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I am able to hear only music, but no vocal on some dvd's, why?

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Check to be sure that the speaker wires are connected the same for both channels. In other words the phase is the same. If not, then the left is cancelling out the right.

Keep us posted on what you find.

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Dan

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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