My wife and I enjoy watching an episode of something to wind down at night. For regular TV, I have the volume at 10 - wife at 15. We can hear (almost) everything. With NetFlix, we have to turn the volume up to 28, 30, 35. A lot higher. Even at those elevated volumes, dialogue is hard to make out. We want to turn up the TV, but then we come to the end of an episode, or some kind of background music, and get blasted into the next room. We often will turn on the stereo; even at the same volume in the room, it is much easier to hear and understand dialogue. Unfortunately, my daughter's room is above the family room, and the bass just travels into her room and her patients can hear it. No stereo until after 21:00 many nights, by which time my wife is asleep. Even with the stereo, we still have the same problem - dialogue is a normal volume, but then music or theme song or whatever blow us into the next room Yeah, it's probably the crap speakers on our garbage Samsung TV adding to the problem. But why is NetFlix so bad about dialogue volumes compared to other sound? Why does NetFlix need so much boost compared to other services? Yeah yeah yeah third world problems and all that.