Hi.. i ve encountered a prob while watching movies, couldn hear dialogues properly, its very low even though wen the volume is increased only the music is increased. is ther a solution for tis problem.
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U set it on suround sound might help a litte.Best to buy a speakers system's like BOSE or Yama help the sound,modify the sound about 50% louder.If u are hard of hearing,best money ever spend for the BOSE sound sytem,it a dream system's.
Go into the audio settings in the computer and make sure the a/v volume or audio output volume is turned on. Right click on the little speaker at the bottom right and select adjust audio properties. This will be the sound and audio properties. Click advanced at the volume bar box and you will see all the different volume bars. Make sure they are turned up and not muted. This is on windows XP. Yours may be different but it should have sound and audio properties somewhere. Thanks for using fixya. Hope this helps.
Genericaly, there are some models of sets that have a pre-set level for the sound. Check in to the menus of the set if there is a setting for the audio level at turn on.
Some manufactures designed their sets so that the sound is at about 30% up when the set is first turned on. This is annoying. They did that because they had people turn on the set and call their tech support that their set had no sound. It turned out that the volume setting was at "0"!
I have the same problem but can't find any adjustment. Thought it was the satillite dish but, no. Network channels come in good but the others are almost impossible to hear. It isn't worth taking to a repair shop - what a waste!
Yes, the dynamic range on DVD's is enough to cause the high and low passages to be somewhat annoying but, sounds more like a movie theater. This kind of dynamic range showed up first on Beta HiFi and VHS HiFi VCR's because of thier range as well. If there is a feature in your audio menus on your TV such as "audio expansion, SRS, Wide mode, etc." turn it off and let the audio be processed without expansion of any kind as that will amplify your dynamic range alot more.
The lock up issue could be something Philips is aware about and if under warranty contact them. Otherwise not much you can do except manke sure the voltage going to the TV is failry stable between 110 volts and 120 volts. Sometimes dramatic drops and or increases can cause lock up or confusion to the microprocessor in the TV.