Playbar--Switching from Music to TV

When I switch to a music service on the Playbar, I noticed it affects the volume range for the TV audio.

Going from music to the TV--->the audio seems low. I will raise the volume on the remote to hear the TV. It will be about 70-80 (out of 100) on the screen. It is usually at about 20 for the volume and it is fine. There are times that I noticed I reach the max and barely hear the audio from the TV

To get out of this condition, I change the volume to zero on the TV and then do the same on the App. The volume then works properly,

Best answer by UKMedia 7 June 2018, 10:02

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Great suggestions everyone! As others have said, if the Playbar (or any other Sonos player) switches to the TV input, it means that the signal was detected by Autoplay.

In my experience, it's usually from the TV waking up briefly to send data over the network (this can be done without the screen even turning on). So you can check auto-updates in the TV or some other settings that might include the wake on LAN or other data services that might kick on.