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Samsung HT-BD2 no speech sound when watching BD movies

Hi, I have recently upgraded the firmware to version 1.7 and now my HT-BD2 bluray displays firmware version S/W 100827.01_XSA on the system.

The problem I am having is that I can only hear the background music when watching a bluray movie, but can't hear the speech sound of the actors for some reason.

Do you what could be causing this issue?

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Samsung HT-BD2 no speech sound when watching BD movies

jalalski,

Most of the audio for voices comes from the center channel. Try checking to make sure that the speaker wires are connected properly both in the rear of the unit and at the speaker connection.

Also, what sound mode are you using, and are you getting any sound from the center channel?

--HDTech

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All ok now

Thanks very much for the tip. That's my punishment for having a wife that cleans everything so hard that she managed to snap the wires at the back of the centre speaker. hahahaha Happy

All sorted now.

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All ok now

jalalski,

Hey, it happens. Thanks for posting back.

(Psst.. tell her how clean it was when you were checking - she'll appreciate that!)

--HDTech

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