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Commercials blast when they come on

I thought there was a way that the tv levels the sound out to avoid this. any ideas?

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In the audiomenu there is an option called "AUTOVOLUME" this levels the volume...

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Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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Every station is permitted to set their own volume based on federal guidelines. Ad space pay more money to turn up the volume so that when the commercials come on that they are screaming at you so you look at the TV.

Your brand of TV has an equalizer system to control the different Hz levels of sound. The following is a link to the manuals for the Hisense brand of TV:

http://tv.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/hisense/hisense_flat_panel_television_product_list.html

Under the Audio part of the menu system, there is a section called Equalizer. While the TV is on and functioning, change the settings until you are comfortable with what you are hearing.

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