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Background sound too loud

Recently the tv is making the background music of a tv show louder than the words so that we cannot hear. turning it up only makes it worse as the background music gets more louder.



any suggestions? thanks.

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Re: background sound too loud

Check the audio settings. You might need to reduce the surround sound effect or increase the Center (dialogue)

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