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The volume on our E67 series tv will not go past a certain level. how can i fix that?

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It is true that you won't start to hear this television's volume increasing until the volume level passes 10. Then it gets louder until the volume level gets to 30 then between 30 and 60 it doesn't get any louder. This is the nature of this particular television. You can go into the audio category of the menu and increase the treble and the bass. Listen to the television with surround on and then off to see which one is louder. Connect the television to a sound bar.

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