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I believe that is due to the inherent dynamic range difference between the two, not anything to be done but adjust the volume when you switch.
 

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Dolby Digital uses -31 dBFS as the reference level for audio, at least on DVDs. This is a lower average volume level than what is typical for other sources, and hence Dolby Digital will always sound quieter. There may not be much that can be done about this.
 

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nazz said:
This drives me crazy and I sure wish there was a solution for it.
Me too............but in my case at least it's a short ride!!!
 
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