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Panasonic TXL37G10B --Poor sound despite trying all sound adjustments. Sound appears to "echo" as if the broadcasters have a bucket over their head. Any ideas or are all modern "flat screen" TV`s l the same ?? Couldn`t listen to sound in the shop and the picture was better on the shop aerial than on my aerial ! Kind Regards , Guy.

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I`ve gone back to my old CRT telly & "freeview" box.
The retailers [ Appollo ] didn`t have an engineer and they expected me to take the TV back to their shop in order that they could then send it away to a repair shop, some 20 miles away, for appraisal !!
Too much hassle and potential for risk of damage,etc.

Problem solved for now,
Regards, Guy.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

  • T Rick May 20, 2014

    New TVs sacrifice sound quality because the enclosures are so thin. That's the reason sound bars are so popular. You could've purchased even a moderately priced one and improved your sound quality.

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