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Topic # 192354 7-Mar-2016 19:14
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Hi
I've just bought a new Veon TV and it's going and there is sound but it's very quiet - not what I would expect.
Can someone help please - is it supposed to be very quiet, even on 100%.

Thank you...

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  Reply # 1507708 7-Mar-2016 19:17
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how is it connected ans what are you listening to


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  Reply # 1507713 7-Mar-2016 19:53
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The built in speakers on those TVs don't really go much louder than 20 - they just start distorting.

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  Reply # 1507715 7-Mar-2016 19:58
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Is there another device connected to the TV for example.. a Set Top Box or laptop - maybe turn on the volume on the source device might help


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  Reply # 1507720 7-Mar-2016 20:10
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For anyone suggesting adding a soudbar etc..

 

these tv's only have a coax output... not a optical like EVERY other tv on the market!
AFAIK there is no ARC either....





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  Reply # 1511430 11-Mar-2016 15:45
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The TV has a Freeview box attached to it.
Does anyone know if there is a setting I need to adjust on it? I've tried attaching computer speakers but it does make a difference.
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  Reply # 1511433 11-Mar-2016 15:49
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hyperman:

 

For anyone suggesting adding a soudbar etc..

 

these tv's only have a coax output... not a optical like EVERY other tv on the market!
AFAIK there is no ARC either....

 

 

 

 

Some Veon TVs definitely have ARC. We have two, one has it one doesn't.





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  Reply # 1511441 11-Mar-2016 16:04
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either turn the tv up and use the freeview remote to adjust the spound, or turn the freeview volume down and use the TV to adjust the sound.


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