Question about Sony KLV-S19A10 19 in. HDTV-Ready LCD Television
Have a Sony 19" LCD HDTV (KLV-S19A10) with analog tuner. The rf input for VHF/UHF yields a decent picture but the audio is distorting, crackling and yields a low volume output. There's a reason I'm using this input which I will not bore you with.
I have troubleshot with other cables and TVs.
On my old Sony crts, there is an internal service menu of additional settings that you access via the remote control.
Does anyone know if the same exists for this model?
If "yes", can you list the steps needed to access these settings?
If "no", do you think adding a 3, 6 or 10 db attenuator may correct the audio problem?
Or lastly, do you think that is this an internal problem on the circuit board?
Please try the steps provided below and check if that helps.
Press the WEGA GATE on the Remote Control.
Then, select the SETTINGS option in the Menu.
Then, select the AUDIO Settings.
Then, set the STEADY SOUND option under the Audio Settings to AUTO.
Also try changing the MTS Setttings under the Audio Settings.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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