How to Master Audio for a TV

Written by derek king
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How to Master Audio for a TV
Use your television to adjust the sound settings to your liking. (zaping image by nathan from

Televisions are usually shipped with preset audio settings that are inadequate. Depending on the user, the bass may be too loud, or barely noticeable. Moreover, the treble may be too low for high pitches to be clearly defined. Fortunately, all televisions feature a menu section were the audio settings can be configured. Using your remote, access the television's menu and adjust the sound to your preferences.

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  • Television
  • Remote control

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  1. 1

    Access the television's settings window. Using your television's remote control, press the "Menu" button to open the settings window. If your remote does not contain a "Menu" button, press the "Menu" button located on the television.

  2. 2

    Open the "Sound" section of the settings page. Using the remote's directional arrow buttons, navigate to "Sound" and then press "OK." The Sounds settings will be displayed on the new screen.

  3. 3

    Change the sound channel used by the television. Press the down directional arrow over the option entitled "Channel." Press the left or right directional arrows to change the channel from "Stereo" to "Mono," to "Dolby Digital."

  4. 4

    Adjust the audio settings further. Highlight the "Bass," control using the remote. Press and hold the right directional arrow to increase the setting, or press and hold the left directional arrow to decrease the setting. Repeat this process for the "Treble" and "Balance" controls. Once you've completely adjusted the television's audio controls, press "Exit" to accept the changes.

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