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Sound imbalance So, I have a weird problem..it seems that my sound is out of balance meaning that background music, sound effects, etc. are louder than the actual dialogue. Is this common? If so, any ideas? I tried using the menu but I wasn't sure what to press. Any thoughts?

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IS YOUR TV CONNECT TO SOUND SYSTEM LIKE COMPONENT OR AMPLIFIER. IF SO . TRY TO DISCONNECT IT. SO THAT YOU MAY KNOW WHO CAUSE THE TROUBLE. OR MAY BE YOU SET YOUR TV MONO.

Posted on Jun 13, 2007

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