Question about Televison & Video
You might want to go into the audio setup or tuning setup for the tv and make sure it's on ummm, stereo, I think, but definitely make sure it's not on SAP (see if you can find SAP somewhere in the audio/tuning setup and change it). SAP stands for Secondary Audio Program.... most stations don't use this feature, but some will put out an alternate audio signal on this for whatever reason (like another language). Hope this helps!
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