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Toshiba 32A50 Is there anyway to change the sound levels in the service menu. My Toshiba seems to have a very low volume level to the point where I have to have the volume well past half just to properly hear a TV show or Movie.

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I have the same problem but can't find any adjustment. Thought it was the satillite dish but, no. Network channels come in good but the others are almost impossible to hear. It isn't worth taking to a repair shop - what a waste!

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