Sony KV27FV310

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  1. GeoffreyAudio

    GeoffreyAudio Auditioning

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    Hi, I am new here, and I'm glad I found this forum. See, I have this Sony KV-27FV310 Television set, which is only 7 months old, and I think I have discovered a problem with the sound amplifier. The right channel drops out sometimes, and gets staticky. I actually have a feeling that it might be the stereo receiver, which I actually hope it is. But do amplifiers in TVs ever go bad? Has anyone experienced this before? What does it mean? Also, it's very intermittent.
     
  2. Bill Will

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    When is it doing it? With just the tv channels or on video tapes & dvd's too? & yes audio amps in tv's can go bad just like any other parts in a tv. I would check it out using a DVD or Video tape because it just maybe the TV Broadcasters or Cable or Sat. Company sending out a poor audio signal. Also is the set hooked to a Receiver or does it do it using the tv's internal speakers?
     
  3. Matt_Smi

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    Hey how do you like your TV? Besides the sound problem has there been any other issues with it? I will hopefully be getting $800 for my 3 year old 27" WEGA. The screen has lost some phospor in one area and it makes it appear like a pixel is blown out. Since I got a 3 year service plan on it from CC they are either going to replace the tube or give me my money back. In which case I am planning on getting the KV-27FV310 and keeping the left over money. So I am trying to find out if getting the KV-27FV310 and having around $250 left over would be my best bet, or if I should go with another brand.
     

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