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Philips HTS6510 Sound Problem

On most DVDs the vocals on the soundtrack is quiet & sounds distant as though one of the channels is faulty. It seems like a faulty cable or is their a simple solution?

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  • Anonymous Jul 17, 2008

    Hi,

    I have the very same issue with th HTS6510 sound in general, it seems that a channel is missing and the sound won`t get any "full". Even with a music CD, the quality is pretty poor, like an old walkman when the headphones jack would not fit in correctly and we only had a part of the sound. Is it normal or is there any issue with the system?

    Any help is much appreciated!!

    Thanks

    Cheers

    Gio

  • chcov Jul 17, 2008

    I'm having the same problem, did you manage to solve this?

  • Robert50 Oct 08, 2008

    Hi, that's a good comment regarding the phase cancellation - it's sounds feasible. However, the speaker cables have connectors that plug into the back of the DVD player, which would suggest that these have been manufactured incorrectly.

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You seem to be having a "phase cancellation" problem
Are you sure the speakers are connected properly ? one of them might be connected in reverse - the + is in the - slot in one of the speakers which will cause phase cancellation problems, in other words, signals that are coming from both speakers will cancel out each other because one of the speakers is working in reverse phase.
Check wikipedia for phase cancellation.

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