hd television and audio

why is the sound on hd tv so much lower than normal digital tv
22:43 Tue 14th Dec 2010
 
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Strange. Ours tends to be louder, especially on BBC.
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Are you using an HDMI cable flitty?
Hi flitty.

This is not the "norm" for HD as I too have to turn down the volume when watching HD programmes.
I agree with flitty, I always have to turn the volume up several notches when on HD, I wonder if it's peculiar to the TV, I have an LG 37"
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also cant get subtitles on hd

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