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No Audio for vocals track on DVDs

HI!
I just bought a Philips Home Theater System HTS 3568. Till day before it was working fine. Today I am trying to watch some movies but there is no audio for the vocal track on the speakers.

It is hooked up to a Sony Bravia 32'' S400 through an HD cable and everything was working fine till last night.

Help on how to sort this issue out.

Thanks

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If the audio is going into the television then you have to set the audio output to 2 channel. if you are using all the supplied speakers, then the audio output should be set to 5.1 /6 CH

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