How do I fix very low dialogue but very loud sound effects on Sony TV?
Reset Sound Settings
- Open Sound Settings. To reset all audio adjustments, open the Sound Settings and then go to Sound Adjustments.
- Open Advanced Settings. At the bottom of the Sound Adjustments menu, you will find the Advanced Settings, where you can reset all sound settings.
- Reset sound.
- Confirm reset.
Why is the music on my TV louder than the voices?
The louder you turn up your the sound to try and hear it, the more it’s likely to distort over your TV’s speakers, which usually aren’t as capable of handling loud sounds as a stereo system’s. Try adjusting the audio settings on your source (the cable, satellite, or digital receiver) menu.
Is there a way to lower background music on TV?
This can be corrected via your remote control, accessing MENU, and then the audio or sound profile. Set ‘Front Surround’ to ‘OFF. ‘ We have found that some cable remotes have crossover signals (for instance their DVR button) which activate the ‘Front Surround’ on the adjacent television set.
Why can’t I hear the voices on my TV?
This can be due to several reasons. First and foremost, it could be due to hearing loss. If your hearing sensitivity is down, it makes it difficult to distinguish the different sounds of speech. Consonant sounds tend to be more soft in volume and can often be washed out if a person has some high frequency hearing loss.
Why is dialogue in movies so quiet?
Why do movies do this? It all has to do with dynamic range—the difference between the loudest and softest parts of a soundtrack. The wider the range, the larger the dramatic impact, explains Scott Wilkinson, audiovisual technology journalist and consultant (and the “Home Theater Geek” on TWiT.tv).
Does a sound bar make voices clearer?
Some soundbars make dialogue clearer and easier to understand, while others can make voices sound more muddy and cluttered.