Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have recently bought a samsung seriues six 37" tv and find that the soudn quality coming out of the TV speakers seems to intermittently lose quality. I am also unable to alter the sound settings to dolby settings as the menu option is not highlighted. In the menu it suggests somethign about connecting an optical cable but is that not only for an external audio system? I am currently viewing via my HD virgin cable box set at 1080
The speakers that come with built into the units are very limited at best. Better than the old 4" speaker that came in TV sets from the old days, but not by much. Ask if you are not expecting more out of the output than is reasonable.
I would offer that the true design intent is to hook the HDTV into a home surround system, a home system is optimized for and designed for your listening pleasure. I'm guessing that your HDTV is an LCD with a sound bar at the bottom, if so it is for general use and not intended for critical listening.
I have a 61" Series 7 DLP and even with larger built in speakers, the difference is night and day between my surround sound system and the HDTV stand output.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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