Question about Televison & Video
The easiest way to determine that,is to slowly turn up the volume until you hear the speakers begin to distort,whatever setting they distort at,should be the highest under any circumstance that you turn it up for,otherwise you could overheat the output IC's or the preamp IC
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
I would say between 75 & 80. Or better yet, Just as it starts to sound distorted, then turn it down just a bit until it sounds good again. Clear i mean. Also if you want more volume out of that or you need it louder for whatever reason, you can hookup the output of the television to an Audio Receiver and turn it up extremely loud. Rock and roll. Good luck. Guru Jay
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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