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Volume uncontrollable on my Mico Alma t300 when playing 5.1 DVDs

When Prologic and surroundsound 5.1 is ennabled Volume control is disabled and Very loud
I can also not select which Speakers play ie i would like sound sterio sound from all speakers even in tunner mode

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also checkout The volume button is on the right side of the uint.
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