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Andorid box on TV - quiet sound

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On my 32" TV I connected Android box TX3 pro but when I play some mkv movie in MX player it is really quiet, even with TV sound slider to 100%. Any fix for that? Android is 6.0.

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You can adjust the sound on the box too you know.

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Just now, SupaKomputa said:

You can adjust the sound on the box too you know.

It adjusted to 100%. On some movies is better but on some is very quiet

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Get a player with adjustable sound, like kodi.

With kodi you can boost the sound output.

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7 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Get a player with adjustable sound, like kodi.

With kodi you can boost the sound output.

OK, I try. By any chance does this has some connection with HW, HW and SW decoder?

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Don't know about that, it just maybe the sound level on the file is just too weak.

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6 minutes ago, lorcav123 said:

OK, I try. By any chance does this has some connection with HW, HW and SW decoder?

It's more likely the source of the content you're watching has differing volume levels. Netflix & Amazon video content should be professionally volume leveled, while sources such as YouTube or streamed videos can differ depending on the actual source encoding.

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i have found a lot of mkv movies it all depends on how it was copied/encoded.....some have been know to be crazy loud where others i have to crank up my sound...ive even seen it with netflix depending on what is used to watch...browser is normal loudness but if i use the app i have to turn my sound up a lot more....so it could also be the player your using itself to watch the mkv's

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Crappy converts lead to horrendous audio tracks. Just happens if it's done bad. Also the player might not decode it fully and makes it sound like poo.

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