help please

jasonjbj

Active Member
when i play a film the speaking comes from the center speaker
yet when i play i music concert dvd
all the speaking and music come from all speakers
any ideals or do music dvds sound like that /
anyone help going around the twist !
 

balders

Active Member
What settings are you using on your amp when playing the different sounds? I've noticed that some concert DVDs use either 2-channel dolby or stero as the default sound format, and so my my amp into 2-channel mode, hence 5-channel stereo, or DPLII, etc (and hence comes from all speakers). Films tend to have a default of DD 5.1 and so the amp flicks into DD mode.

I also found that selecting the DD5.1 soundtrack for the concert DVD then enabled the amp to pick up the DD signal correctly.

Balders.
 

jasonjbj

Active Member
its shows 5.1 playing and i change to dts
and still the same
dvd is bon jovi the left feels right live
still can not work it out!!
speakers are the missions av2
any other ideals?
 

mjn

Distinguished Member
it could be encoded like that....
 

davehk

Active Member
The main(L-R) speakers should not be more that about 6ft apart for playing normal stereo music (ie with no centre channel information), or you get the well known hole-in-the-middle effect.
 

jasonjbj

Active Member
there about 3 ft away each way
never had them that far away before
just wallmounted them
but thought singing and speaking would just come from center
on a live music dvd
 

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