Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32GD4U 32 in. LCD HDTV
I have the same problem. When I adjusted the volume on the cable box, it was solved. Turn up the volume on the cable box, and when you use your remote, it's super loud, even at midway!
Posted on May 20, 2008
Very loud it never gonna be. It's a tv with very small speakers, but I have a lot of customers who complain about that and I checked first the signal source. Sometimes the sattelite receiver or cable box give a sound not so good. The best way to check it is to plug something (an antenna or just a 2 inch wire) in the coaxial plug to see if on the tuner is the same sound. I bet is gonna be stronger.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
This is for Draude,
Hey, Spicy comments buddy !
Didn't mean to offend you, but it's obvious there are folks out there upset with volume issues on the 42in Sharp Aquos.
I found a Review posted on another site:
"The sound on the Sharp was abysmal (tinny sound, max volume level far too low). Honestly, this $1200 TV sounded like a $5 AM radio."
Another review on a site reads:
"Sharp said it was a cable card problem. The volume problem persisted until it completely went out. Apparently there is a heat sensor problem and the television will overheat and cause damage to the volume control. They specifically call it a "heat sink problem". It is not a cable card problem"
Then I found a comment posted on this site:
"Max volume on Sharp Aquos is EAR SPLITTING"
Ear Splitting sound means REALLY LOUD!
Is it possible to get ear splitting volume without box resonance?
When we pay alot of money for a TV...it's reasonable to expect a decent sound to accompany it. The 42in Sharp has 2 x 15 watt speakers inside.
Small speakers can have fantastic sound, so Size has nothing to do with Quality.
I agree with you....it's the way it was designed...and that is the Problem.....it's a Design Flaw and Sharp needs to correct it.
Either the speakers should be better quality, or correct the "heat sensors" so the volume is not damaged.
I read alot of your solutions to other problems....and you have been helpful to many folks.
Have a great day!
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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