We are a 120 room hotel. We would like to program the volume on our t.v.'s so they are all set at the same level. We just bought a master remote for the Zenith Concierge H2534Y3 t.v.'s we have. When we press menu there is no way to preset the volume control.
Page 29 should be the beginning of instructions on using the installer remote. Reference the chart to find the menu line for start channel/volume. Depending on your set, this may be on line 10 or 11. You also may find options for minimum or maximum volume, as well as many other settings using this chart.
The next page gives specific information concerning this feature. The number you enter into this menu line determines the channel (with 0 being Aux and 255 turning the feature off). Volume is determined by actually setting the volume when on this menu line.
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hello, are you referring to the volume of the TV set when you change channels? to reiterate every time you change channels the volume also changes? in this case I do not want to speak too much but I'm almost certain that television providers are required to adhere to a volume leveling standard which would require television broadcast stations to broadcast at a certain volume level for unity. Are you watching cable television? I happen to know that not all cable television providers level they're broadcasting some do.I notice that you are using a CRT unit are you attempting to use a converter box with the unit? If you are using a converter box there may be a chance that volume level is one of the options in the menu, I can not say there is much at all you can do about this.
As an alternative your television set maybe damage and the volume maybe adjusting randomly or in a way other than intended.
Volume might be locked at "level 63". Refer its user manual to get details about how to unlock the volume. If the set is in Hotel mode, this might happen. If you wish to get out from Hotel mode to Normal mode [if it is so] you have to enter its service mode option. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Service mode entry, adjust and exit procedure to many popular brand TVs are given. Never forget to exit the service mode, after all adjustments have been done.
NB: Please read and understand well, the instructions to enter the service mode, before you begin. Be very careful. Note how to "EXIT" the service mode; after entering and adjusting data. This is very important.
Assuming it's a fairly modern (10 years or less) TV, somewhere in the settings menus you should be able to find a setting for adjusting the relative volume of the input that you've connected the DVD player to, e.g. Scart.
If you can find it, adjusting this setting should help.
If not, may be stating the obvious but is the DVD volume set very low ?'
you cant. these tvs are manufactured like this to keep the volume at an acceptable level so that this tv volume does not disturb the next room. Unless this tv has an audio output (red, white) to output the tv audio to an external audio source such as a surround sound system then the volume is what is. Altough a good buy a tv is from a hotel it comes with limitations. Take it to pawn shop to sell then buy another tv not from a hotel.
If there are no chasis numbers on the outside you may want to open the cast and check for numbers there. Then you might be able to google the number and find a manual. some TV's willl enter the menu or rest by pushing two buttons at once on the set. This could change your channel selection however.
Roy, easy way to do that is go to wally mart, K-mart sears etc. and get a set of "rca wireless headphones" they are inexpensive and the headphones have a volume control built into them so you can have it as loud as YOU want, and the wife can set the volume on the tv where she wants, bought a set for my father-in-law and he loves them, (he`s very hard -of -hearing) you can even walk out of the room with them on and still hear the program, buy them for yourself as a christmas present, enjoy, BMW Rider