Any help here would be appreciated. This is causing severe problems. I'm a writer and my office/nook is in the path of the sound. I won't go into details but how can I connect the system so it limits the sound to a steady level?
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I'm not sure how true this is, but I was once told by a sales person that commercials are actually broadcast intentionally with a higher signal so that is louder because most people move around during commercials like to the kitchen for food or snacks, bathroom etc..etc.. and they want to make sure you hear the commercial if you can't see it.
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