wondering why there is such a large difference in volume level when switching between DVD and TV. Explanation: Watching a movie on a RCA DVD player and when movie is over I switch to TV using the remote that goes to my Onkyo receiver (DVD player and TV go through the receiver). The sound is a great deal louder when switched to the TV. Have to hurry up and turn the volume level down on the receiver or it blows me away. Have checked all receiver settings and they are all the same for both components. Also have the same problem when watching the VCR and then switching to TV. All audio is played through surround sound (klipsh speakers). My DVD is not connected by a digital output. I use regular RCA Audio/Video connectors. I also do not think that the problem is caused by a large dynamic range because I have the same problem when switching from VCR to TV. I can also switch to TV while watching a scene with normal conversation volume levels or even whispering and the problem still occurs.