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Topic # 90749 28-Sep-2011 21:06
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I have a Sony Bravia kdl-40v4000 LCD with built in freeview hd. I have a lot of variation in audio level between channels with tv1 very loud tv3 very quiet and the others in between

Is there anything I can do to sort this out? It's freakin annoying while channel surfing




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  Reply # 527012 29-Sep-2011 01:26

Have you tried setting the audio on all channels to aac rather than ac3 Dolby? Sony don't seem to have applied the correct Dolby level in their tvs. Maybe a software update will help. It's all good on my Panasonic.




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  Reply # 528759 3-Oct-2011 22:37
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 Go to Dynamic Range > Audio Set-up, in Digital Set-up, change “Standard” to “Compressed”.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 529847 5-Oct-2011 23:18
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Cheers mate changing the dynamic soundsetting worked




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