Question about Sony KV-32S45 32" TV
I have a Sony KD32FS170 and recently switched over to the digital antenna. The lowest volume setting is really loud. I have heard there is a setting in the TV setup menu where the digital tuner volume can be turned down, but I am unable to find the correct menu.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: digital tuner?
Good question, Mike. I wondered about my fs210 model, too, and I found the answer at a Sony tech-support site.
1. Go to: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/select-system.pl?DIRECTOR=DOCS
2. Enter your TV's model number, which, in this case, is: kv-32fs100 (and then click on Continue).
3. At the resulting page, under "Support by Type" in the left margin, click on "News & Alerts."
4. At the next page, click on: 04/02/2008: Critical: Is my Sony® television ready for the Digital TV (DTV) transition?
5. Your TV and mine are analog, but scroll down the page mentioned in #4, above, to see all of your options.
Consumers can determine whether any Sony TV is digital, just by entering the model number and following the steps listed above. ~ Kind regards, Gilda M. (replied 1/23/09)
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Hi, If you have an outside antenna you will need a converter box as this tv has an NTSC tuner which is analog.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
The tv is a 2k model - I have the same one, digital is now 8k so it won't work digitally anymore.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
SOURCE: My Sony Trinitron volume goes
If you have some idea about the working of your TV, and some service experience you can do it by yourself. Your TV has electronic volume controls. That means, a gradual voltage rise or lower does the volume to go up or down. This voltage variation is done by an Ic which we call it as "System Control Ic", that every modern TV has; but differ in their type and number. You must know how to follow the schematic diagram of your tv to get the exact point from which the voltage orginates, and which point regulates the same.
At present there is some voltage, say 0.23VDC or so, remains at that control point even if you turned all the visual controls seem to be off; and that voltage suddenly goes up; say 3.05VDC or so when you adjust the volume to the near mid stage. Further saying 3.05VDC must come only after you have turned the volume bar to extreme high. Now you are listning your tv at is 1/4th volume at extreme low I thinks.
Looking for fault at system contol section must be done with patience, and should have schematic diagram of it, and some sort of skill. It is best for you to get service of an experienced service personal, otherwise the the faults will be rise in numbers. All sony tv has complex schematics even go to pages on a book, and have some difficut to follow even an experienced one you know. So think a little better and do the needy.
If you have confidence that you can reach the the above said points, contact me at my mail address which is given below. I will guide you. You must have the schematic digram of your tv also beside you. Ok.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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