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Backround sounds louder than voices on movies.

Discussion in 'Home Theater PC' started by cheyenne1, May 3, 2007.

  1. cheyenne1

    cheyenne1 Member

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    Many movies I have watched on rental DVD, back-up DVD and purchased DVD's have the backround sound (i.e. music, nature sounds etc.) louder than the voices that you want to hear. In other words I can't understand what the actors are saying.
    Anyone else having that problem?
    Anyone have a cure?
     
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    attar Senior member

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    I find that pressing the 'audio' button on the remote and switching to another (english) track makes a difference.
    Also in the initial setup of the player, turning on 'Dynamic Range Compensation' helps.
     
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    cheyenne1 Member

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    Thanks.
    I'll try changing the DRC.
     

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