07-31-2013 1:49 PM
Use the volume up button on the remote control. If it's programmed correctly it will raise the volume on you TV.
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08-01-2013 12:05 PM
Your TV may have a setting like my Panasonic does, in the advanced audio section there is an item called AI audio. This is designed to level out the sound between different channels and does a good job.
Your TV might have something like that. Good luck
08-02-2013 4:55 PM
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