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Poor sound quality

My sony 39 inch plasma flat sceen is more then 18 months old and the sound quality has always been poor. The volumn must be raised over 60% before it becomes clearly audiable. Numerious people young and old agree the sound is poor. Do you have an answer to tohis problem?

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This is just a guess but the dolby sound on my system is bad however when I switch to regular "stereo" sound it improves. See if your audio set up has a choice of sound and try them all.

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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