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Low Volume on Toshiba 19 lcd

Is it possible to increase the sound volume on my set above the maximum of the 50 shown.either by using a plug in speaker or something else.I note that there is an extension speaker socket at the rear of the set.Lofty C3

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Sorry I dont have a manual but it is available at http://www.servicemanuals.net If you put your ear close to the speaker, with the volume turned up, do you hear any hiss or buzzing? If you dont it could be a bad speaker,headphone jack(if there is one), or the audio output IC or ascoiatated componets. If there is a hiss, then theres a problem with the audio processor or switching IC. If your not a tech, you should not be experimenenting around inside this TV set!

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