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Sound on my TV

On my RCA T.V. the people sounds like they are speaking in a tunnel and the voices are crackly and alot of static. Some channels have no sound at all. My other T.V. does not do this.

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Re: sound on my TV

Check the audio settings one your menu and make sure the TV is in STEREO mode and not in SAP mode (second audio program) Some stations will broadcast Spanish,some the same or distorted audio,and some with no audio at all..

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