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Some tv channels have a narrator telling me what is happening when I can see it - its for visually impaired Secondary Audio program - how to turn off??

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Not captions?sap? should be in the menu

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Ensure that your AUDIO MODE is not set to SAP.

Check the AUDIO MENU and confirm that it is either MONO or STEREO.

SAP is the Secondary Audio Program (decriptive video for visually impaired) and will not always have sound on every channel.

Also ensure that your SPEAKER SETTING in the AUDIO OPTIONS MENU is NOT set to OFF.

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Please comment back here to this page if you have any questions or just require further general assistance and I will respond as soon as I see it.

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You may have turned on a second audio channel intended for the visually impaired. Do you have your original remote? Try pressing the Channel 1/2 button next the the closed caption button. Alternatively, try the Audio Select button.

Final thing to try is in the Menu looking for a SAP (second audio program) item (probably in the Audio section).

Some of the manuals are still available from http://www.sansuiproducts.com/accessories.html but I'm not sure about this TV's manual.

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