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This is typical of sound systems that come with TVs, especially flat screens. You need to look into purchasing an external sound system, such as a sound bar or a surround sound system. That way you can have better control of background/voice ratios.
what you need to do is go into the equliser and adjust the settings till you are happy with it this is the only way to do it i would also maybe advise a surround sound system for around 70 dollars as you said your picture is great you may as well get surround sound to go with your home cinema experience the problem is it depends on ur hearing you may be able to adjust the equliser this would solve anyones problem but with some people their hearing is a bit more selective the tiny little speakers used in these systems make annoying background noisethe only thing i could advise is a surround sound sytem if you still notice it when you adjust the equliser but trust me it is not ur tv it is how good ur hearing is i hate a tv with tiny speakers
This is gong to sound lame because I don't know the answer but I can point you in the right direction. The same thing happened when I got my new TV, but that was years ago. If you have you TV set to broadcast in surround sound, it sends the talking to a "fifth" speaker in the middle of the room. The background sounds, like thunder and gunshots, are sent to the speakers that project out into the room, so it sounds like the background sound is all around you. HOWEVER if you do not have a surround-sound speaker system, there is no fifth speaker for the voices to go to. Now, i don't remember what the settings are called, but I'll bet if you call the store where you got your tv they can tell you.
You have a 2.1 sound card. (Wont work) You need at least a 5.1 sound card. Go to Tiger Direct and they sell lots of good 5.1 sound cards. Excellent custormer service. Best Buy has sound cards also. I love logitec speakers, sounds as good as my 700 watts system. I use ATI sound cards.
Well you have some options, you can either live with 2 speakers and change the settings back to default. Im assuming the colors you have are orange black and green. black= the surround sound speakers. orange= center and subwoofer. green=right left front
Now if u want true surround sound then you need to buy a new card that had all the ports for your speakers.