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The speach during a movie sounds muffled

Hi i have a sony home cinema/reciever about 5 years old or so and recently when watching a dvd the trailers will look and sound fine but the main film will play fine visually and i can hear the music clearly but when somebody speaks during the film their voice is very muffled and sounds like im listening under water - any suggestions. ps my sky runs through the reciver as well and is fine it is only wilst trying dvd`s - cheers r leaker

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  • r_leaker Dec 16, 2008

    hi the model no is Sony 5.1 Home Cinema Kit DAV-DZ260 0- regards r leaker

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Hello,
Please download Instruction Manual of DAV-DZ260 from Sony Support and go to page 25 and select appropriate sound option.
The disc in player doesn't match with current sound selection thats why you hear muffled sound.
Thank you.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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