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Poor sound When I am watching movies the sound is awful. The music is really loud but I can't hear them speaking. I have to sit with my remote and keep turning it up and down. Any ideas?/

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  • glovesey May 12, 2008

    Thanks Mrudel but that is too technical for me, I am a complete novice and don't know anything about audio ic or speakers. I have tried to change the sound on the menu but it still seems the same, so I suppose I'll have to continue with the remote. Someone suggested getting an amp but I don't even know what that is!! Someone else has said that all telly's are like it so it's not worth buying a new one, so I'll just have to persevere.

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Well the problem is with the coupling capacitor in speaker circuit. Usually it will be a 220Mfd series in between the Audio IC and speaker

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