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    Watching DVD Movies...

    Hey Guys,

    Got a quick problem with my Laptop & Watching DVDs

    When I play a DVD, the Picture is perfect, the sound crisp, but the vocals extremely quiet in comparison with the rest of the sound track.

    Never had such a problem with my Main PC at home, but has haunted me on the laptop since I bought it. (Interestingly enough, when I play .avis the sound is fine?)

    Cheers for any help,

    Dave

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    I have fixed it, grin.

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    What, you're not going to tell us how it was fixed?

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    For the benefit of others that might have the same fault what was the solution or is it a secret?

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    Set to 5.1 by any chance ?
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    I'd imagine so - hence why the centre channel isn't there and why you're not hearing the dialogue so well.

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