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Background sounds For example: when watching a sporting event, the background sounds of the crowd is louder than the voices of the commentators. Same thing when watching a movie or regular programming...the background sounds of music, etc. covers up the main speakers! How can this be corrected?

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  • MickeyGee Jan 21, 2008

    That was exactly what was needed. Thanks so much.

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Go to the sound menu and shut off the BTSC-sound, SRS Panoramic 3D sound and place it into stereo.

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

  • Robert Johnson Jan 20, 2008

    after looking at the manual there is a SRS button on the remote which toggles the effect on/off

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