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Spanish background on Sunday night football

Why is there Spanish in the background on Sunday night football

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3 years ago

In most all cases, switching to the SAP feed (Secondary Audio Programming) will change the language or resolve “no audio” issues.


- For customers on our X1 platform:


- If you have a DTA (small cable box) and your remote control has a LANG button on it, press it.


- If you have an HD or SD full cable box (non X1 with a blue on-screen guide) :


Press the Menu button twice on the Comcast Universal Remote Control. A new screen below will appear, with the top-left option automatically selected.

Use the down-arrow key (above the Info button) to navigate to Setup and press OK/Select (the center key on the remote control in the middle of the 4 arrow/directional buttons).

Use the down-arrow key (above the Info button) to navigate to Audio setup and press OK/Select.


The Default Audio Track will default to the first option–Channel default–which is always the channel’s main audio track (unless it was previously changed).


Press the right-arrow navigation key to change the audio track. Changing this selection will instantly change the audio.


  1. Press once for English 
    2. Press twice for Spanish (Español) OR to activate Video Description (DVS) 
    3. Press three times for French (Français) 
    4. Press four times for Portuguese (Portugues). 
    5. Then press the Exit button (above the Volume button) to resume program viewing


Please note: These audio options can only be heard if the program provider or cable channel is providing that additional audio option.

- If the above does not help, look at the remote control for your TV set (not your cable box) to adjust the TVs language settings (sometimes labeled as MTS or SAP on the remote or via your TVs settings menu).

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