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Can't control surround sound volume while using it on tv

My surround sound works fine. But when i turn it on while watching tv, the volume is extremely high, and i am unable to adjust it. Any solutions?

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  • dan_kirschba Jun 26, 2009

    Thanks for the help, allthough this did not help. I bought just a cheapy. It's a coby system. The Dvd player model # is DVD765 and the surround sound system is # CSP96. Thank you very much!

  • dan_kirschba Jul 06, 2009

    THANKS FOR THE HELP, BUT I DECIDED TO RETURN THE DANG THING.

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Go into the units "setup" menu and look for volume lock or turn on vol. without knowing what equipment you have, I can't pull the specs to guide you thru troubleshooting. If you still have an issue, post a comment with the make and model #'s of your products and I can help you sort this out.

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