Can hear everything except the te voices in movies.
Hi there I have the Spherex and I love it, but recently when I play DVDs through it I can't hear the voices, they are ther, but barely audible. I'm running from an XBox 360 with an optical line. All other soud is great. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Re: Can hear everything except the te voices in movies.
You could try hitting the dynamic compression button on the remote and that makes the highs and lows close im not sure if this will help but it might and another thing you can do is hit the front green button up more so it will be louder hope this helps
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Since Video and Audio are on separate tracks, the only solution is to obtain a program that allows you to alter one or more tracts to your satisfaction. Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate v184.108.40.206 is an example.
Most of the sounds you are hearing good are background sounds. If you are running a surround system, you might want to try adjusting the output of your primary speakers, checking for the correct setting on your receiver, and verifying that your central audio is in the correct section ( receiver output ).
If you are not using surround sound, Check the in-game menu (Pause) for an audio section, some games allow you to turn the character voices up and the music down. If you don't have that option, try using a new output cord from your xbox to Tv.
An old trick to remove vocals from a song was to rip the right channel, then the left, the combine them (since vocals are typically mixed in a third 'center' channel, though things like reverb or echo are applied to the right and/or left channels which sounds like what you are hearing).
I would play with the balance and mixer settings and see if you can get the vocals back. Also try other speakers or even headphones and see if you have the same problem.
If the xbox is not able to recognise the usb, it is most likely that the product is not compatible with the xbox i would look for an adapter which would take the usb connection to the xbox's analog connection, or if your speakers have a stero 2.5 connection then you can easily find an adapter to connect to the xbox's analog connection in the back, the analog connection is the red and white ports at the back!.
After looking for this cable and talking to some of my friends - I was able to determine what type of cable it is. it is called a Mini din 9 pin male to male.
Molded Cable, Mini din 9 Pin Male to Male, 6.0 feetI bought from this guy - http://www.stockcable.com/products.php?pid=17&detail=true#thumb
hopefully you fellas from across the pond can find a place to purchase it.
call spherex416 321 6211 when you call they will say its api (audio products international) and say you have lost your remote to your spherex xbox suround sound and they will transfer you to the parts department or ask to be transfered then tell the person there you would like to buy a spherex remote and the guy told me its about $14and plus shiping he said is $25 idk why shipping is so expensive. but i did not order yet because i dont have my debit card yet and the problem with me was i dropped my remote while music was playiong then it wouldnt turn it on or off or do anything for that matter but the led still lit up along with the ir led because i checked with my camera so im buying a new one i just hope that i broke when i droped it not something else and i took it apart theres like nothing in it that could brake lol i hope this helps it was long i know sorry.