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Poor Sound Any solution to my TV's sound output. The on/off chime works fine; however, the speaker volume is soo low that you have to put your ears near the speakers. This is with the volume set at low up to high. Even with the headphones plugged in, the sound through the phones does the same. Tried to fool with all the audio settings with no success.

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Audio amplifier IC faulty that why you get very low volume. Else check audio driving circuit to the audio power amplifier. Contact service centre. as there is no rectification process from user part

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There is no sound you means? If so what about the picture? If picture is ok and there is no sound either the speaker of your tv or audio output Ic inside your TVs circuit board is faulty.
To check it, place your ear very close to the speaker side of your tv and turn it on. if a "thumb" sound or a "hum" sound is heard from your TVs speaker, the output Ic is faulty. If there is no sound at all, speaker is faulty. If you have any home theater system; and your TV has audio out RCA sockets at the rear or front side of it, connect it to audio system, and swich on both and find if there is sound output or not. If yes you can assure your TVs sound filtering system is ok, and the fault is somewhere between speaker and audio output Ic. Ok.

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Two possible causes.1) Vol Settings changed in windows2) Bad hardware
1) Check your system's sound settings:

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2) If this does not work, then test your speakers by connecting it to some other system and vice versa.
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