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Audio distortion Sound is distorted by explosive changes in loudness. No problem when audio is sent through independent audio system (electronics + speakers).

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If the audio goes up and down by itself, I would say that the audio amplifier IC is defective.
The reason that the audio works fine when you use your audio system is because you are not getting the audio through the amplifier IC but you get the audio from the audio outputs.
If you are handy with electronics and hand soldering, this is something you might be able to do. If not I would suggest to take the TV to a repair person, if your TV is less than one year old, the set still under manufacturers warranty.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

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Hi,

What do you mean by explosive change in loudness? The volume goes up and down by itself?

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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