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Hi , I`m Jack Perhaps I can help you with this problem but first a few questions , let me know when you`re ready ?
O.k then was about to ask about that .
And at 3 it is too loud ?
What is connected to this tv ?Cable box,satellite,dvd,games etc. ?
Did this problem happen all of sudden or has always been that way ?
Some cable box do have their own volume control , have you checked that ?
Right now I cannot find the owners manual for this model but I don`t think this has anything to do with settings .
Controlling the input level would be the way to go to correct that or using and external sound device like a sound bar connected to the cable box directly
I take it that its a no there is no volume control on your cable box then ?
If its always been like that then it could be a manufacture defect or they simply were made like that and a similar model would do it as well .
That company went out of business a few years ago by the way
The only solution then could be as I said a small soundbar who would give you a much better sound anyway or simply a set of computer speakers
Not privy to any of that
Thanks , goodbye
Hello how is the cable box connected to the TV and what is the make & model of the cable box please?Do you have the original remote for the Cable box?
On your cable box you will have to set the audio to FIXED rather than variable. To do that you will need a remote. The box should have come with one, so I would contact Cox and ask them to provide it.
If that doesn't help, you can also try resetting you cable box on the following page.