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I received my Samsung 56" DLP the other day and love it. I am having one issue with it though. My previous TVs had "Audio Out" jacks and this one has an AV out, which I am using to feed the sound to my surround sound system. On my previous TVs, the audio output was fed out at whatever level the TV sound was playing at. This allowed me to set the surround sound at a constant volume, and the TV volume control would increase the surround volume when I increased the TV volume. It isn't working this way on the new TV.

Is the AV out fed out at the standard signal level, or does it adjust for whatever the TV volume is set at?
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