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We bought a tv for a gift, but the sound is hollow. The sound works, but is very tinny in quality. Is there a setting that will help with this?

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, make sure you have a HDMI cord and read the book that came with your TV sometimes you have to change the settings to PCM, it's very important to have the HD cord that controls picture quality and sound

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