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Low sound when turned to AUX for surround sound

I have a Panasonic SA-HT680 and all works well. but when i hooked up my system to my digital cable box and try to listen to teh tv through the surround system in AUX mode the sound is not as loud as it is when using a DVD. ANY Idea's???

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Remember to turn the volume up on the cable box and down on the surround sound so you will get max audio input to the surround system and then adjust using the surround sound remote! good luck

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