I have a Panasonic DVD player (DVD-CV50) and when I watch a DVD the dialogue is much to quiet compared to other noises in the movie. I have to constantly have the remote in my hand to adjust the volume because in order to hear the dialogue the volume has to be up to a point where any other noise or sound effects are blaring. The DVD player has a setting that is supposed to make dialogue louder, but it doesn't seem to help. My DVD audio is only through my surround sound speakers, but I don't have the same dialogue audio problem when I'm watching TV (whether I'm using the surround sound or the TV speakers). Could my problem have something to do with the cinema modes that my receiver selects when it plays a DVD? It usually selects a dolby digital 5.1 cinema mode for DVDs, but when I'm watching TV it uses Pro Logic II. I'd hate to have to listen to DVD is Pro Logic, but I'll test that out next time I watch a DVD to see if I have the same problem. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.