Question about Akai LCT3285TA 32 in. LCD Television
The volume on the akai fluctuates up and down during operation. We will be watching TV and MONO STEREO will flash in the upper left hand corner and the volume goes down. MONO flashes and the volumne goes up. Also, the volumne almost always goes up when a commercial comes on.
Often a signal might experience a super-quick "drop" in signal strength, and the display is automatically adjusting the now weaker audio signal to "mono" (temporary, as for best quality). But the dropout is usually so brief you will then see the "stronger" signal restored [full strength], and now the audio is "stereo".
It's like a "bump" or "disturbance" that occasionally affects the cable/satellite/OTA (antennae) signal being fed into the TV, and your display's attempts to compensate for the weaker signal [going to mono, then back to stereo once back to full strength].
Connecting it to your cable directly (bypassing the box) or an antenna would give you a true over-the-air signal, which would be proper MTS and would not give you any more pop ups.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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