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Sanyo dvd-dx516 plays well except when people speak sounds very echoed,music sound ok just speech!!!

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I POSTED THAT SAME PROBLEM. I DO HAVE A SOLUTION WHICH I WILL BE DOING MYSELF TO THE UNIT. GO TO THE GARDEN SHED AND GRAB THE BIGGEST HAMMER YOU CAN FIND. NOW PROCEED TO WHERE THE DVD PLAYER IS SITTING AND SWING THAT BIG HAMMER DOWN ONTO DVD PLAYER NUMEROUS TIMES UNTIL YOUR ANGER AND FRUSTRATION IS OUT, PURCHASE ANOTHER DVD PLAYER LATER ON AND MAKE SURE IT IS NOT ANOTHER SANYO

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