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#613731 - 1st Nov 2011 8:16pm speaker vibration
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Hi guys i have just bought a Tecknika tv from tesco did not pay a lot for it but sound is crap ie speaker vibration have played around with all sound settings without any joy question is.
if i buy a home movie/sound system to add to it does this disable the speakers built in to the tv at the moment
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#613733 - 1st Nov 2011 8:22pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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Why not take it back and get it replaced, it shouldn't sound like that.
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#613735 - 1st Nov 2011 8:28pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: diggingdeeper]
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it was only £200 cant see them saying they will just change it made up with it otherwise and old telly has gone to tip so cant be bothered if i can sort it
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#613736 - 1st Nov 2011 8:32pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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I've got a Tesco telly - sometime the sound buzzes a bit if the scart lead needs pushing back in.

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#613749 - 1st Nov 2011 9:09pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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Originally Posted By: Softy_Southerner
I've got a Tesco telly - sometime the sound buzzes a bit if the scart lead needs pushing back in.
might be just me but since checked scart lead it seems ok thanks watch this space !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#613852 - 1st Nov 2011 11:54pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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JUST £200??!! JUST?! Take it back if you're not happy, they will swap it for you!!

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#613862 - 2nd Nov 2011 12:22am Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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If you still get problems...........

Apart from 'take it back', no it doesnt. What you would have is a amp/speaker system that operates independently to the TV speakers. The issue being that costs can widely vary from say £20 to £1000's, but you do get what you pay for, you just need to think what you would like.

What you need to think is
-Budget?
-Did you want just stereo or did you want surround, 5.1, 7.1, etc?
-Speaker size, how big?
-Space, Do you have space for them?
-Power, do you want something meaty?
-Other equipment, what are you going to connect to it if anything?
-New or second hand, lower spec and new vs higher spec and older.

It really does depend on how you want it set up. I got mine set up really cheaply, but it took me a while to hunt the good deals


Edited by rhoobarb2002 (2nd Nov 2011 12:26am)

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#613910 - 2nd Nov 2011 8:38am Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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Originally Posted By: johncon
Hi guys i have just bought a Tecknika tv from tesco did not pay a lot for it but sound is crap ie speaker vibration have played around with all sound settings without any joy question is.
if i buy a home movie/sound system to add to it does this disable the speakers built in to the tv at the moment


Really don't mean nothing nasty by this mate but I warned someone on here the other day not to buy shite.
People need to start listening, it's only £200 for a reason.

You take that back and put the money towards a toshiba or Sony, you swap it for another crappy throw away one and it will still vibrate.

Oh and in answer to your question you should be able to choose to turn tv sound off or have dual stereo (tv sound on also).


Edited by _Ste_ (2nd Nov 2011 8:41am)
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#614087 - 2nd Nov 2011 3:52pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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Most built-in TV speakers will get to a point were they start to distort. Generally the more you pay the louder you can have the TV before the distortion becomes apparent to most people (i.e. non-autophiles). TV speakers that vibrate at "normal" levels are either faulty on delivery or faulty by design, either way you shouldn't have to buy a sound system just to be able to watch the TV.

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#614455 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:39am Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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I bought a cheap 48" Vizio telly from Walmart and was so disappointed with the sound quality, it was very tinny and no matter how much I fiddled with the sound settings/bass etc nothing changed. I rang the helpline and they said "take it back for another one, it must be faulty". Anyway the replacement telly was just as bad. According to a knowledgeable source, TV manufacturers now are not as concerned with sound quality but more with picture quality, hence the poor sound. I didn't want to buy a big sound system because by then it wouldn't have been a bargain so in the end we got a subwoofer and speakers normally used for a computer and plugged that into the back of the telly. The sound is really good now and I don't have some big-assed sound system taking up loads of space.

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#614456 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:58am Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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Hey good point Elzabeth , Panasonic is a brill make i got the 50 inch Hd one and had no problems so far
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#614518 - 3rd Nov 2011 10:17am Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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For another 100 you can probably get something from richer sounds.

If you don't want to do that I know someone that has an amp for Sale, it's a good one, think its a Yamaha has 5.1 and all the gubbins. You will just need to add speakers.

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#614539 - 3rd Nov 2011 11:02am Re: speaker vibration [Re: Tombraider]
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Originally Posted By: Tombraider
Hey good point Elzabeth , Panasonic is a brill make i got the 50 inch Hd one and had no problems so far


A girl that knows quality eh? wink

Top make Panasonic.

I wouldn`t rate their hi-fis though shifty
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#614656 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:47pm Re: speaker vibration [Re: johncon]
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if you buy a surrond sound system you can turn the volume right down on your TV so you wont get the vibration,

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