Samsung Menu – Sound

Sound Settings on Samsung Smart TVs, menus and available options may vary depending on your Samsung TV model.
This guide is based on the following Samsung model and software version:
Model: UE50HU6905XXE
Software version: T-NT14UDEUC-1034.1, BT-S
Sub-micon Version: T-NT14UDEUS-1107

Samsung Menu - SoundPress the Menu button on your Samsung remote, the following options are available:
Picture
Sound

Broadcasting
Network
Smart Hub
System
Support

Selecting Speakers

Sound > Speaker Settings > TV Sound Output
This lets you choose which speakers the TV uses for audio output. To listen to the audio through the speakers of a connected receiver or home theatre only, select Receiver or Audio Out.
To listen to audio through the TV’s speakers and the speakers of a connected AV receiver or home theatre simultaneously, select TV Speaker. If this causes an echo effect, choose any speaker option other than TV Speaker to mute the TV speakers, or turn off the receiver or home theatre.
Using external speakers alone disables the volume button and the mute function. In addition, certain Sound options will also be disabled.

Designating the TV’s Installation Type
Sound > Speaker Settings > TV Speaker > TV Installation Type
Specify the TV’s installation type. Choose between Wall Mount and Stand to optimise the TV’s sound automatically.

Listening to TV Sound through Samsung Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Audio
Sound > Speaker Settings > TV Speaker > SoundShare Settings Settings – SoundShare
Connect the TV to a Samsung audio device for a richer, clearer sound.
This option is only available for Samsung audio devices that support SoundShare.
You can not use Bluetooth headphones, SoundShare Settings and Surround features simultaneously.
Pair the Samsung audio device using the TV’s Bluetooth function. Refer to the Samsung audio device’s operating manual for more information on pairing.
Bluetooth Technology is a short-distance wireless communication protocol allowing information exchange between connected mobile phones, laptops, earphones and headphones with Bluetooth-compatible devices.


 

SoundShare Settings

Samsung Audio Device List
Displays a list of paired Samsung audio devices. Select a device to display its menu options. You can activate/deactivate the audio device or remove it from the list.
Add New Device – Enables/disables SoundShare. The connection signals from new devices are ignored if Add New Device is set to Off.
When listening to TV audio through a Samsung audio device, certain types of content may produce video-to-audio syncing issues.

Listening to TV Sound through Samsung Multiroom Link compatible Speakers
Sound > Speaker Settings > TV Speaker > Multiroom Link
Configure this product for connection to a Samsung Multiroom Link compatible speaker and enjoy rich sound.
To use this feature, at least one Samsung Multiroom Link compatible speaker must be connected.
Sound quality may be affected by the condition of the wireless network.
Network connection status can be negatively influenced and even can be lost, if the network environment getting worse by time.
Activating Screen Mirroring disables Multiroom Link.
For further details, refer to the Multiroom Link manual from the web site. (www.samsung.com > SUPPORT > Firmware Manuals & Downloads)
The audio from each device may lag behind the video and audio of the device which is playing the source contents.
While playing the Multi-Link Screen, you can hear the selected audio.

Settings
Set the configuration of Samsung Multiroom Link compatible speaker(s) you connected to the TV.
–– Multiroom Link
Surround: Set numbers of Samsung Multiroom Link compatible speaker(s) in a space and enjoy surround system.
Multiroom: Configure the Samsung Multiroom Link compatible speaker so that all play the same, combined audio. Channels are ignored.
SoundBar+Surround: If you have connected a Sound Bar, set SoundBar+Surround to rear speakers. The Sound Bar already includes the Center and Front Left and Right channels.
–– Volume Level
Adjust the volume of each speaker individually or all speakers at once.
–– Speaker Test
Send a test sound to each speaker to make sure your system is working properly.
–– Edit Name
You can give each speaker a name.

Listening to the TV through Bluetooth Headphones
Availability depends on the specific model and area.
Sound > Speaker Settings > Bluetooth Headphone
Connect the TV to Bluetooth headphones. Refer to the Bluetooth headphone’s operating manual for more information on pairing.
Bluetooth Technology is a short-distance wireless communication protocol allowing information exchange between connected mobile phones, laptops, earphones and headphones with Bluetooth-compatible devices.

Bluetooth headphone List
Displays a list of Bluetooth Headphones that can be paired with the TV. Select a Bluetooth headphone to display its menu options. You can activate/deactivate the Bluetooth headphone or
remove it from the list.
If the TV fails to find the headphones, place the headphones closer to the TV and select Refresh.
If you turn the paired Bluetooth headphone on, the TV detects it automatically, and then displays a pop-up window. Use the pop-up window to connect the Bluetooth headphone easily.

Enabling the Sound (Additional Settings)
Sound > Additional Settings Try Now Settings – Additional
Configure additional settings for optimum audio output.


 

DTV Audio Level (Digital channels only)

The TV cannot freely control the volume of the digital audio that it sends to the AV receiver. Use this to set the digital audio volume at a comfortable level.
According to the type of broadcast signal, MPEG / HE-AAC can be adjusted between -10dB and 0dB.
To increase or decrease the volume, adjust between the range 0 and -10 respectively.

Audio Format, Audio Delay – The Smart TV is SPDIF-enabled. The Sony Philips Digital Interface (SPDIF) provides digital audio output to speakers and various digital devices, including A/V Receivers and home theatres.

Audio Format – Selects the Digital Audio output (SPDIF) format. The available Digital Audio output (SPDIF) formats may vary depending on the input source.

Audio Delay – This setting helps correct timing mismatches between the audio and video tracks when you are watching TV and listening to audio through a digital audio device.
Enabling the feature displays a slide bar that you can use to adjust the delay by up to 250ms.

Dolby Digital Comp – Some digital TV programmes provide 5.1-channel Dolby audio. The TV converts Dolby audio to stereo audio so that it can play the sound through the TV’s speakers.
There are two methods to choose from. RF is for better sound at lower volumes, and Line is for higher volumes.


 

Auto Volume

When you change channels, video sources, or content, Auto Volume automatically adjusts the TV’s volume level so that the volume level remains the same for all sources. For example, if you
switch from a streaming video application to a Blu-ray player or a favourite TV channel, Auto Volume can modify the volume up to 12db to equalise the sound.

The Auto Volume function has two settings: Normal and Night. Normal applies a normal level of volume adjustment. Night applies a slightly lower volume level and is ideal for late-night TV
viewing. If you want to use the volume control of a connected source device to control the sound,
deactivate the Auto Volume function. When you use the Auto Volume function with a source device, the device’s volume control may not function properly.


 

Listening to 3D Audio in 3D Mode

Availability depends on the specific model and area.
Sound > 3D Audio
3D audio technology provides immersive sound that matches the pop-up effect of 3D video by using perspective in the audio depth control. Only available in 3D mode.

Resetting All Sound Settings
Sound > Reset Sound
Use to reset all sound settings to the factory default.

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