bravia davhdx274 but i no longer


Yes, but you will have very limited control for internal adjustments.
You can purchase a new remote from www.remotes.com
or 1-(800)REMOTES and they will ship it to you within 5 days.

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Out put to the back speakers are low


Check your fader control on the unit maybe it has been adjusted to supply more power to the front speakers.

Dec 27, 2009 | Sony Car Audio & Video

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The tv is about 3 months old and sound does not work. How can I get this fix?


Check speakers are connected (if external speakers are required),
Check audio is not 'muted' from remote control,
Check volume is adjusted for normal listening level.
If none of above, it will still be under manufacturer warranty.
Return it to supplier for repair.

Sep 07, 2009 | Sony BRAVIA KDL-40S2000 40 in. LCD HDTV

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The front speakers are too quiet


press SET UP :select NORM.SP then is select LARGE .that should do it

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Volume is too low on my old Sony Trinitron KV-27S45


Volume is too low on my old Sony Trinitron KV-27S45 Can i fix it with out parts? no as it requires tech help as tv is high voltage device. would it be less expensive to just purchase a new tv? it would be less expensive. no need to purchase new tv. please get check 1 speaker paper cone might be hard or defective 2 loose contact in sound section 3 supply to sound might be absent. 4 connector loose. 5 any capscitor defective in sound section. 6 ic might be defective in sound section hope this will help.

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