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Yamaha RX-A750 setup - muffled voices

Just replaced an old HK 2 channel for the Yamaha RX-A750. I hooked everything up the same way (2.1) until I find a center and satellites.

Anyway - it seems like voices are really muffled now. I currently have the dialogue enhance turned all the way up (+3) and treble set to +4 and still seems a bit muffled compared to my old HK. Ive tried the multiple DSP programs and even just setting it to straight stereo with no luck. Currently running HDMI from cable box > AVR > TV, with TV speakers turned off.


FWIW, only the L/R and sub channels are enabled (center is off, rear L/R is off). Is there anything else I am missing?
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Just replaced an old HK 2 channel for the Yamaha RX-A750. I hooked everything up the same way (2.1) until I find a center and satellites.

Anyway - it seems like voices are really muffled now. I currently have the dialogue enhance turned all the way up (+3) and treble set to +4 and still seems a bit muffled compared to my old HK. Ive tried the multiple DSP programs and even just setting it to straight stereo with no luck. Currently running HDMI from cable box > AVR > TV, with TV speakers turned off.


FWIW, only the L/R and sub channels are enabled (center is off, rear L/R is off). Is there anything else I am missing?
Hi, looks like its a similar issue with same receiver connected to Klipisch HD Theater 500 speakers.
Have you been able to do something about?
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Did you setup the system using YPAO?
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Did you setup the system using YPAO?
Did the auto setup, played with the manual setup options, tried different configurations same problem.
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Just curious to see if that would help. Next I'd look at your room setup for speakers/listening position. Receiver wouldn't be top of my list (even with a recent change of just avr---or were there other changes involved as well?). Personally I've tried movies without a center and didn't care for it, much prefer having a center speaker since a 5ch/7ch mix will use it heavily.
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