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I record music on Tascam dp2. Why can't I hear my music in all spks. on 5.1 surr. dvd player? I can hear other cds in all 5 spks.

I listen to older and new artist music cds on 5.1 dvd surround sound and I can hear music in all 5 speakers. When I play my music, It's very low in all speakers and sub woofer. Why?

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When u record music, its important that the background music be at -7db and the vocals should bounce the level meters to just over 0 db,also if u use a mixing console to add more instruments to the mix, the mixed output of the added content MUST BE NO MORE THAN -7db in order to maintain balanced music output to all channels.

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