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If you are connected to a cable box, it may be a problem with connection. I get wierd sounds when watching my Uverse service via HDMI connection occasionally, but switching the channel up and back down usually clears the problem.
Speaker is "blown up" because you have played the volume too loud, im not sure if its expensive or it has hq sound, but you should buy a different one, if you wanna play loud music you should get a bigger one. BTW NEVER play at max vol. or it WILL break if u use it too long.
The first thing to do is disconnect ANYthing that is connected via HDMI and then use the component, composite or s-video inputs and see what happens. If it works ok then most likely what ever is connected to your TV via HDMI is causing the issue (it does happen). The second thing if that doesn't solve the issue is replace the lamp if its getting really dar and has never been done before. If the emmisions of the lamp are low (darker picture) the set thinks the lamp is not on and will force a restart..Please take a moment to rate my answer...Thanks
It sounds as if the connection has possibly reset itself to a default. Try using the normal RCA connection to start, and if you are able to get a picture, hook up the HDMI cable. You can then simply edit the Video and Sound Connections to accept your HDMI input rather than the RCA input, or you can have it select both, if you have the most recently updated software, and that way, if this ever happens again, you can still have a screen you can see.
With your PS3 on standby (red light) hold the on/off button down until it goes green and then back to red. This restores your PS3 to "factory settings", i.e. it is waiting for you to tell it how you want it to connect to your TV. Now disconnect any HDMI cables you may be trying to use and connect your PS3 to your TV via a scart connection. Now switch your PS3 on and turn to your AV channel and you should have both sound and pictures.
I think this has to do with the cable box not liking the encryption thing going on with the sony tv. The cable boxes probably don't understand it fully and therefore you have intermittant problems. I would just use component inputs. Which are analog and no encryption problems. I hope this was helpful. I bet it doesn't happen using a sony DVD Player or a blue ray DVD Player either. Sony, Sony, Sony.....Good stuff...but they have their moments. Let me know if u come up with a fix for this and then i will post it on my fix it list.. Thank you again..GURU JAY
I suggest contacting Sharp directly. I just did and received absolutely nothing from them. But if others such as myself who have the exact same problem as you ( I own a LC32D40U just over 2 yrs old) contact then maybe something can get done.
I will certainly NEVER recommend a Sharp product to anyone and will as of this moment respond to every message out there letting everyone know exactly how bad Sharp's product are. I would recommend the Sony XBR series to anyone looking for an LCD television.