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bad audio? on ripped dvds

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  1. J0hnnyga

    J0hnnyga Regular member

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    i've been noticing that many of my backups when i play them on my tv with my oppo971h that the sound is very very low i have to crank the tv volume all the way to the max to get a decent level of audio..to back up the dvds ive been using anydvd + shrink and then clonedvd2 to put it on a disc. i also have tried playing divx avi files.. and they play fine at half volume its quite loud.. is there some setting im overlooking on my dvd player? am i backing up the dvds wrong in some way? if all else fails i suppose i could shell out for some giant speakers or something but i have no idea... any help would be greatly appreiacted
     
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    did this problem just start happening? do you have log? what media are you using?

     
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    J0hnnyga Regular member

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    im just noticing the problem now i dont always watch movies as i back them up but i may have been going on for a few months now. im using sony dvds also and no sorry i dont have a log
     
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    what speed are you burn at? try 4x and use verbatem or other mij discs
     
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    J0hnnyga Regular member

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    i havnt changed the burn speed settings so i can only assume its burning at max but ill try verb. disc ill have to run to bestbuy later i guess
     
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    anyone else with sony dvds having this problem?
    when i get home today im gona try playing the backups in a diff dvd player or on my computer for that matter. see if its acutally the dvd player doing it.
     
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    i have seen 3or 4 thread with sony discs as concern in the pasted month
     
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    i really hope its not the sony dvd... that would suck because i have a massive amount of burned dvds on sony discs....
     
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    make sure your burning at 4x
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    when burning try not to multitask.
     
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    J0hnnyga Regular member

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    well i just tested it in a dvd player upstairs and it played very loud at even half volume.... which leads me to believe its an issue with my oppo971h. i guess ill try to hunt for some good sound configurations or maybe call the company about it tomorrow
     
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    thats what is sound like to me. does your player have volume controls










     
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    haha your right on the money. i called oppo just now and there is a volume setting on the dvd player itself( why would anyone do that??? whats the point?) and i had to max it. now its all good. thanks for the responses hopefully this will help someone else too =P
     

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