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The sound on my new samsung md. un32j5205af sounds bad.

Like you are in a cave

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This maybe due to improper equalizer settings or other sound settings on the Samsung TV please refer to the manual on how to change these settings if the problem persists try getting the speakers replaced from a local repair shop or other electronic outlet or where the device came from

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