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Is there a way to set separate default volumes when you switch between inputs? I ask because my tv is also connected to my dsm and for some odd reason needs to be quite loud compared to radio/server/Unidisc etc so when I switch from tv to music it’s way too loud.

The Unidisc preamp used to save the earlier volume per input :(

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Have you tried the volume offset in Konfig for you TV source? I have mine at 10.0 for exactly the reason you describe.

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Yes. In Konfig you can set separate volume offsets for each source. See the screenshot below. +/- 15 dB is the possible range.

/HB 

PS. While fiddling with the attachment I saw Timster replying to this,... but I post this anyway.

Edit: The screenshot is not from Konfig, but from the web interface. The possibility to set an offset is available in both.

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Thanks to both of you. I’ll start with +10 dB on the tv when I get home today. I doubt the numbers that depict volume on the dsm is dB. But for me the difference in display numbers is 45(music) 55-60(tv)


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It is dB actually ;)

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@timster - does the volume display on the mdsm actually change when you change to a tv input or is it just louder.
This is how I set it up.

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10 hours ago, zee9 said:

@timster - does the volume display on the mdsm actually change when you change to a tv input or is it just louder.

No, it remains the same. Ahh, I see Hans has already answered.

So in fact the actual dB will be whatever the volume is + the offset.

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