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Model f32645: i am using menu button on the tv, to reprogram my audio outputs. i need to know by using those buttons, can i change my audio output from off to on by using the buttons on tv?

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If you are talking about the audio buttons, meaning muting your sound, or toggling sound from one device to the other. If you have the same buttons on your tv as you do on your tv's audio on the remote.

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Display the menu screen.
• Press [MENU].
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Select "ENG/ESP/FRA".
• Using [CH up / CH down] buttons, select "[ENG]/ESP/FRA".

Every time you press [VOL up / VOL down] buttons, the language
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If you are trying to change the AUDIO of the TV, simply press the [AUDIO] button on the remote. This will advance the selection between MAIN, SAP and MONO. MAIN is the native language of the program (often in stereo), SAP is "secondary audio program" - which is usually a second language, but may be an audio source not related to the picture at all. MONO is monophonic, or a single sound source that is the result of combining the LEFT and RIGHT stereo channels to one output or speaker. This selection is often a downgraded version of the stereo output provided by the MAIN audio selection - but may be useful under certain conditions.

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The Long Way
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Now just plug the PS3 into the other old TV with the Component cables, and turn it on. You should have picture and sound now.

The Short Way
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Please leave a comment or rating letting me know if this solved your problem, constructive feedback is always welcome. Good luck with your console and good luck with your games.

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ok. This is a really easy one.
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