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Windows Media Player audio louder than voice

I've recently downloaded the Focus T25 Workout and when I hit the playback, in Windows Media Player, the music was much louder than the voice. I tried playing the video in VLC and it had no audio issues at all, everything was clear and seemed to work perfectly. The reason I use Media Player is because I have my Xbox connected via Media Center, to the big screen downstairs and it makes it easier to watch movies or do workouts. Any ideas to fix the audio in Media Player?

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    I'll give that a try, thanks.

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