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I increase all the volume on the tv to watch regular tv and the sound is very low but to watch movies on the dvd is fine, what could be the problem? thanks

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If you get your tv through some kind of set-top-box (if you have cable or satellite tv for instance) the STB (set-top-box) may have it's own volume control that is set to a low level. You will have to look through "settings" on your STB.

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