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Background noise while watching downloaded movies or tv shows drowns out dialogue

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SOURCE: When I am watching a TV show or a movie the music in the background drowns out the talking on the TV. How can I adjust that so I can hear the conversations more clearly?

Your audio is probably set incorrectly. Do you have external speakers, or, are you using the TV speaker?

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