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This might be your TV many of the SONY and PHILIPS TV's have an Auto Volume control setting that is used to prevent the TV advert music from being too loud compared to the programs try turning this ON and OFF and see if it helps.
There maybe a mute button on the remote some where, or else its just the case that these portable dvd players have rubbish speakers built in and they are just not loud... I recommend getting a decent pair of amplified computer speakers and plugging them into the headphone socket. That is what i do!
Could be the way it's connected, scart leads are good at causing problems! Does the box have a volume control? If so turn it up and leave it alone then. If you need to adjust the sound when watching use only the TV volume control.
Your TV output is a pass-thru from the coax cable then. The only solution- turn the volume down, or unplug them.. Or get a cable box. A VCR may work as a temporary cable box, and if you have a remote for it, you should be able to just turn off the audio at any time with a VCR remote. (unless the VCR also has a pass-thru only audio output)
get a splitter that allows you to plug 2 sets of headphones in the portable dvd player.
The sound is the only place were this machine falls short. The sound is okay at best with the built in speakers, but any background noise makes it nearly impossible to hear anything from them even with the volume all the way up. Not surprising since due to the size of the player the speakers are only a little bigger then headphone speakers, but with headphones or portable plug-in speakers the sound is superb. Besides the sound the only 2 complaints are that you can not control the volume with the remote and that the power switch is too easily turned on by accident (do not travel with the battery attached or you will find you have no charge when it comes time to watch a movie). The battery lasts 3.5 to 4 hours, long enough for 2 short movies or 1 long one. -------------------------------- also checkout The volume button is on the right side of the uint. -------------------- , headphones are a must, or get a device to play the audio through your car stereo ($15-$25). The player has the option to either input or output the A/V so you could play video games on the run or you could hook up a VCR and watch VHS...be creative