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Audio playing at a lower pitch

I am not sure if this was posted earlier today:
The audio of my DVD player is sounding a lot lower in pitch than is correct. Everyone sings and talks in a very deep voice. I have tried searching for a "KEY" facility in the "SETUP" menu which many other DVD players have, but to no avail.
HELP!!!!!!!!!!

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If pushing the "Slow" button again on your remote or returning to defaults in the menu doesn't return it to correct playback, Sony has a DVP-SR200P for $38 at Walmart.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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