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This probably is a really dumb question but is my first receiver.

Is there anything I can change or adjust so that the volume levels for different HDMI inputs aren't so drastically different?

For example "normal" volume for the cable box is high 20s,/low 30s, PS3 is 10, Bluray DVD is around 20. If not its definitely manageable, just an issue when switching for my daughter and wife.
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There is a setting called "IntelliVolume" that you can set for each input source to normalize the volume levels between sources.

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