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Old 09-06-2024, 21:19   #1
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Volume issues

I'm watching "The Outlaws" and too hear it we have to turn the tv volume to 80+.


Go to another channel and 20 is loud, so you can guess 80 makes the ears bleed.


What is going on, as it seems no 2 channels have the same volume levels.


The HDMI cable is a high Speed/ High Quality.
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Re: Volume issues

Try changing the audio output setting on the box
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Re: Volume issues

One thing missing from our latest TV is a setting that levels out the volume between channels (and between programmes and ad breaks).
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Re: Volume issues

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Try changing the audio output setting on the box

I've change it to Dolby Digital PCM, so will wait and see.


I also changed the main box as sometimes when I fast forward through adverts I lose all audio, and I have to rewind a bit to get the sound back, I wonder if this is a similar issue?
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Re: Volume issues

I have this issue with on demand very quite and have to turn the volume right up. Also same with some of channels very quite.
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Re: Volume issues

Different channels different volumes , always has been ,no matter what settings used on tv or box.
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Re: Volume issues

Glad it's not just me.
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