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    NETTV Sound to Loud

    When switching to a NETTV video service (e.g. RTL Gemist) the sound is very loud. This is very irritating as the TV volume has to be decreased to level 5 to get a normal sound level.
    Also the font used at RTL gemist is very very small. (A larger font size would be more convenient)

    TV : 37PFL7605 latest sw update.

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    Was already discussed here? Is it the same?

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    This is related I think.

    I'm watching TV using the internal DVB-C decoder (no Set Top Box) connected. I'm using an external Home Theater System connected to HDMI 1 ARC. So not using the internal TV Speakers

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    Then maybe it is a problem of the HTS? Is there maybe a setting wrong?
    What if you do not use the ARC feature but use digital audio out on the TV (if that's possible)?

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