TV is set to external speaker and TV volume is turned to O. Sound bar is on and turned to modest volume. Within 10 minutes, and periodically thereafter, volume will increase to very loud level. Turn it down with remote, but cycle repeats itself. It occurs during TV show, not just if loud commercial comes on, and also occurs while watching DVD movies and streamed movies. Using optical cable on soundbar and Samsung Smart TV. We live in condo and have downstairs neighbors to not disturb.
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The source is your issue. The amplifier or TV itself. Try another TV plugged into the amp or some other sound source like a iPod, etc, to test if TV or amp. This is your next step and should show you the proble!m.
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If you're missing Skype calls because you can't hear the ringtone, it's time to crank up the volume. There are three different ways to increase the ringtone: within the Skype client, within your operating system's volume settings and by adjusting your physical speakers or headset. You might find it necessary to adjust all three settings to get the proper volume. You also must set your Skype status to "Available," because a "Busy" status disables the ring from incoming calls.
Launch Skype. Open the "Help" menu. Select "Options." Select "Audio Settings" from the left sidebar of the Options window. Find the "Speakers" listing. Uncheck the "Automatically Adjust Speaker Settings" box. Slide the blue volume slider to the right to increase the volume. Press the green play button to test the volume. Skype plays a default ringtone to test the sound. Adjust your computer's sound settings. Windows users, click the speaker icon in the taskbar located at the bottom right of your screen. Move the slider up to increase the volume. Mac users, open the "Apple" menu. Select "System Preferences" and click "Sound." Drag the slider to the right to increase the volume. Turn up the volume on your speakers or headset. Desktop speakers can be adjusted by turning the knob on the front of the main speaker. Headsets sometimes have a small button that can be pressed up and down to adjust the volume, depending on the model.
I'm not sure what options are available in your audio menu, but here are some things to check before having a repairman check:
Click on menu screen, then select audio menu.
If there is choice of external or internal speakers, select internal.
If there is a noise cancelling option, deselect this.
If you are using remote to increase volume, try the manual volume button on tv.
Does the volume bar at the bottom of the tv increase as you adjust volume ?
Hope this helps
some sets will have an option to turn off the speakers (different from mute); this is used when you want your tv to output to a sound system with external speakers. check your menu settings for something which disables tv speakers--that is probably your issue.
1. Yes, check to see if you have the volume up for the wave file turned up that is on the program you are using to listen to the Mp3 or sound wave with. 2. check the speaker connector/ Use another speaker that is know to be good and test. Use a set of earphone in the output jack also to test the output. If these things are doing the same then you have failing sound card and it needs replacement.
Go into your Audio menu on the TV and make sure the TV speaker are set to “ON”.
If the external speakers work when connected to the TV and the TV’s internal speakers don’t work when you remove the external speaker’s plug from the TV, then you will need to replace the main board.
The main board has all the function for the audio for the internal speakers. This was a known issue for some of the LG TV’s. So if you call LG about this issue, LG may fix it under a warranty.
First of all, if you have volume controls on the keypad, please make sure you turn the volume up from that location.
Next, locate the Speaker icon next to the time in the lower right corner of the screen. Double or single Click on that and make sure the volume slide bar is all the way to the top. If you right click, you may be able to select volume mixer or something similar, there you will find multiple volume settings, turn all up.
Finally, if you are having this problem when using a media player (Windows Media Player, VLC, Quicktime, etc), there will be a separate volume control within the player itself. They are usually a slide bar underneath the video or graphics display. Turn this up also.
Please note that Laptop speakers are notoriously of poorer quality and lack the wattage of desktop speakers. In turn, it may not be a problem with your laptop. You may need to look into purchasing an inexpensive set of external speakers.
In an increasingly hands-free world, the external speaker feature of cell phones has increased the usability of cell phones in the car, public transportation and at work. The volume controls on the external speaker controls can be somewhat difficult to find and manipulate.
sure the speaker setting is actually on. If the speaker is turned to
off, the volume you hear will be coming from the earpiece and will be
very low indeed. Sometimes there is a button on a cellphone which you
can simply press and hold to activate the speaker function. You will
notice a difference immediately.
to see if you have external volume controls. On some models, there is a
button or two buttons that adjust the volume of both the handset and
the speaker volume. If you have these buttons, use them to adjust these
controls while on calls. Remember that adjusting the speaker volume
will subsequently adjust the handset volume once you've turned off the
the sound controls in your phone. If your phone does not have external
speaker control, it can be accessed by adjusting the controls saved on
your phone. Also, the main settings can be controlled even if you do
have external controls. Phones are different, but in your menu of
options, choose sound and sound controls. This should give you options
for ring volume, alarm volume and handset volume.
volume controls for all settings. If you wish yo have multiple settings
for each function---alarm, calls and speaker---you should be able to
adjust these accordingly. Search through the control options until
you've found speaker controls. Choose the setting you desire and save
Using the main volume as a foundation, use the external controls (if applicable) to adjust the levels.
when the speaker phone is on, try pushing the up arrow, unless you have the button on the side, But I think it is the up arrow while talking. Also go into regular menu settings, go to sound settings, speaker volume and headset volumes should both be turned all the way up.
You may have already reached the limits if you have adjusted the settings through Control Panel (?). Are these external speakers you are listening through or is it the internal speaker? In Control Panel (reached from the Start button, bottom left), choose Sounds and Audio Devices. The Volume tab is the first one. Make sure the Device volume slider bar is all the way to the right. Next,choose Advanced and make sure all those slider bars are up to the top with no Mute boxes checked. Finally, at the bottom choose Speaker Volume and make sure those slider bars are all the way to High. If none of these help and you're using external speakers, it is time to buy a new set. If you only have an internal speaker you're listening with, keep in mind that they aren't powerful enough to give you the kind of volume needed to listen to some things on the web. Let me know if you have any further questions. Please rate my answer.