Question about Sony BRAVIA® DAV-HDX576WF Theater System with Wireless Speakers
Each device has its own normal level for the signal. Usually they are set at the standardised value - 500mV - but sometimes some devices don't follow the standard. The only thing you can do is to check the connectors and use another cable - bad cables or connector can cause a big drop in signal level. If even after using a new, good quality cable that is a tight fit in the plugs - and these plugs themselves don't move around - then the only thing you can do is to set the maximum volume level higher to partially compensate for that. You can find this option in the HDMI setup section in the MENU, labeled VOLUME LIMIT..
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Are you using proper wires.If yes then interchange the connections a bit from its ports and check.Also unplug the external wires connected to tv and check the actual volume of tv.Also keep the sound increased in other modes too then switch to tv and check the sounds.Any where the connection is loose or wrong connection. Check- recheck properly. Keep updated.Thanks.
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