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No audible voices

One day I put a dvd  in my computer and I noticed that the music was fine but somehow the voices were all muffled, it sounded like they were talking in a cellar somewhere far away. I have the same problem with my dvd-player that's connected to my TV but the problem only shows with one particular dvd.  At the moment none of the DVDs I put in the DVD-player of my computer have proper voices. Please help me.

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The problem sounds like a setting miss match , with music it is not so noticeable as it is louder and has higher spectrum of sounds , but with monoliphic voices you pick out the disinction more check your sound utilities program particuarly the graphic equalizer if it has one windows does in sound properties and advanced setings if you have a seprate sound utility ie: hd sound etc check that your effects settings havent been changed ...Regards Vortash

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