Question about Yamaha RX-V1400 Receiver
DTV is connected with optical audio. The speakers are Bose acoustimass 10 series 3
Under the input menu, there is a volume trim function which allow you to increase or decrease the volume level of each input. It is designed so that the volume of different components can be matched to prevent a blast of sound when changing to a lounder output. You can increase the alevel of the dtv input, and decrease the level of the tuner. Tuner volumes are usually high.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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