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Closed captioning is not just amazing for the hearing-impaired, it is also useful for when you need to watch your favorite movie without any disturbance. If you are not aware, almost all television sets support closed captioning, and it will remain that way for some time. See How To Turn Closed Captioning On Or Off On A Toshiba TV:
If your Toshiba TV panel comes with a “C.CAPT” button, you are very lucky. The button should be seen on the front of your television and below the screen. See how to make use of it:
- Power on your Television set.
- Head to any channel.
- Press the “C.CAPT.” button on your television.
- When “CAPT 1” is seen on your screen, it means closed captioning has been activated.
Now, if you wish to power off close captioning, see what you need to do:
- Press the “C.CAPT.” button on your Television.
- If closed captioning is activated, the option to turn it off will be visible.
- Press the same button to confirm.
- If nothing changes, repeat the instructions above.
If your Toshiba TV does not come with that button, don’t worry. Turning on closed captioning can also be done with your remote control. See how:
- Power on your Television and watch a popular channel.
- Press the “CAP/TEXT” button on your remote.
- Ensure the button is held until “CAPTION CH1” is visible on the screen.
- Press the “1/2” button on your remote and activate it.
What Is the Difference Between CAPT 1 And CAPT 2?
This is not complicated at all. CAPT 1 is simply the closed caption in the language of the program and it means you’ll be getting a transcription of what is being said. On the other hand, choosing “CAPT 2” will show you if closed captioning is available in another language. Not all programs have CAPT 2 though, if they do, it will most likely be in Spanish or the United States.
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