Can't hear the voices on my home samsung HT-X70 home theatre system
I was fast forwarding a dvd and suddenly lost the voice part of the sound. Everything else comes through, the music, background noise, etc., but no voices. I downloaded a software update that was recommended, but to no effect. Same problem.
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1) Unplug player from power socket (for 1min)
2) Connect plug to power socket
3) Using the remote, press POWER button to turn unit on.
4) Press DVD button to enter dvd-mode
5) Press the following remote buttons, in this sequence:
ENTER, 8, 4, 2, 6, 9, ENTER
If done correctly, your dvd should go into Standby mode.
6) Press POWER button to turn unit on.
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Without more data, I can only make some general suggestions.
First: Check your cables. If you are using a converter box, there must be a set of audio and video cables going from the cable box to the Home Theatre unit. These will be a yellow/white/red set of cables. Second: If these cables are plugged into "AUX1" or "AUX2" make sure this is what reads on the front of the HT unit. You already have cables going from the HT to the TV because your DVD works.
Although this sounds obvious (please forgive me-I am not underestimating you) IF your TV receiver is 6 years old or more, and you are NOT using cable or satellite, there will be nothing for your set to pick up since the conversion from analog to digital.
Instruction books are easy to replace. Simply visit the samsung consumer support section of the website select your product specifications and the user manual will be available for download in pdf format. After downloading you can print out if you like or just save on your PC and even forward to friends if need arises. Hope this solution has been helpful?
Start over with some model details. Find the manual for the DVD player and then see what would possibly change the character of its playback. Define 'funny'. Are we talking about audio files or pre-recorded DVD's?