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Sound Problems...(Center speaker - No voices)..Please help!

All speakers are hooked up. We know this because when we play a CD where can clearly hear the singer and as well as the band. However when we play a DVD we can only hear the background noises but not the people talking. We ran a "Pink Noise" test and all speakers sounded except the center speaker. How is it that we can hear the Center speaker when a CD is played, but when a DVD is played only the background is heard? Please respond anyone. ASAP. Thanks.

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