Hi, for some reason my TV won't store any of its colour and audio settings. I have tried re-tuning and following firts time installation porceddures a few times to no avail. There is a strong signal and I receive all the channels I am suppose to.
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Re: Storing Colour & Sound Settings
This is a section for computer monitors not flat panel tv's however as they are similar you should take this back to the store for an exchange, if it is older(you didn't tell me how old is it), then I think that a new main board will be needed as the info is stored in the main micro chip and that is not repairable.
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1. The on/off switch is not easily accessible because the remote control is used to turn the TV on and off.
2. If the remote is used, the TV is always in standby mode
3. When the power is turned off and then back on those settings go back to their preset values or the last preset settings.
4, You should be able to enter the preset settings with the original remote control,
Hi, this seems to be a physical failure with your connections and not your TV input configuration (as you're able to listen to your audio). First, try to see if there's an obstruction on your iPod dock (maybe some dirt or dust) and on your AV cable. As the video travels through different pins than the USB or power, you may've not noticed the failure until now.
Sony Bravia TVs are all built in the same factory, so they can easily change from NTSC and PAL, try going to your settings and change the TV out to NTSC.
If everything else fails, take it to your Apple Store, they'll be more than happy to test it for you and if it's broken, replace it for a working one.
pls check your tv colour system it is not maching with your country col-sys [PAL /NTSC/SCHAM] so pls open menu and set col-sys select any one or set col-sys is AUTO see the colour pictur.
* NO colour [B&W} pictur
 cabel singnel is wek.Pls. check cabel canaction re set pin or cabel canaction.
 pls tune ch. set Auto serch or fine tune to set ch.
if not colour pictur then problum is inside of your colour tv set.
Sounds like the eprom! I don,t have that manual in front of me but if it has a 8 pin eprom, try this, remove it and see if your settings are available and operational,( the ones in question) if they are then it is defective.
If you do not get result you can purchase one video rf converter.
Rf converter contains one video input in yellow colour and two audio in red and white colour and one cable connector as outout.
Connect dvd output to this converter and tune the program in which place you receive dvd signal.
check the Audio tuning wizard of the program used with the web cam. make sure the right speakers and microphone are selected.
I have heard of a bug in MSN Messenger 7.5 that doesn't allow proper setup of sound.
If that's your current setup, you can simply use the Windows Messenger Audio Tuning Wizard to setup your sound properties. Either go through the start menu or go start->run->'msmsgs'
after completing the audio tuning wizard, close Windows Messenger. The settings should be adopted into MSN Messenger.