Question about Televison & Video
Many newer types of TVs have what's called "Volume Leveling", which means the TV automatically lowers the volume if a sudden increase in the broadcast signal volume is detected. Check to see If "Volume Leveling" is present on your TV and currently turned "on". Refer to your owners manual for this. It should be in the Audio section in the menu on your TV. Turn the "Volume Leveling" to the "off" position to disable "Volume Leveling".
Posted on Jan 23, 2016
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