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Venturer AVR2000, home theatre system

Problem is the background audio and music and effects are louder than the main audio tracks and often bury the main audio track.

All audio-in is from left/right line in coax. None from digital sources.
DVD players, sat dishes, cable boxes. All same problem.
Cannot be sure FM radio shares this problem but I think so.

Had this problem since bought new from wal-mart boxing day sale, years ago.

All 6 speakers produce seperate channels of sound, sound test feature on remote works the way it is expected to.

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  • XTS3000 Mar 16, 2008

    Only one of my devices has digital audio out, and I hardly use it (DVD player).

    It is a slight improvement, but not the solution.

    Sometimes I have to switch from 3-D sound to 2-D sound to be able to understand what's going on.

    Defeats the purpose of the whole unit.

    There is something out of whack, whether it's pots that need tweeking... ?

    If someone can track down the alighnment instructions, I sure would like to see them, or know what it says about this.

    Thanks for the reply.

  • georgechubb Jul 14, 2008

    Pl;ease can you tell me what to set my speakers to to get back the standard quality of sound from my dvd player?

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I have same system and had same problem until I connected digital audio coax to receiver from digital source.(orange port). Also try making the center front speaker much louder volume setting than all other speakers. hope it helps.

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