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LG TV Sound Menu Settings

Operation TVs Last Updated 08/20/2014
LG TV Sound Menu Settings LG TV Sound Menu Settings

The Sound Menu provides many adjustment options for TV audio.

Smart Sound Mode
Sound Mode
Virtual Surround Plus
Clear Voice II
Volume Mode
Sound Out
AV Sync. Adust
Sound Option Setting



Smart Sound Mode

Automatically adjust and optimize the TV audio. When Smart Sound Mode is enabled, the options Sound Mode, Virtual Surround Plus, and Clear Voice II are automatically adjusted.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Smart Sound Mode on the TV menu.

 

3. Select Close when finished.

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Sound Mode

Sound Mode provides audio customization for specific programming.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Sound Mode on the TV menu. This optimizes TV audio to the selected sound mode.

 

  • Standard - Suitable for all types of video.
  • Music/Cinema/Sport/Game - Optimizes the audio for a specific genre based on the TV model.
  • User Setting - Adjusts the volume to the desired level using the User EQ.
    • 100 Hz / 300 Hz / 1 kHz/ 3 kHz / 10 kHz - Sets EQ by manually adjusting sound bands.
    • Reset - Resets previously changed equalizer value.
4. Select Close when finished.

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Virtual Surround Plus

Virtual Surround Plus is an LG proprietary audio processing technology that emulates a 5.1 channel surround sound from two speakers.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Virtual Surround Plus on the TV menu.

 

3. Select Close to exit when the option has been chosen.

Note: If Clear Voice ll is set to ON, Virtual Surround Plus is not available.

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Clear Voice II

Clear Voice II enhances speaking voice clarity so that it is clearly heard over other background sounds.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Clear Voice II on the TV menu.

 

3. Select the Clear Voice level based on listener preference once it is turned ON. Select Close to exit.

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Volume Mode

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Volume Mode on the TV menu.

 

  • Auto Volume - Sets Auto Volume to On. When clicking through different programs, the volume is automatically adjusted to the same level.
  • Volume Control - Using a single volume curve may result in an inaudible or loud sound depending on the environment. Adjusts volume levels depending on the time of day (day/night).

3. Select Close to exit when the options has been chosen.


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Sound Out

Sound Out directs TV audio to output to other devices such as a Home Theater System or Sound Bar.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select Sound Out on the TV menu.

 

  • TV Speaker - Sound is output through the TV speaker.
  • ARC mode - Audio Reverse Channel (only available on HDMI 1). External audio devices can be connected via a High-Speed HDMI cable without an extra optical audio cable to output digital audio. It interfaces with SimpLink. For an external device that supports ARC (Audio Return Channel), connect it to the HDMI(ARC) port.
  • Digital Sound Out - PCM (2 channel only), Auto (Pass through of audio signal)
  • LG Sound Sync (Optical) - Provides the optimized sound with LG audio device and optical cable. Audio device volume is operated by TV remote control.

    NOTE* If your audio device does not work, check the device and see if it supports Sound Sync Sound Sync Logo function.

  • LG Sound Sync (Wireless) - Provides the optimized sound with LG audio device and optical cable. Audio device volume is operated by the TV remote control.

    NOTE* If your audio device does not work, check the device power. Make sure the audio device is set up properly and see if it supports Sound Sync Sound Sync Logo function.

  • Headphone - The headphone is automatically detected if it is plugged in, the TV speakers will be muted when a headphone is used.

3. Select Close to exit when the options has been chosen.


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AV Sync. Adust.

AV Sync. Adjust allows direct synchronization of the TV audio and video.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2.

Select AV Sync. Adjust on the TV menu.


 

3. Select 'ON' to adjust the sound output to match the video.



  • TV Speaker - Adjusts the synchronization of the sound from the TV's internal speakers. Moving the slider to the left will add a delay to the sound output. Moving the slider to the right will add a delay to the video output
  • External Speaker - Adjusts how the sound is synched from external speakers, such as an external speaker connected to the digital audio output port, LG audio device and headphone. Moving the slider to the left will add a delay to the sound output. Moving the slider to the right will add a delay to the video output.
    * LG audio device is supported only for models with the optical digital port.
  • Bypass - Outputs broadcasting signals or the audio of an external device without audio delay. Audio may be output before video as it takes time to process video input into the TV.

4. Select Close to exit when the option has been chosen.
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Sound Option Setting

Sound Option Setting adjusts the speaker balance and optimizes sound quality.

1. Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > Sound on the TV menu.

2. Select the Sound Option Setting on your TV menu.

 


  • Balance - Adjusts left/right audio balance.
  • Sound Optimizer - Adjusts the sound quality depending how the TV is mounted - the options are: Normal, Wall Mount and Stand type.

3. Select Close to exit when the options have been chosen.
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