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Sound problems Hello, when I play a cd on my new lg, its sounds like an echo. Also the voice is in the background. I can't get it fixed! Many thanks

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Does your system feature a DSP mode to change the sound to simnulate various room acoustics? Sounds like it does and is set for something like 'concert hall' or 'Arena' mode. Try to see if there is a button on the unit to change DSP modes or turn it off.
Hope this helps you.

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What`s the model no. of the music system,

Please check whether the system is in Karoke mode ?

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