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Sound problem Hi I have a problem with watching DVD's. Whilst watching the trailers etc there is no problems, as soon as the main film comes on the sound becomes muted. It is still there but no matter how loud you turn the system up it just sounds like very quiet mumbling. Sometimes the music and background sound is clear but you just can't hear the talking. Because the trailers are ok it is very weird? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Try to check your dvd manual if one is available. turn to the sound section and try to check if your dvd is in the correct settings.

Posted on Feb 18, 2007

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