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Old Mar 13th 2006, 4:53 am
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Hi there,

Has any1 come accross a tuning problem regarding the sound on the television? I have a protech television which i cant watch there is a picture but the sound is bad, What do i do???

Thank you,

Love Sarah.
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Old Mar 13th 2006, 4:55 am
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is it a uk tv? you may need to buy an australian video if it is..

Originally Posted by sarah & mark
Hi there,

Has any1 come accross a tuning problem regarding the sound on the television? I have a protech television which i cant watch there is a picture but the sound is bad, What do i do???

Thank you,

Love Sarah.
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Old Mar 13th 2006, 5:11 am
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is it a uk tv? you may need to buy an australian video if it is..
Or a set top box,that did the trick for us, until we managed to sus out the tuning now and obsolete tob box.

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Do a search as this is i think the most asked question, you will find the info you need
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Originally Posted by sarah & mark
Hi there,

Has any1 come accross a tuning problem regarding the sound on the television? I have a protech television which i cant watch there is a picture but the sound is bad, What do i do???

Thank you,

Love Sarah.
I think the answer is to route the incoming signal via the AV socket on your TV. This can be through a video or a digital receiver.
Some TVs are easily converted while others(like ours) would cost too much to convert, hence the reason we use an Aussie VCR.

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