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I recently purchased a PN50A550 plasma and so far I love it. The only problem is that when I turn on Game Mode the sound suddenly gets distorted and blown out. It sounds like somebody pushed the bottom few bars on an equalizer all the way to the top. The sound is completely fine when game mode is off, so it's not the speakers. And it happens in every source (hdmi ps3, component xbox360 & wii).

Do you guys have any ideas for what I might be able to do to fix it?
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I recently purchased a PN50A550 plasma and so far I love it. The only problem is that when I turn on Game Mode the sound suddenly gets distorted and blown out. It sounds like somebody pushed the bottom few bars on an equalizer all the way to the top. The sound is completely fine when game mode is off, so it's not the speakers. And it happens in every source (hdmi ps3, component xbox360 & wii).

Do you guys have any ideas for what I might be able to do to fix it?

May be it is real that your speakers are blown and gets noticiable when you select game mode (because game mode change automatically video settings to brilliant colors and audio settings to bass enhanced sound).
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