How do I reset my TV sound settings?
1 Press the Home button on your remote control. 2 Using the directional pad on your remote, navigate to and select Settings. 3 Navigate to and select Sound > Expert Settings. 4 Navigate to and select Reset Sound.
- Set up a work profile.
- Open your phone's Settings app.
- Tap Sound & vibration. ...
- Scroll down to "Work profile sounds."
- Choose your ringtones and sounds.
- Changing your TV's sound mode can often improve quality. ...
- Your TV's equalizer settings let you take control and configure the sound the way you want it. ...
- Advanced sound processing modes may improve audio quality, so experiment turning them on or off.
On your TV, navigate to Settings, then select Support, and then select Self Diagnosis. Select Sound Test and wait for the test to finish. If the test reveals a problem, you can try resetting the sound. From Settings, select Sound, then select Expert Settings, and then select Reset Sound.
- Right-click on the speaker icon in the bottom right corner of your screen and select "Sound settings"
- Scroll down to where it says "more sound settings" and give it a click.
Step 1: Right-click on the Start button in the taskbar area and then click Device Manager to open the same. Step 2: In the Device Manager, expand Sound, video and game controllers tree. Step 3: You should now see your audio driver's name.
Standard—Balances treble and bass. This setting is good for watching standard TV broadcasts. Theater—Enhances treble and bass for a rich sound experience. This setting is good for watching DVDs, Blu-ray discs, and HDTV.
Make sure your TV and receiver aren't muted. Adjust the volume on your remote. Make sure the output on your TV is set to stereo or surround sound. Unplug your receiver, wait at least 60 seconds, and plug it back in.
TV Audio Settings
In your TV's audio or sound menu, check all settings. Some options, such as “night mode” flattens out sound and is not good for dialogue. Surround sound can also be an issue. Try turning these features off and listening to your program again.
The highest quality MP3 has a bitrate of 320kbps, whereas a 24-bit/192kHz file has a data rate of 9216kbps. Music CDs are 1411kbps. The hi-res 24-bit/96kHz or 24-bit/192kHz files should, therefore, more closely replicate the sound quality the musicians and engineers were working with in the studio.
How can I improve the sound in my TV room?
Add a soundbar or soundbase
If you don't have the space or budget for a traditional hi-fi or AV system but still want to experience better sound from your TV, a soundbar or soundbase might be the solution you're looking for.
Many home TVs have relatively low fidelity speakers which accentuate upper mid-range and high frequencies, while the human voice tends to be in the mid-audio range. The rest of the sound spectrum, which would ideally help keep music and voices distinct, is often deficient on home televisions.
Set the audio output setting of the source device to output a compatible audio signal. IMPORTANT: If using a set-top box, make sure the volume is turned up on the set-top box. You also may need to go into the set-top box menu and select HDMI in the Audio Settings or Audio Coding section to pass the audio to the TV.
- Go to Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual > Headphone Accommodations, then turn on Headphone Accommodations.
- Tap Custom Audio Setup, then follow the onscreen instructions. Or manually set any of the following: ...
- To preview your audio settings, tap Play Sample.
Adjust the mono audio, balance, and phone noise cancellation settings on iPhone
- Mono Audio: Turn on to combine the left and right channels to play the same content.
- Balance: Drag the Left Right Stereo Balance slider.
Change other sounds and vibrations
- Open your phone's Settings app.
- Tap Sound and vibration. Default notification sound.
- Choose a sound.
- Tap Save.