How to Increase Volume From DVD Player on Television Set

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Increasing volume from a DVD player on a TV set can be accomplished in a combination of three ways. Both the DVD player and television have adjustable volume controls, and if that is not sufficient, the DVD player can be connected to a home theater receiver hooked up to a TV and a surround-sound speaker package.

Things You'll Need

  • DVD player
  • Television
  • Home Theater receiver connected to speakers
  • Audio/video cables
  • Increase the audio output from the DVD player by pressing the "+" button to maximum on the "Volume" setting of the remote control.

  • Increase output from the TV speakers by pressing the volume control button on either the TV remote control or the front control panel of the set. This will boost the volume of your DVDs to the maximum level capable from a straight DVD-to-television connection.

  • Disconnect the DVD audio/video cables from the back of your television and plug them into the back of a home theater receiver's audio/video jacks for DVD. The yellow plug goes to the video input on the receiver, and the white and red plugs connect to the left and right audio jacks.

  • Connect a video cable from the receiver's "Output to TV" jack and plug the other end into the TV's "Video Input" jack.

  • Load a disc in the DVD player and increase the volume on your receiver.

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