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Weak sound from TV after dvd/vcr hookup

I have successfully hooked up my digital converter box to the dvd/vcr and then to my Toshiba TV set and the picture comes in fine, but the audio is very weak. I have to turn the TV volume up nearly all the way to be able to hear it, and then there is an annoying hissing sound.

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Use the volume control of your converter box to increase the sound level.

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