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post #1 of 2 Old 07-19-2012, 10:10 AM - Thread Starter
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I bought a 3D TV a couple of weeks ago (samsung es8000). I discovered that when watching 3D movies on my blu-ray player (Panasonic BDT-210), the dialog volume is extremely too low. I don't know how to fix this because the sound effects are not too low. What settings can i adjust? I have a feeling this problem will exist on other players too?

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I have that issue too on my player that connected directly to my vizio TV.
In my HT, using a state of the art AVR there is a setting called Dolby Volume that is designed to increase clarity and reduce wide ranges of sound. If you have a problem with a particular movie, turn that on and the voices will expand above the music but it doesn't reduce the impact of certain sound effects. Dolby has a patent on this. It also levels the volume on TV commercials perfectly and I keep it on all the time for my Dish Network DVR.
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