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Can you tell me the normal sound settings i.e equalizer, bass, treble, balance, volume

I changed the settings and i want to bring it back to factory settings

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Usually there will be a "Reset to default settings" option.
Try it and see. All settings that you changed will be reverted back to original settings using this option.

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Settings of bass, treble and equalizer is a matter of personal choice. You can set them to your liking. Alternatively you can choose the sound mode ( like music, movie and theater ) of your choice. The balance setting off course must be in the middle or zero position so that both the speakers give equal amount of sound. In equalizer the extreme left column represents the low frequency sounds like the sound of drums. As you move rightwards the sounds go on becoming finer and finer and the extreme left column represents the fine sounds of the instruments like violin and sitar. Somewhere in the middle is there is human voice also. Play some music, try varying each column and see the effect. Good luck.

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the reason this happens is because bass naturally overpowers treble, and if it is too loud, the treble and mids will be significantly quieter, headphones are a menace for this, so all you have to do is tweak the sound a little (using an equaliser) to find that perfect balance between the different elements of sound.:-) :-)

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I thinks that you want to tune your TVs sound parameters, and answers. As you know, when the TV is switched on it will display picture as well as sound, according to the volume level setting. If you want the qulality of sound much more better, by pressing Menu button and higlight the opton 'Sound'. As you select, there will be a 'tick' mark appears, indicating that sound option is selected. On to the right side, there will be Bass, Treble,and balance control displays. Use "Cursor Up" button to go box 'Bass", and increse or decrese Bass lavel as you likes. If you wants to adjust treble, use "Curser Right" button and do as previous to your taste. Come to the "Balance" option by using "Cursor Up or Dn' keys and set it to mid position. There will be indication for its mid position, and it should be in that position, so that you can hear sound from both speakers equally.
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Hello 1rocknroller,

Press the mode button repeatedly to select BASS, TREBLE, SUBW, BALANCE, FADER, DEFEAT, AND VOLUME. When subwoofer mode is set to off, it's level cannot be adjusted. If DEFEAT is set to ON, the player returns to factory defaults. Turn the volume control to adjust the setting. If no adjustment is made within 5 seconds after selecting, the player returns to normal mode.

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