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Backround sound is fine but voices speaking are muted

When watching a dvd with the nexxtech dr30g0 .... you can hear all backround sound such as music and such fine but when characters speak, it is muted ....you can barely hear any sound.

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I'm not sure of this system but if this was mine I would say it sounds like your playing this in a 2-Channel mode which eliminate the center channel.
you music may be set up fine, but the mode you play a dvd in may be set up for 2-channel mode. try a dolby prologic 5-channel or some other mode if you have one.

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Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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