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During television programming the volume fades and comes back

I have direct TV but when we installed our new audio receiver and bought a new hd samsung plasma we started having volume issues. the volume will periodically get louder and softer. some days it does more often than others. what's up with this?

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    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    The volume issue...is it from the receiver or the TV?

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Could be a audio compression issue, try looking into the direct audio menu to see if you can set audio compression, this is common on cable box broadcast, could be more so with satellite.

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