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It doesn't matter how we watch a movie eg by cable, usb the background noise is ALWAYs too loud. Many times we have to sit there and constantly change the sound because the background is too loud or we cant hear what is being said! Frustrating!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DS24205 TV INPUT PROBLEM
You can buy an rf modulator ( very cheap) and connect your dvd player, game console etc) to the modulator then connect the modulator to your antenna with a coax cable. This worked for me. It placed the connection to channel 4 and other cable channels are still working,
You can buy the RF Modulator from: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180299245670
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
GO again into the customer menu and look for something that says Hall, Surround etc--I have seen this before--usually it is a setting that creates a problem where the background sounds are so loud you cannot hear the people talking......go thru every section of the menu--I be you will find this is your problem.
Let me know what you find--I am here to help people. I do not think you have a circuit problem--only some thing in the menu has been set to the wrong place.
If this has helped you, rate this solution as I do this here for FREE.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
Is this a new problem or always like this? <<<<<<<<
What is your speaker complement? The center usually carries the dialog.
Are the receiver and its speaker systems set up per the manual? Make it so.
How is the TV-related (Cable) audio entering your receiver? It SHOULD be from the cable box, digitally if available, NOT the TV. You don't need a Low-Fi middleman handling your audio.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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SOURCE: my vizio tv is practically
I had this problem with my previous TV (Syntax by Olevia, an off brand). It only happened to me on certain channels, and for certain shows. What is happening is the TV station is broadcasting the audio in Dolby 5.1 format. For some stupid reason, the TV is playing the background speakers (effects) instead of the speaking parts. You get a little bleed-over of the voices into the back speakers, so voices are there but really quiet. Unfortunately my TV didn't have any surround sound options to fix this.
See if your TV has a surround sound option. Otherwise, you will need to connect the TV sound output to a surround sound system that can properly decode the audio channels.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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