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Old 12-10-2012, 01:50 PM
 
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So should I try a different Blu-ray, TV, HDMI, or disc?
Try another Disc.
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:13 PM
 
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TMI. Same DVD disc placed in different players on different TVs in different room. A low playing disc played low in all rooms.

How about instead of throwing technical terms around to make yourself sound smarter than other people you keep it simple? OP asked a question and there was absolutely no reason to supply unneeded technical BS. And please stop talking down to other posters as if they are stupid.
Which is it? You implied in your earlier post that the volume came to a certain level at different points on the volume scale, using the numbers as a reference. Now you're saying it played low on all systems. The two posts are not consistent.

Nothing I said was technical BS. They are common terms used in audio discussions of all types. I simply added additional info for the benefit of anyone who wanted it. All of it applied to OP's question. Since you implied that the volume level numbers mean something, I thought it best to clarify that they do not, lest OP or another reader be confused by that fallacy. Some people are interested in learning more, or better understanding the responses they've received.

For whatever reason your panties are in a bunch with me, get over it. This is a discussion forum, not a "Give only the simplest possible answer to a question, with no commentary of any kind" forum.
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