Note that the most common reason that analog (conventional) audio sounds louder than digital is that the analog conventional channels are incorrectly programmed as either AUTO or NFM when they should be programmed as FM (in most bands AUTO = NFM to match the FCC's current licensing requirements for the band...however many if not most existing licensees do not use NFM). Having them set to NFM causes the scanner to see the signal as overmodulated which, for FM, will result in audio that is reproduced much louder than is proper.policefreak said:Thank you everyone. I was able to get to the hidden menu. So I sat there for a good long while and messed with it. Now I increased the digital reference gain to +5 and now the digital audio is almost as loud as the analog audio.