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DTS Sounds Like Crap.

When i select the DTS audio setting on a DVD that has DTS it sounds like the channels are switching from speaker to speaker. The sound also goes low then high at the same time. When it's in any other audio setting there is no problem. I had returned one unit back to the store only to get another one with the same problem. I have just chalked it up to that this is because it's a bad batch of systems manufactured. So i just watch movies in 5.1 instead. But if there is a way to fix the problem then that would be great.

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SOURCE: Nexxtech ESDVD100 DVD player gone bad, how to replace?

You can try cleaning it with a dvd disk cleaner first. If that dont work by a cheap dvd player and run it to the inputs on the back of the surround player.

Posted on May 24, 2010

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Hello

Yes, fortunately this is only a minor setting which needs to be set right. Although i have never worked on this unit before, all you need to do is to have a look on the remote itself.

The problem is that the player is set to play through the wrong channels. Hence, you can hear the background music and sound, but not the voices. This is because the voice is sent to a channel which does not exist.

On the remote there is usually a button saying channel or sound channel...Something in this line. This will enable you to cycle through the sound channels(2.0 ; 5.1 ; 7.1 etc)

If you cannot find this button on the remote, you will need to have a look around in the sound setting menu.

Hope this can be of help.

Kind regards
Andrea


Posted on Aug 14, 2010

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