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My tv automatically adjusts sound (decreasing volume). if music soundtrack gets loud, the voice sound mutes or at least decreases so much that you can't hear dialogue. I have tried to fix this using the remote menue to access the sound and adjusting from there, but it doesn't do the trick. Dialogue still can't be heard and music is too loud, Help!

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Mine does this too. Sorry if i tell you the wrong button, because i can't test it right now because I'm having the problem where my remote doesn't work. But i would either push the MTS button or the P. Mode don't remember which it was, but it would change the audio from stereo to mono and i think you want mono to fix it.

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