The best thing for you to try is to see if your TV has a NONE or FLAT setting or something similar in its audio settings. Any other setting is intended to make the TV sound much better to the user, but it plays with the mixers' intended mix.
"RokuMarkn" wrote:"DoolinDalton" wrote:
What if the movie that I was having this volume problem via Roku didn't have the problem when viewed on my computer? Does this encoding issue only affect movies viewed through Roku? Or should it also affect movies viewed through computer?
Netflix provides different streams to computers vs. the streams to the Roku. So playing the "same" movie on your computer is actually playing a completely different file which was probably encoded differently.