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Problems with TV volume intermittent dropout

I am having problems with my tv audio, but not when signal runs through stereo receiver. HDMI cable is connected to satellite.

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  • GPahren May 06, 2008

    I think I may be having the same problem, though my TV is the 50PX80U. Occasionally I hear a little vibration through the tv audio, but I do not hear it when the sound is played through the stereo receiver. It's intermittent which makes me think that it might be an issue with the cable or the broadcast, but if that were the case I'd hear it through the receiver, too, wouldn't I?



    Any help on this sure would be appreciated.

  • ajschlenker Aug 19, 2008

    I am having the same garbling of the audio signal from the tv's speakers. I have done some troubleshooting and have noticed it is during a certain frequency range only. Most noticeable with men talking in the mid ranges and women with deeper voices, you can really hear their words waiver or garble.

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I fixed my problem by turning off the Bass Boost on the TV. Not sure if there is a problem with Bass Boost itself, but it sounds much better now.

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