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    solidkd
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      Has anyone experienced the issue of low volume when playing PCM 2.0 on Beosound Theatre?

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      bsantini1
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        Yes. Low volume on PCM 2.0

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        Severed_hand_of_skywalker
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          You have the latest firmware?

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          Sandyb
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            Indeed – I thought the low volume on PCM 2.0 had been solved a couple of SW versions ago?

            Remember that when they “fixed 2.0” last year, they somewhat broke DD 5.1 and gave that format a low volume issue.

            The recent update – where volume gain can be applied by default per source – was supposed to alleviate the low volume issues generally.

            Personally, not noticed 2.0 low volume – while the perceived volume seems quite variable even amongst different 2.o signals, if anything for me 2.0 can if anything be pretty loud in my setup / case.

             

             

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            solidkd
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              You have the latest firmware?

              3.4.2(6)

              #55910
              solidkd
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                The issue has been resolved. I foundthat when my streaming device outputs PCM 2.0 audio without CEC enabled, the device itself has a separate volume control. By adjusting the volume to a normal level using its remote control, everything is back to normal.

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