Question about Sony Grand WEGA KDF55E2000 55" Projection HDTV

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SOund Problem I can be watching a show for some time and then the Audio completely goes. I will switch to a different channel and the audio may or may not work. This has never happened with my high definition channel but is frequently happening with the other channels. I read the manual and all the setting seem to be set up correctly.

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Doesn't sound like your TV... that sounds like your set-top box cutting in and out.

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I have a constant ringing sound coming from the tv. It goes up and down as I increase or lower the volume by remote. As I change the audio option to "Spanish", regular "English" audio comes out on c

The fact it shows on tuner and not DVD means not likely a audio problem--check all audio settings in the set's menu AND if you are using a box for signal look there--has to be a setting.

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Volume levels vary for no apparent reason. From normal to quiet and back at what seems to be random time intervals. No jiggling of any wires makes a difference. The speakers are old and I'm wondering if...

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I have a sony trintitron model kv20fs12 that i just bought used.A few of the channels have audio only during commercials. When the show comes on it has no sound. One channel has background noise such as...

Check your TV's audio settings and make sure it's not set for SAP (second audio program). You'll probably find it's turned on. On many channels or programs you won't notice anything since the broadcast doesn't include a SAP signal. But if the signal's there, the set switches to that sound channel and you have the trouble you describe.

The problem you might run into is that you often need the original remote to control the audio settings. I don't remember for sure if your Sony model has front-panel menu control. I believe that series does, though. (The remotes included with most TV sets usually have a single button to control SAP, which is often how the settings get changed in the first place. Someone hits the button and doesn't know it.)

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Check your tv's audio settings. If there is an "SAP" button on your remote try hitting that. It stands for secondary audio program. Most manufacturers put it near the corners of the remote leaving it prone to getting hit without knowing. Most shows are broadcast with a spanish version of the audio. Hitting that button should allow you to hear it, but some tv networks do not broadcast the SAP audio making it seem like there is no audio. It usually affects more than one channel, and commercials do not broadcast SAP either.

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make sure your S.A.P feature is turned off. S.A.P. stands for separate audio program.

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No sound on four channels while all other channels sound is fine.

You most likely have the SAP1.gif mode activated. Look for a button on your remote or an item in the on-screen menus of your television1.gif called MTS or SAP. You want to set this to "Main" "Normal" or "Stereo" (or even "Mono") mode to hear the regular television sound.

If it is in SAP (Secondary Audio Program) mode, as I believe yours is, you may hear no sound or a different audio program. Often this is a translation to another language, such as Spanish, and other times (notably with PBS stations) it is an unrelated audio (often music) feed. On some stations there may be no sound at all with the audio mode set to SAP.

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