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The Rama in Orach Chaim siman 132 seif 1 says that in Uvah LeTzion (kedusha de'sidra) the parts of the kedusha that are translated into Aramaic should not be said aloud. The Mishnah Berurah sk4 says that the Aramaic should be said as an individual since "everything that is in Aramaic should not be said berabim" The perush Matok MiDvash explains the reason ...
The Chabad minhag is to specifically say this prayer quietly. I know for sure sources mention saying it quietly during the Kabbolas Shabbos prayer, but have not seen any sources regarding conduct during other services. http://chabad-il.org/hit/hit212.htm#6 (in Hebrew) In the new print of Tehillas Hashem published by Kehos, this law is brought down.
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