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I have a PVR-9200 with a Sony Bravia TV When connected to the TV scart the volume is reduced by about 60%.If connected to the video scart the sound is OK but volme control and mute button do not work.Any suggestions?

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Try connecting the tv with the optical output. also the tv has a volume offset within the menu try turning that all the way up.

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