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When playing music, can here vocals sometimes.

When playing music, can hear vocals sometimes. Sound is very sporadic.

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You need to get a new sound card because the one that you have is going out.

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If you want you can select stereo mode when listening to just music. Not the surround modes. Or you can check the centre channel is working and not switched off. Some amps have the ability to switch speakers off in different modes or settings.

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Is setting to "vocal" an eq selection, or a "dolby" stereo selection?

Are you using a dolby surround stereo receiver with left, right, center, rear, etc.?? If so, try turning off any effects, or anything that would send signal to the center speaker.

Lastly, depending on what the source of your music is, it is possible if your connections or receiver settings are not correct...that the music upon playback will be out of polarity, meaning the vocal portion will cancel out. Combining left and right signal together can sometimes do this as well.

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I would play with the balance and mixer settings and see if you can get the vocals back. Also try other speakers or even headphones and see if you have the same problem.

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