I recently had to reset my LCD 32 inch HDTV (with a service technician present) & now the volume isn't working properly. What was an adeqaute volume levek of say 25 now needs to be set @ 35 or 40. I have adjusted all the other seetings i.e auto volume etc but it seems I just can't get the volume back to where is was. Maybe one of the speakers isn't working?? Help please!!
That is not your speaker problem that is internal problem with HDTV software.. if speakers are not working then there is no outcome of sound but you said that sound @ 25 , please contact your dealer or shop owner where you purchased..
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Sounds like main digital signal processor board is faulty. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Use the MUTE button on the remote to mute your TV speakers and then you can still use our headphones. You can continue to adjust volume with the remote and it will only affect your headphones. You may need to do this each time you turn on the TV and use headphones, but that is a small annoyance.
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"Line" level audio output is available at the audio output phono jacks at the top of the rear panel, but not speaker-level output. So, you'll need an amplifier to use in conjunction with your external speakers. (An alternative would be "powered" or "amplified" speakers that have their own amplifier, but often are less satisfactory acoustically). You don't necessarily need to get a full-fledged "receiver" with multiple in's & out's... I simply used an inexpensive stereo amplifier.
Connect the "Audio L - R" jacks on the rear of the set to the "line" or "aux" inputs on your chosen amplifier and speakers. If you go into the set's Menu - Option - Output Select and set it to "Variable", the internal speakers will be disabled, and you can control the volume (and muting) of the audio sent to the amplifier, and still have "armchair" control of the volume as before... but now with better stereo!