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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gerardali,The question is what input connection do you have on your TV?
Your Venturer has three types of video outputs: 1) Composite video (single yellow RCA) 2) S-video (single 5 pin cable) 3) Component (3 cables-red, green & blue RCA's).
The component will give the best picture but not all TV's have this connection. The second best is the s-Video but again not all TV's have this connection either. The composite is the lowest quality and the most common available connection.
Make sure that you are using the same audio and video inputs on your TV; such as, if your audio is going in AUX 2, make sure your video connection of choice is going into AUX 2 also.
Maybe because is only read audio, like Photos and mp3 audio only, expecially if read format llike "High Mat" to read photos and music, try to go to instructions manual and see the format what your dvd read.
If you will allow me to make an assumption, you do not have a 5.1 surround system connected to your DVD player. This is a common experience with users of a standard TV or stereo receiver if a movie is being presented in 5.1.
In a surround sound system the center channel speaker provides almost all the vocal tracks while the side channels will provide music and some background noises. You'll still be able to hear the voices in your side speakers, but it will be muted and over powered by music or sound effects.
Some DVD players allow you to "Downmix" the surround signal to stereo. You might want to look around your sound setup on the DVD player or check your owners manual.
There are a few things that may cause this to happen. First I would check your connections for your center channel speaker. in movies with 5.1 surround sound almost all the vocal tracks come out of the center channel.
Otherwise there maybe an issue with the volume levels for the center channel as well, these can normally be adjusted through the setup of your home theater system.