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I got a samsung lcd 32" tv,there is a loud noise coming from the back,not from the speakers,if i put the volume up you can,t hear the noise

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It sounds like your switch mode power supply panel might be at fault.

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If it's a new TV, then it might just be as high as it goes. A lot of HDTVs don't come with great speakers due to the small flat feature of the TV not allowing anything better.

You will have to get external speakers for the TV to experience better sound.
Here is a great sound bar that is well priced. http://www.amazon.com/Vizio-VSB205-32-Inch-Theater-Soundbar/dp/B004VGI2EK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1359416740&sr=8-2&keywords=32+inch+sound+bar

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I have a 42 inch Hitachi plasma tv that is making a very loud static noice coming from the internal speakers. It stays at a contstant very loud volume unless I completly mute the tv or turn the volum


Based on what you have tried if a buzz or loud static via the speakers you have something wrong in the audio output circuit of the set--problem here is that circuit may be part of the Main board that processes all signal---a look inside---following the speaker leads back would lead you to that board.

A simple thing to do to narrow it a little (you may have done this) is with sound all the way off put your ear to the internal speaker--hear anything at all like a deep hum?

Depending on age of set and cost of the board likely bad it may or may not be a do it yourself repair.

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kindly check the terminal connections of each speaker, probably loose or grounded connections, if not, better to check the audio circuit on its PCB board by a technician.

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Sound at 50-70 is not that loud. we have another model same size and samsung that is extremely loud at 25.. i dont understand


Speakers sometimes become damaged when going at high levels from low levels and just switching like that..... This may be the cause for it to be kind of low.... Best not to turn it all the way up or it might just blow the speaker fully..... You may have a a volume limit set on it.... Check that, it might be not allowing your speakers to play any louder.... Otherwise, it is best not to have your speakers blaring, just have them kind of low, and your ears will adjust.... People lose hearing when they have their TV's turned all the way up and all loud... Plus it just kind of disrupts the peace of a home :) Good Luck :D

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It sound like you may have sound processor problem which is part of the main board, I would also look at the 12vdc from power supply to make sure it is clean DC.
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I have seen this before in a lcd tv I worked on! My problem was some bad caps (capacitors) on the power supply board. They will look bulged on the top an may be a little leaky (brownish stain). But also check the signal board (rca s-video etc... inputs). My thought in this was a bad cap was producing a harmonic, causing the speakers to squeal! Good luck, I hope this is helpful!

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I'm sure you have figured this one out. TV itself is causing the problems.
The circuit board that produces the audio signal seems to be the problem.
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