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When playing a DVD, I can only hear the music in the movie. All the talking, and background noise can not be heard. Not sure how to fix!!! please help!!!!

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    I have the same problem. I can hear the background noise but no dialogue!

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Salutations robn7499,

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.

I hope this helps.
Jon
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Posted on May 06, 2008

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