January 25th, 2013, 03:06 AM
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Xilinhot, China
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I'm sure it's due to the fact that many movies, especially big-budget blockbusters tend to have a very wide dynamic range in their soundtracks. Spoken dialogues may be rather quiet, while action scenes and music can be quite loud. Great in the movie theatre, not so good on a personal device like a cell-phone.
What you need is a way of compressing or levelling the dynamic range of the movie's soundtrack. TBH I'm not sure if there's any movie player apps that can do that. I know VLC offers dynamiic range compression on PCs. VLC is available for Android, not sure if it offers soundtrack levelling though, I've not tried it.
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