Question about Sharp 13VT-R100 13 in. TV/VCR Combo

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The volume level is as high as it will go, but not loud enough - can i get it to go louder?

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  • pampadding Nov 04, 2010

    i have a Sharp tv vcr combo that is at least
    15 years oldd - 13VT-L100. the volume is at
    its highest, but is hard to hear - any way that
    can be adjusted to get louder?
    thanks

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I am not certain without the manual before me whether or not this model has an audio adjustment choice in its menu. If it does please increase the treble and the bass as high as it will go. If there is a surround button or adjustment in the menu choice please listen to the sound with both the surround on and off. Please try adjusting the volume on the devices you have connected to this television. Is it still loud enough when playing a VHS tape? If so then that indicates that the sound problem is with the connected device.

You may need to purchase a sound bar. If you have a cable box or a converter box the yellow cable would connect to this television still but the red and white audio part of the cable would connect to the sound bar. Unfortunately you would not be able to do anything about low level when playing a VHS tape because this television doesn't have an audio ouput I don't believe.

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The only way to get more sound is if you have external outputs that you can connect to stereo
receiver and Run sound thru the stereo.

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