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Check whether the volume to media level setting. If it is let to extreme low, there will be no audio output, although the system start-up sound can be heard through the headphone.
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Marshall Mg30DFX guitar amp volume level cuts in and out! Anyone know how to fix this or what the problem is?


I have just fixed one of the amplifiers with this fault. It was a poor solder joint on the headphone socket. The ground of the speaker is switched through the headphone socket, so if there isn't a good connection, the speaker volume drops, but the headphone output is still OK.

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I have also experienced differing volumes when using different brands of headphones (I have worked as a sound engineer part time in the past.) It's usually due to a difference in impedance between the different speakers using in the headphones (sometimes the impedance will be indicated on the headphones like 16 ohms.) If the two different kinds of headphones have differing impedances, the apparent volumes at the same level settings will be different

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You would need to replace the headphone socket then and if I am correct it should be mounted to a plug in board. I first need the model number of your Samsung to look up the part number. The model will be on a sticker on the side and will be something like HTP50***/XAA or something like that.

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If you are getting sound through your speakers then the sound system is working. If you lose the sound when using the headphone jack then either the headphone jack is faulty or your headphones are...

Although, rarely, you may find that opening the alsamixer from the terminal will fix the problem as some versions of Ubuntu have a special volume control for the headphone jack....

You will need to open the mixer as the Administrator
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I'm assuming that you don't have any volume left to raise the level. The fact is, that cable (and satellite) companies are sloppy is setting individual channels close to each other in volume since this is a universal problem although it has long been the practice of ALL of the channels carrying commercials intentionally set the audio levels higher on those than they set for the program material.
My hearing is also shot so I sympathize with your husband's plight.
There are several different brands of wireless headphones available for ~$30-$60 US that have a transmitter (normally infrared) and headphones with a receiver built into them. These will not work through walls but the more costly units use radio frequencies to transmit the signals and these will work through walls.
I suggest you look for reviews by model number on any set that interests you before buying; they aren't all equal. You can see some of them at this eBay link:
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User problem!! The main TV volume and the headphone volume work independently so you can have the TV volume set at zero and use the headphone volume. However I suggest getting a pair of headphones with it's own volume control.

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