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For this particular problem, you have a mismatch between your Blueray player and your home theater system. It sounds like your Blueray has the audio set to Dolby Digital which has most of the dialog correlated to the Center Channel Speaker and your home theater system set to stereo. Once you get the two talking the same language, so to speak, you will be able to hear the dialog.
If you have both Digital connections such as Digital Audio RCA or Digital Optical Toslink as well as Analog L/R audio connected to your HT system, you can remove on or the other and trouble shoot from there.
I hope this information is helpful for your system fix.
If this is on a home made dvd then that is probably where you the problem is.
If you try a proper store bought dvd and that works then you know its the other dvd.
But if a proper store bought dvd give the same errors then it could b a setting or part of the sound replay circuits that have or ore dying
The sound you are hearing is the lens attempting to focus. Since it seems to recover, this could be an alignment problem or just a connection problem. Without seeing the waveforms of the tracking circuit, I can not say for sure. If this is a new unit, return it for warranty exchange or repair.
i don't think thats possible. what you are hearing is the 'mixed' track.
to hear the unmixed tracks (there may be 2 or 3 in all) you wld have to play the dvd using an editing software on a computer where all the audio tracks can be seen separately and one or some or all can be turned off / turned down, etc.