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Fallout 4 audio problem (xbox one).

Anyone else playing fallout 4 through a 5.1 or 7.1 audio system?

I don't know why, but on this game, and only on this game, dialauge comes through the surround speakers at a way higher volume than through the center channel. If I face away from characters, I can hear them plain as day. When I am looking right at them, I can barely hear them unless I turn the volume way up.

It's frustrating because audio from my blu ray player, or any other game or app on the xbox one seems to be fine.
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Anyone else playing fallout 4 through a 5.1 or 7.1 audio system?

I don't know why, but on this game, and only on this game, dialauge comes through the surround speakers at a way higher volume than through the center channel. If I face away from characters, I can hear them plain as day. When I am looking right at them, I can barely hear them unless I turn the volume way up.

It's frustrating because audio from my blu ray player, or any other game or app on the xbox one seems to be fine.
Not sure why this wasn't posted in the Fallout forum but OK.


Yes I have used the audio via a surround system and no, I don't experience the issue you are facing. When I turn my character the sound changes depending on where I am facing. It doesn't drop as dramatically like you say it does when facing them. This is with a 7.1 surround system but only hooked up via the optical cable, I don't run the HDMI through it right now for other reasons to boring to get into.

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