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Remote Controlled Volume Control

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by corebreach, Dec 26, 2003.

  1. corebreach

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    I got a Magnavox 27MS343S for Christmas, and much to my dismay the audio output volume can not be adjusted through the TV's volume control. (It is literally just an audio pass-through. Since I refuse to use the god-awful integrated speakers, I need a way to remotely control the volume of external speakers. The 3 options I have thought about:

    Wired In-line volume knob (not desirable as I'm going for wireless)

    Cheap stereo receiver OR home theater in a box (unless I go eBay this probably isn't a reality, my budget is 90 USD)

    Dedicated remote controlled volume control

    This last one is the one I want to ask you about: does such an item exist? If so, is it horrendously expensive?
     
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    Nevermind all this, I found a Kawasaki AV1000 surround system (only 100 watts but I have a small room) on sale for 60 USD, and it works great.
     
  3. alexs2

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    Yes they do exist......I assume you're from the US,but you could try looking at Creek Audio's passive remote attenuator,which may well fit your bill.

    www.creekaudio.com
     

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