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I cannot get a DVD disk to play loud enough to listen to comfortably. The same disk will play well enough on another HD tv-set. Is it my ancient DVD player, lousy cables, or a setting I am not getting right on the Aquos?

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It could be cables, but unlikely, definitely not a setting on the Aquos, it could be a setting though on your old dvd player. Go into the DVD player menu / setup and look for SOUND / VOLUME and many times it will have an adjustment such as +1 +2 +3 and 0, then -1, -2, -3, meaning thats how much it amplifies the default sound of the DVD. Turn this up all the way to the highest setting, it should have something like this. If not then I would replace the DVD player.
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