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Speakers playing low

My speakers and subwofer are playing at a very low volume, even a maximum volume. When in enter audio setup page, the speaker volume option is locked out. please help

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  • klkeller Sep 29, 2008

    I looked at the setup and the night mode was already off.

    Anything else that could help

  • oddballkelly Oct 10, 2008

    I have the same problem.. I suspect it may be software related. I have tried the reset to default from th Setup menu, but it doesn't reset everything, as my radio stations are still there. Does anyone know the code to reset it to the as-delivered condition?

  • Flaca09 Mar 22, 2009

    The volume is very low even when we turn it up to max volume....

  • Flaca09 Mar 22, 2009

    The volume on our Phillips home theater system is very low even when we turn it up to max volume...

  • mjh37 Apr 07, 2009

    My speakers and subwoofer are playing at a very low volume as well, even at maximum volume. Any help would be appreciated in fixing this. Thx.



    Please send me an e-mail: mjhoner@cox.net

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Its becuz the heat sink in the inside is getting way 2 hot so volume slowly turns down even on max so what i did waz open it up an put a new fan on the heat sink an it work i have no problems now

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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Open the disc tray and press setup and the speaker volume option will activate and also turn off the night mode for louder sound

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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