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Can't hear the voices when I play a DVD, only the music

When I play a DVD I can't hear any of the people talking but I can hear the music. I had to turn the volume on the player itself WAY up to just barely hear the voices but then then music was unbelievable loud. Also where can I find a universal remote for it? I asked at BestBuy and the guy in electronics looked at me like I had 5 heads because I said it was a Kawasaki...

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WE'VE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM SINCE WE MOVED AND DISCONNNED THE SPEAKERS?
IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THE SURROUND SOUND WAS NOT HOOKED UP? AND THIS COU\LD CAUSE THE PROBLEM?

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