09-17-2013 3:26 PM
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09-17-2013 4:00 PM
09-17-2013 6:25 PM
I tried everything that you had listed but I was trying it under the DVD mode button as soon as I changed to AUX button it worked perfectly. Thanks for the help.
09-17-2013 6:44 PM
05-10-2016 6:03 AM
@amalo95 - You have too many choices to give details & you will have to make some level of compromize, so I will not give details for them until you decide which you want to do.
If you have an old s-10 remote program it to control the STB volume. This will affect the volume heard from either the TV or AUX. Whichever is on.
Or you can program it to follow the mode button & actually control the TV & aux. In att mode it works as above.
If you have a new s-20, the first option is available, but I think the second one is not. Instead, the programming is simpler. So, you could reprogram on each use (because the programming is simpler).
If you have aux sound, you desrve a Logitech Harmony model 650 remote.
How many years have aux sound been available? I guess some folks have been using them forever. In that environment, it was reserved for special occasions. But, I think it has switched to normal viewing.
You have to add the complexity of turning one device off & the other on whenever you change which is active. Why bother. You already paid for the aux sound - use it - always - better sound - less complex.
Just set it to always control the aux.
Many years ago I tried aux sound, but could not tell the difference from TV sound because the TVs could produce good sound.
I now have three TVS to watch (see avatar) The Panny has great sound. The other two poor sound. So, I got a ZVOX sound bar & put each TV on an input & use the ZVOX for all sound. It lets me cycle to the TV I want to hear instead of turning one off & another on.
I realize my case is different than yours, but my point is simplicity is a feature that you should take advantage of.
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