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G'day I have a cheap audiosonic DVD player from Kmart and with the player volume up high and the tv vol up it is still not very load when its playing

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I'm assuming you have the old red,yellow and whit connectors? Check those and make sure they are in the correct order, you'd be amazed how many times crossed wires can affect sound. Hope this helps

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