I recently bought a Yahoo! YHT 630 home theatre system, and i am having some issues with the sound quality of it. All speakers work well and everything, but I seem to be getting alot more volume out of the surround speakers and sub than what i am through the center speaker, which plays primarily voice, etc. Does anyone have any idea as to why this may be, or what i can do to fix this? There isn't individual volume control on my head unit, but i can adjust the dynamic (?) of the speakers, but i find this does little for the system. Any ideas? please post back or email! Thanks
This is the way speakers sound on most theatre systems. It just depends on how much power is in the system itself. The more power the better the sound.
If you have a button on your remote that has the word 'LEVEL' on it, press this and you can change the power that goes to each speaker.
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This is probably a setting problem on your remote-the unit will ony give full surround sound on Movies like dvd-on TV you may not get all speakers going as the cable does not provide signals to drive all speakers-check your manual and change to the appropriate setting-pro-logic is bad for this-will not give sound to all speakers unless the signal tells it to.