Re: Audio and 5.1 Problem
Whenever I watch a DVD or TV show the voices in the program come only
out of the center and front left and right speakers. The rest of the
audio, such as music and sound effects come out of all five speakers
but i would like the voices to as well. How do I go about doing this?
Depends on who and and how the sound was mixed.
I've seen several movies where the sound of the person speaking comes
from a speaker matching the appoximate location that the character
would be standing. It can be good or bad as an effect. It's a bit
wierd when you are used to everything coming from the front, and then
it comes from somewhere else, you sort of involuntarily turn your head
to look at the source.
It's a crap shot at best when you watch a movie at home, you are at the
mercy of whoever mixed the sound and what choices they made.
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