thats a really good idea...is anybody has 2k14 on xbox?
if yes please tell us if the center speaker is working in dts or dolby without modify the signal with receiver....
i would be really apreciate!
That's what resogun does...the voice comes out of the speaker on the controller.
I have Ghosts on PS4 and can say that the center channel works but is not audio for that channel. When a person is talking the voice comes out of center channel no matter where the character is on the screen. Even if he's behind you. However, the center channel (on any shooter) should play the gun fire audio. On Ghosts and BF4, the sound of your weapon being fired, even the sound of your knife slicing through the air, comes from the left and right speaker and never from the center. This is not right as the center channel should display footsteps, your players voice, your gunfire, and anything else that happens directly in front of you. This is not the case with the PS4. I had Ghosts on the ps3 first and the audio was exactly how it should be. After upgrading to PS4 I noticed the huge difference in sound. I have all AAA titles from launch and Killzone, AC black flag, knack and bluray movies have the center channel playing the proper audio. Netflix, BF4, Ghosts, Resogun, and even the UI of PS4 have a messed up center channel. This must be a software and not a hardware issue. I have contacted sony today and they are shipping a new PS4 after I send mine back. They said they have never heard of this problem but were expediting a return box within 24 hours and should have my new unit by friday. That's pretty quick in my opinion. I tried a complete reinstall of all system software and still no change. I don't recall noticing the issue until 1.51 came out. Maybe a problem there. If you have any more info please share it.
I was having a problem when using headphones (optical connection) either through my receiver or PS4 gamepad - so it had to be the console. The center channel would be low or nonexistent. I then switched to HDMI audio and I'm getting the center channel on normal levels.
Just an FYI if this helps figure out the problem.