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center speaker woe

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by nigelcraft, Sep 21, 2003.

  1. nigelcraft

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    i have a technics sa-dx940 and when im watching a film in dolby digital the sound from the centre speaker is really quiet,ive tryed turning up the centre speaker volume but that doesnt help and if i turn the main volume button up when there is a loud noise or lots of action it nearly brings the house down,so i have to struggle to hear the dialogue or put up with the neighbours complaining,do i need to buy a better center speaker?
     
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    Fiddle with dynamic range compression and dialogue normalization (if you have these settings)

    Dynamic range compression will elevate quiet bits, but lessen the loud bits. I find it flattens it out too much.
     
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    cheers for that
    ive got dr comp on it,should i set that to max or off,which would give me louder center speaker sound
     

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