While watching a program the sound will become rich and come from the Stero Speakers then it goes back to a Mono sound and remains there most of the time. Sometimes the background sound is higher in volume then the people speaking. Most of the time however the Stero sound just does not work. We have been on cable and Antenna and neither way works. Nor does it work when playing a DVD. Any suggestions would be helpful. I've been an Aviation Electronic Technician while in the Navy and can do some trouble shooting and don't have a problem going inside if need be.
Thanking you in advance.
Regards, Ken Fette
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Re: Stero sound comes in and out
What if you tap the side of the set when is doing it only to see if it reacts,if it does the you know you have a loose conection,sometimes you have a separate board for the stereo amp and the speakers conector plugs in ,sometimes in all in the main board and the speaker wires conect to the jack panel,The speaker conector is a good place to start.Be careful.
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Go to RadioShack and buy a new line of STERO head phone jack to headphone jack. Make sure their stero not mono. It should cost u around 8 bucks. There is no fixing the cord you have. Hope this solves it.
Take your remote, go to menu, scroll down until you see sound settings, when you see mono/stereo, use the right arrow and click it until cursor is over stereo, next press enter, that should restore your stereo sound.
i do not have this system however i did look up a picture and i can see rows of red and white Mono speaker inputs this is where you would plug in your Mono speakers it does not look like stereo speakers will work plug one mono speaker in a red the other in white i cannot see a port to use it for a computer but if there is look for a round 3.5mm stero jack and if u find one you must have a 3.5mm auido to 3.5mm audio cable put one side in the system and the other in the headphone jack of your computer
Before we strike at the TV...in some cases you may be getting a bad audio signal through cable or satellite signal. Atmospheric conditions this time of year are becoming inclement as we speak. We must be patient before we pull the cover off the TV. Wait and see.
The two volume controls only work independently when you set the jukebox to 2 channel and mono. One controls the jukebox, the other controls the speakers. There are 3 switches to change on the amp before it will work.
Here is what I found out. I had this same problem. I have cable TV and the signal coming into my house was not very strong. They 'boosted' the signal and this problem stopped. Along the way, they tested that the cable line had been passing through a splitter, so that to the house the signal was good, but by the time it passed all of the splitters, the signal was not strong enough. Now all is well and the problem does not happen anymore.