Question about Electronics - Others
I'm just guessing here:
Chances are there are two or more units delivering sound. It's possible they're delivering sound from the same source, but at different levels. Say TV speakers and extra speakers. One set of speakers are turned off when you press mute, the other is not. If you, after you press mute, try to locate where the sound is coming from, compared to after you unmute, you will see if my hunch is correct.
Do you have two remotes, or just one? See if there's a volume control on a sound system receiver, and if turning that down makes a difference.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
I have read what you have tried so far and there seems to be one thing that could do that..Have you noticed any change in the wires?Is there any speaker connected to the tv or dvd player directly which cause no effect when you lower volume in the home ent. system? Another thing which sometimes happen in connections is when the jack is hanging out or not fitted properly there may be a close connection which is allow electricity to the let's say in built tv speakers?Let me know if that helps.Also check all wiring properly from and to home enter. system.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
ONE: First thing to do is a hard reset. Merely unplug the power cord for 4 hours, then power up again.The purposed of unplugging is to dissepitate the stored current in the memory IC,so the program setting will gone.
TWO: If the reset does not help, try disconnecting anything on input 2. For example, if you have a dvd player and a TV connected to that input, the reciever the home entertainment system may be sensing its presence and switch over to it. (Especially, if the device is left ON.)
THREE: It is possible the controller IC is defective,it is controlling the volume up and down and is wandering around (electronically speaking). In this case, the set would need to be seen by a tech who can get inside and test the circuitry that controls the function switching. Lugging a big set like this into a shop is not easy, but is will save you lots of money compared to having them come to your home.
Let me know if you need more....
Hope this may help;
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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