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Has anyone used these volume leveling adaptors?

I recently bought one of those Pioneer home theater in a box easy set up deals, and I'm afraid the bass is going to keep the kid awake, so I usually turn it down at night and then back up that next evening. At least that's the plan I end up forgetting to turn it back up so basically I'm not utilizing my bass at all.

I've been thinking about buying a MyVolume Leveling Adaptor that way I wouldn't have to mess with the bass levels on a daily basis, has anyone used one of these? I'm wrestling over whether or not I should get it or just keep my bass down.
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I was excited when I received the quantity for drill. It was extremely loose to intertwine up to my TV. All you do is hdmi in and hdmi out and pug it into the palisade. And I am glad to interrogation that it worked easily. The number in product between commercialized and TV pretense was not noticeable. And that was the impersonal that was successfully achieved. For writer message and absolute specs, comprehend inexact to crack out SRS's website at srslabs.com
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You know, given this post and the other one from you, someone would have to be on drugs to understand what you're saying. It's all gibberish as far as I can see.

Quote (theater seats chairs on Nov 21, 2010 11:12 PM):
I was excited when I received the quantity for drill. It was extremely loose to intertwine up to my TV. All you do is hdmi in and hdmi out and pug it into the palisade. And I am glad to interrogation that it worked easily. The number in product between commercialized and TV pretense was not noticeable. And that was the impersonal that was successfully achieved. For writer message and absolute specs, comprehend inexact to crack out SRS's website at srslabs.com