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Sound adjustment when the tv is on regular tv the sound is louder but when the cable box is turned on it seems that the sound is much lower is there an adjustment some where that I haven;t found yet ?

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To be clear, there is no adjustment on the TV for this. The TV will amplify the audio signal that is presented to it at the same rate. The difference here is the signal level that is generated by the set top box. Some of these boxes allow volume changes, some do not. This is an issue with the external box, not the TV.

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Yes if its a digital converter you can access it by the menu under settings, or call your cable operator. Thanks for using fixya please rate nice..

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