Pls help fix my tv, What happened was i was watching a movie and i want to increase the volume and i mistakenly pressed the menu botton and the menu came on as if i want to change the contrast, i waited some second for it to go off and i was impatient i had to press a button and since the the tv sreen went blank not showing anything no the volume working. But the lightis on showing that there is power supply to the tv.
Pls kindly help me out.
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You can try resetting the TV. In some other brands/models, hard reset is done by unplugging the TV from the mains for a couple of hours.
Preferably check your owner's manual for more specific instructions.
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If you get your tv through some kind of set-top-box (if you have cable or satellite tv for instance) the STB (set-top-box) may have it's own volume control that is set to a low level. You will have to look through "settings" on your STB.
Hi, Mary with Dish Network Customer Service. I had this issue with my TV as well. You will need to turn the TV volume up and the cable volume down. The opposite way from how you have it now. This should resolve your issue.
Are the movies you're watching store purchased DVDs? Sometimes with downloaded movies, the audio and video are just out of sync.
If they're store bought, it's possible that you've got a delay set in your receiver. Consult your receiver's operating manual to see if there's a "delay" option.
It's also possible that you're hearing that delay in the TV speakers.
If you've got the audio coming through the receiver AND the tv, you'll hear a slight delay when the audio's traveling from the DVD player to the television itself. This could happen "sometimes", if the tv volume is on, and not happen when the tv volume is off.
Yes, the dynamic range on DVD's is enough to cause the high and low passages to be somewhat annoying but, sounds more like a movie theater. This kind of dynamic range showed up first on Beta HiFi and VHS HiFi VCR's because of thier range as well. If there is a feature in your audio menus on your TV such as "audio expansion, SRS, Wide mode, etc." turn it off and let the audio be processed without expansion of any kind as that will amplify your dynamic range alot more.
The lock up issue could be something Philips is aware about and if under warranty contact them. Otherwise not much you can do except manke sure the voltage going to the TV is failry stable between 110 volts and 120 volts. Sometimes dramatic drops and or increases can cause lock up or confusion to the microprocessor in the TV.