Question about Sansui Televison & Video
Hi I have problem in my LCD TV Sansui model 4207 DS when volume gos up the voice is disappear Thanks in advance for your help doron.
Return the tv setting to default and if it continue let a technician repair it
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Humming noice
I have seen similar problems (features?) with Syntax LCD TVs. One thing to try is to make sure that the backlight brightness is set to its highest setting. On my Syntax, when this is set to a darker setting, it produces annoying hum through the speakers. Mine also is smart about turning *off* the audio amplifier when set to zero (or mute), which sounds like the behavior you are describing.
Posted on Apr 17, 2007
SOURCE: PIP ON SANSUI LCD TV
Lets start at connections. What is your cable source? Do you have a converter or cable box connected to your TV?
YES : You must have two connections, so you will need to run a second coax cable from the wall. This can be a $10 fix and a 15 min hook up. (Ask if needed). You will also have to be using your TV through caox inputs (TV Source on TV)
NO: You will need a second line ran and hooked up to your TV input. (Ask If need specific hookup on model)
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
I lived with it for about six weeks, then took the back off the TV. Just now it seems to be fixed, but I don't know if it will last.
I disconnected the wire leading to the channel up/down, volume up/down and source board, turned on the tv, turned it back off, reconnected the cable, and everything seems fine now.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
you might have to talk to comcast about that most signals are low for reasons of conservation of bandwidth, they may also be sending 5.1 which tends to be lower volume and adds surround in.
mono is always loud, and that is what you get with 75 ohm coaxial cable (single screw in ).
hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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