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LC-52D43U Volume Problem

About two days after I bought my LC-52D43U I noticed that the volume isn't as loud as it originally was. When I max it out now, it sounds as if it were at half volume. Any Ideas?

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  • parkhillde Mar 03, 2008

    I just cranked up the cable box to it's max. It definitely helped, but it was still low. I reset the tv to the original factory settings, tried again, but still no go. From volume level 30 to 60(max) you don't notice any difference. I was thinking that there might be an attenuator option on my cable box that I didn't know about, but couldn't find one. Cable box is a Scientific Atlantic Explorer 4250C.

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If connected to a cable box is that vol up .
and is the vol up on the tv at the same time, 2 remotes 2 volumes
the other is that you may have changed the settings in the menu for surround / 3d or such and each effects max sound .

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Mar 03, 2008

    then only thing I can think is some dolby setting.
    if you press the setting button twice ...left of blue arrow button and it should take you into a menu for multiple setting look for audio and change it as it has 3 settings for stereo enhancement.

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