Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Try selecting different options for the DSP audio settings. Sometimes a simple 2 channel stereo with subwoofer gives the best dialogue intelligibility. I would avoid fancy reverb presets like auditoriums and churches etc. You probably want to find a nice balance between the dialog, the music and sound FX, and the bass (subwoofer) BEFORE YOU START MESSING WITH THE surround speaker FX. Also, you may find that you have to readjust all the settings for different videos. I finally just opted for the simplest, no-fuss approach. Usually the stereo with sub. For really good concert DVDs, you will probably want to use all the speaker configurations that 5.1, 6.1, and 7.1 support.
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