Question about Curtis DVD5091 Theater System
Drawing audio from a TV has its limitations. Refer to the TV's manual regarding volume control of the audio OUTPUT.
If you MUST go this way, I'd still suggest using a Fixed output so you can turn the TV's speakers down or off without killing the signal to the Curtis. (TV's are on the low end of the audio food chain and actually will degrade rather than improve it.)
You could get the BEST possible TV-related audio directly and digitally from the source you're watching.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
Testimonial: "mnay thanks, have tried this but seems to be no differance in the sound volume. Again just comes through as a set volume. "
WHat i do is plug the audio cables into the audio out of my cable box and the cable box volume control is able to adjust the volume...hope this helps
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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