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Topic # 54750 21-Dec-2009 14:46
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We have telstra digital STB which I feed into the media centre via the s-video connection. The TV gets feed via the composite out on the STB (yuck!) However the sound volume is significantly lower via the 2200 then it is for the freeview channels which causes constant volume changes when swapping between freeview and Telstra channels.

I had a search but cannot find any way to change the line in volume in Windows 7. The STB volume is set to max. The volume is also a lot quieter different between the input from the STB to the AV and the input from STB - MC - AV.







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  Reply # 284530 22-Dec-2009 08:50
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In Windows, right click on the speaker icon in your system tray (next to the clock) and choose playback devices.

Click on Speakers and choose Properties


Go to Levels tab

There should be an entry for Line in there.



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  Reply # 284547 22-Dec-2009 10:07
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I will check but as you can see in your screenshot that is for the sound card. The line in is via the 2200 not the sound card.

Will get back if that works though.







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  Reply # 284708 22-Dec-2009 21:09
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Ah ok, my bad. I thought the line in was going into your sound card.

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  Reply # 284718 22-Dec-2009 21:42
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Im 90% sure its not shown as a standard sound device, its all input via the TV card component of the HVR-2200.
In mediaportal you can add volume boosting per channel im pretty sure but if you're using WMC then i have no idea.

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