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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: thin vertical red line
This maybe the symptom of a bad Panel. One Vertically This line is 99% bad panel. Call your warranty provider or SONY tech support if purchased under 2 years.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
"Line" level audio output is available at the audio output phono jacks at the top of the rear panel, but not speaker-level output. So, you'll need an amplifier to use in conjunction with your external speakers. (An alternative would be "powered" or "amplified" speakers that have their own amplifier, but often are less satisfactory acoustically). You don't necessarily need to get a full-fledged "receiver" with multiple in's & out's... I simply used an inexpensive stereo amplifier.
Connect the "Audio L - R" jacks on the rear of the set to the "line" or "aux" inputs on your chosen amplifier and speakers. If you go into the set's Menu - Option - Output Select and set it to "Variable", the internal speakers will be disabled, and you can control the volume (and muting) of the audio sent to the amplifier, and still have "armchair" control of the volume as before... but now with better stereo!
Posted on May 22, 2009
You can check if it is the remote itself by using a digital camera or cell phone camera. Point the remote control towards the lens of the camera like you are taking a picture of what is being transmitted. Start pressing buttons on the remote, if you see a blinking light on the LCD screen of the camera, then the remote is transmitting correctly. If not, replace the batteries in the remote. If this does not fix it, you need a new remote.
If the Remote is transmitting properly, then it is either the IR sensor inside the TV or the main board. There is no easy way to check this without taking the TV apart. This can only be checked by the verifying the voltages along the line, you would need a technician to work on it unless if you have a voltmeter, the service manual and an basic understanding of how circuits work.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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