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Sound I don't have full audio play sound when I play a video you can hear the music & special effect sounds are loud but the i voice volume is very low and faint. Do I have something hooked up wrong? And I just moved in and can't locate my remote control.

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I had the same problem, my center speaker came undone.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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Check if the digital compression option is off.turning it on should make the sound equal.also might want to check your volume setting on the main menu when you turn it on.only problem is you need the remote.hope this helps in some way.

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