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Changing input levels to even out volume among connected devices
Since devices (i.e. cable box or phone) can send different volume levels to your system, the audio input level adjustments can compensate to make levels among sources a more consistent volume. This is useful if, for example, the AUX source is heard louder than the CBL/SAT source. By evening the volume with the input level adjustements, you can avoid changing volume when you switch between the connected audio devices.
To change the volume input level of a connected device:
- On the remote control, press the System button
Tip: If the system menu does not appear on your TV, be sure the correct TV input is selected.
- Select Audio in the upper-left
- Scroll down to select Input Levels, then scroll right to select the options
- Scroll up or down to select a source, then scroll right to select the options (i.e. if you press the TV button on your remote to hear the device, select TV Analog (or Digital) Input Level)
- Scroll up or down to select a setting of -6, -3, 0 (default), +3 or +6.
Tip: Adjusting a digital input level changes both the digital coax and optical connections for the selected source.
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