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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is probably correct as modern equipment uses electronic volume controls rather than potential dividers the range is normally biased towards the bottom end so there is lots of the range that is quiet and a smaller part that is loud.
Unless you find that at the top of the volume range the system does not seem to be loud then it is probably correct. It is not uncommon for modern equipment to clip at 80 / 90% of the volume range. Where as old style equipment with volume pots used to clip at arround 30% of the volume range as it gave the apperance there was loads of extra volume available. In fact all that happened if you turned it up louder was it clipped more and more.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
go here "http://www.dishnetwork.com/support/documents/receivers/default.aspx" to find your remote, then look at the literature to see if Bose is listed or for the code scanning for your remote. good luck!
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: LG 47 External Audio Control
The issue is not the receiver, it is the TV. The output from the LG is a FIXED output not a variable one. There may be a menu option to change that in the TV, but I'm not sure. Many people turn off the TV speakers when using a stereo for sound. If the TV output was dependent upon the volume control of the TV, there would be no way to shut off the TV speakers.
Double check the rear of the set for a set of outputs labeled VARIABLE. Connecting the receiver to those would do as you wish.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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