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Hi All,
Since Monday morning I've noticed that I need to turn up the volume much higher while watching tv, even my wife has noticed. I am wondering if anyone else is experiencing the same thing? My set up has not changed at all, and I've checked all the settings on my Rogers stb (4250 HD) and tv (panny TH50PX75). My tv is hooked up via component video and the audio is connected directly to the tv.
 

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Thx for your reply 57, my stb has always been set to fixed as I have the remote programmed to use the Tv's volume control. I did however check that first just in case. I've also double checked all my connections and nothing. I hope my Tv's not going on the fritz. :(
 

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I did consider swapping the connection to see if there would be any difference. The only reason I'm using the component input is due to the lack of additional hdmi inputs. The two I have are being used for my blue ray player and my wd media player. To be honest I think the picture on the component input is really good and until now had no complaints. Could this be an update problem with the stb?
 

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Thanks everyone for your replies. Although all of the channels have reduced volume, I was prompted to write about the problem because my son also watches alot of treehouse and this channel is the biggest culprit. The volume is now set to 15 when I used to only require 9. The other channels have a smaller but still very noticeable volume correction needed. Even raising the volume correction for the input in my tv's setup hasn't really much. If this has been done on purpose I'm just curious why all of a sudden.
 
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