09-06-2011 10:56 PM
Is there a way to adust the master volume on the reciever box. After I program my TV remote I can't find a way to adjust the volume on the reciever. If possible I would prefer to set my TV volume and use the master volume control instead of setting the master volume and adjusting the TV volume while watching.
My issue is....I set up a new HDTV a couple weeks ago and when I pause/unpuase I get a 'pop' sound from the speakers. Kinda like if you plugged in a guitar to an amp that had the volume turned up high. It seems like it is causeing a little undue stress and I would like to lessen it. I'm pretty sure that if I turn the master volume down that this will lessen the pops.
However, the only way that I can figure to do this would be to unprogram the TV from the remote, adjust the master volume, and then reprogram the TV on the remote.
There must be an easier way, right?
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09-07-2011 5:19 AM
09-07-2011 9:31 AM
Thank you -
That did exactly what I was looking to do- control the volumes according to the mode key selected.
09-07-2011 10:07 AM
09-11-2011 7:22 PM
One more thing.... Let's say I want to return to the default volume settings with the TV volume as the dominant choice. How would I do that?
Also, is there a list of codes online for the remote settings?
09-15-2011 5:24 PM
03-11-2013 3:13 PM
Here is a link with information about multipe U-Verse remotes.
Each section contains a programming guide, a troubleshooting guide and a user guide.
01-05-2014 5:07 PM
This was exactly what I needed, thanks!, but I need to "undo" this. My UVerse box volume was set too low when I programmed my remote to work with my TV. Doing the "955" fixed helped me to raise the UVerse box volume to "max" but now I want to switch back to controlling the volume with my TV, not the UVerse box. Can you tell me how to change back to that?
01-05-2014 5:18 PM
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