Not sure of this is a Tosh XS32 issue or TV issue

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  1. nunew33

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    When I switch to the Tosh the TV audio level is much higher than other sources to the extent that if i forget to lower the volume I get minor heartattacks when changing channel.

    Is there an audio out setting that I have missed? Is it something not settable.

    the TV is a bulk standard sony 29 inch 4:3 about 7 years old
     
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    I have the exact opposite problem. When I switch to the Tosh, the volume goes down.

    I believe it to be a TV issue.
     
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    I get the "higher" volume on my Panasonic when switching on.

    I think it is a TV issue, I have set the volume offset to full on my AV sources but probably haven't set it that way for terrestrial.
     
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    There is no audio output level setting on the Tosh, but have a look at the user manual P161, you should be able to attenuate/boost the various inputs to match.
    One of my output is also connected to a 6 yrs old 29inch 4:3 TV (cannot remember the model number) and the user OSD on the Sony do allow input audio level adjustment to match the various source...
    HTH
     

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