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Volume is too low.

With the TV volume turned to 100%, both tapes and CDs are difficult to hear conversation and action at times. Is there a way to increase the volume on the JVC HR-XVC25U (the TV volume is first rate)? I assume that cleaning the tape heads will only effect tapes and not CDs, so I thus assume the problem is not a dirty machine.

Many thanks

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  • scsmith39 Jan 31, 2009

    Bingo! It worked---you have enough familiarity to do the trick.



    Thanks, SC Smith

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Smith,

good day, not so familiar with this model but try this.

1) try to check in your DVD remote controller if it does have a + and - buttons indicating volume , if does have this features press + button to increase the sound output

2) if remote commander doesn't have this features try accessing the " SETUP" menu. most probably there would be a button in your dvd remote indicating this button "SETUP"

3)once you've access the setup menu, there would be a dialogue box indicating ( Video setup, Audio Setup, display setup, parental lock) insome cases it will show you a display picture of all this menu

navigate the dialogue box and look for "audio setup" once you've access this part there would be options and controls where you can change the volume/audio settings .


cheers,
mark

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

  • Mark Frederick Pavia
    Mark Frederick Pavia Jan 31, 2009

    Smith,

    I'm happy to read from you that your player is working good now.

    cheers,
    mark


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