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I have SONY 55" TV with 20 Watts speaker output. Upon connection to the cable converter the volume need to bring it up at least 60 on a scale of 1-100 for a descent hear of the conversation. If I buy a sound bar with built in sub-woofer, should I look for something more than 20 Watts or what kind of technical capability I need to hear clearly ?
 

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Your problem may be with the audio settings of the cable box. I know my Time Warner boxes have a couple of settings in the audio menu that can make a pretty big difference in the volume of the television.
 

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Originally Posted by mr51  /t/1467580/sound-bar-advice#post_23185987


Your problem may be with the audio settings of the cable box. I know my Time Warner boxes have a couple of settings in the audio menu that can make a pretty big difference in the volume of the television.

In addition, I need to manually turn the volume all the way up on my cable box. Not with the remote. Actually hitting the VOL+ button on my cable box until it's maxed out. If I don't, the volume is low or I hear an annoying noise. Once I turn the volume up on my cable box once, I can control the volume on my TV.
 
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