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Not playing voice but playing music/surround

Hi, my panasonic home theatre was working fine but when i changed one of the movie dvds it is not playing dialogues any more. it is playing the surround sound well though. any suggestions what might be wrong? did i accidentally mess up any settings? it has been fine for more than an year now...

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Re: not playing voice but playing music/surround

Sounds like you may have a dodgy scart lead.check that none of the pins are loose/damaged. Also check the sound settings on the tv, it may have reset itself to the default sound setting. Or it might just be the audio settings on your dvd player have been adjusted,almost all dvd movies have there own audio adjustments.

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