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Audio problems I just moved into a new house, and ever since I moved my tv the volume has been messed up. It only puts out sound between the range of 33 and 39 and even then it sounds like the teacher from charlie brown.

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Check the Red+Yellow+White cables, make sure they're all in the correct place. Also with your remote control, go to the menu, just play with it a little till you reach the sound menu, put bass a little higher... etc!

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