Either from the TV control or remote control, no matter what level you set the sound is automatically sets itself to the highest level. You can again turn the sound down but it immediately sets itself to the highest level.
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Re: Sound level unstable
You may have a button stuck either on the remote or on the TV itself. If this does not solve the problem, you may have to refer to a service technician. The IF Amp or the sound stage may be at fault. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004
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Go into ur tv menu again,go to sound option again check what on the writing highlight on the tv SOUND SETTING now is it said VARIABLE SETTING.Than it is the sound setting problems,go into that highlight word VARIABLE SETTING just press the enter button on the remote to change it back to FIX SETTING.This should and will solved ur tv sound setting problems.If the sound setting already highlight word is said FIX SETTING.Than the tv have bad incomming broadcasting input signal cable or ur tv have bad or dead speakers problems to the tv itself.Not Sound Setting problems.
I don't know from which zone you are now posting this problem. Whether it is from India, you must set the system to PAL BG to get colour and sound properly from your TV. If you are from abroad, find out the trasmission system there, and set it accordingly.
It is best to set the system to Auto, to get the TV all system accepted. To adjust this, you just get into the menu, and surf for system settings, according to your TVs operation manual, and change it to AUTO., and select it. If so your TV will adjust itself to the system which it receves. OK.
You just come aroung the sound decoder section of your tv. Decoder problems may cause the fult you pointed out. Since all the controls are electronically controlled, and all are through sound decoder, which converts sound to stereo the problem must be there. Since sound comes from two channels are ok, there is no problem around sound output. Check for some soldering loose contact, wire socket loose cotanct also.
Have you used the remote that came with the TV to raise the volume? Often, when there is more than one remote, one of them is set too low and all you need to do is use the remote that came with the TV to raise the volume level. Good Luck!
If you disconnect or power off the converter box does the hiss go away?
If you connect a VCR or DVD player does it still have the hiss? We
need to isolate what source is causing the hiss if it is from the set or
if it is from the converter box.
When you turn the volume control down on the set, does the hiss
reduce in level? If mute stops it, it should reduce in level as you
turn the volume down. Then turn up the sound level control on
the converter box whether its a manual control or by remote. If you
can get a combination that minimizes the hiss and gets higher sound
level from the programming that may cure it.
I am not familiar with the converter box you are using. Are you using
Audio/Video cables from it to the set or is it coming out with coaxial cable
and used on a channel? If you are using a very old set with a tuner input
perhaps the fine tuning is out of adjustment.
If there are no chasis numbers on the outside you may want to open the cast and check for numbers there. Then you might be able to google the number and find a manual. some TV's willl enter the menu or rest by pushing two buttons at once on the set. This could change your channel selection however.
Check the cable box volume. Most boxes allow you to adjust the volume from the box to the TV, and most likely it's gotten turned down. Use the "Volume" control on the cable box to bring the level back up. (Unless the box remote has been set up for RCA, it controls the box volume. Once you get the volume back up, follow the cable provider's instructions for setting the remote to control an RCA. Then the volume control will function correctly.)