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Audio receiver! I'm using a KLH R7000 receiver, I know not the best but, I'm trying to figure out how to get sound from it using the DTS and Dolby Digital II features. This is the deal, I have a PS3 hooked up to it using a digital optical audio and for some reason I'm not able to hear any talking. I can hear all the action going on but if I want to hear what anyone is saying I have to turn it up way loud and then with all the action going on it's too loud. Why is the talking so low and everything else is too loud? I have the front left and right speakers a subwoofer and the left and right rear speakers hooked up, not a center speaker as of now. It might be my receiver settings but I'm not too sure how to set it up. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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When I watch movies, most of the talking is directed to the center speaker. During surround sound, this gives a more realistic environment, with voices coming from the source (center where your tv is) and ambeint noise coming from the left/right corners.

Get a small center speaker to solve your problem.

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