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On most TV's with speaker control there's a way to disable the TV's volume control effect on the level fed out to an external amplifier. Find it and disable it it or select FIXED for its level, or, while listening through the Aiwa, raise the TV's volume through its own remote and see if that affects what the Aiwa gets for volume.
Or, enable the TV's speakers but find the same interna lAudio setting and make it Fixed, but turn the TV volume down if you don't want to hear its speakers. That way, you could actually listen to the TV on its own speakers if you want, say, for casual watching of the Weather Channel or news, for example.
Download User Manual for Aiwa NSX-AJ50 Hi-Fi system. Sony owned Aiwa few years back and you can see NSX-AJ50 page on Sony Support. If you have Aiwa part Query, please contact nearest Sony Service center.