VOICE GUIDANCE FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Should a voice from the television confirm results from every press of the volume or channel up or down keys on the remote controller while that function was not intentionally activated, that feature, named "Voice Guidance", could have been activated accidentally and may be turned "off".
There are features on Smart televisions, and conventional TVs as well, not necessarily intended for the average consumer. One such feature was designed to assist visually impaired navigate volume and channel control by providing vocal guidance.
By activating the “Voice Guidance” on the television, every time the up or down button for either volume or channel on the remote control is pressed, a voice will confirm the new state of change made.
If, by any chance, the feature is activated in error it might become annoying for those who find no value in it. Feature should then be deactivated.
For conventional (non-Smart TV), please follow below instructions as specified in the owner manual:
For webOS Smart Televisions, procedures are fundamentally the same as above for deactivation at the exception that, for those who can make use of the feature, the speed, volume and pitch of the voice can be adjusted between low to high.