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Re: in mute operation: Want to read what is being said
The feature you are looking for would is called CC or Closed Captioning. Per your owners manual you would press the menu button, then move up and down to select "CLOSED CAPTION" from the list. Then to edit the feature press left or right. Select CAPTION to on. The manual lists four different types of captioning (C1-C4) and also four different types of "Text" (T1-T4). Usually one of the caption listings will display only when the mute is selected...its just not very clear which one exactly will do it.
One word of warning, you would not want to activate the Text features. This will sometimes have a large black box appear in the middle of your screen providing other information.
UnfortunatelyJVC does not have a link to your manual on their website, but the manual should be able to be found by entering JVC AV-32120 Manual in a search engine. I would check a few of the results because some maybe free others may ask for a "nominal" fee.
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Check its sound settings. If all the setting are OK, and no Mute function is set to ON, check the speakers first. If they too are found OK, check and replace damaged component/s at it audio output section circuit.
Check whether mute function is on or not. Enter its sound menu and check it. If it is not off there, the fault is with its audio processor section, mute section, or audio output section. To make it confirm, your set need a through checkup. Contact any experienced service technician.
Take the set apart and see if there is a separate board in front of the set. Remove the board and check for cold solder joints first. If o.k., replace sensor. Then again you could contact toshiba and order another key pad for the set.
It may not be muted but in most of their sets you can turn the speakers off in the audio selections of the main menue. So double
check the menue settings for speaker on/off and hopefully your sound will return.
Hope this helps,
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.
Hello! Try the audio out. Run the audio to a receiver to see if the audio is there. If it is, then I'd leave it hooked up to the receiver and save yourself some money. If there is not any low level audio out then I'd fix the set. The only Sony set I've ever seen that was not worth fixing was a 32" model from the early 1990's that had bad picture tubes after only 5 years. I am a Sony factory trained tech. Good Luck!