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Sound Bar Audio Settings

Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by Doug99, 2 Sep 2019.

  1. Doug99

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    The sound bar has Music/Voice/Cinema/Standard settings which do generate slightly different sound effects. What are the differences?
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    It's pretty self-explanatory, surely?

    In the manufacturer's view, Music suits music best, Voice works best for program material that is mostly voice (e.g. Talk Radio, 5 Live, Radio 4, TV soaps and chat shows etc). Cinema is what they think will give film and TV action viewing an appropriate tonal tweak. Standard is the sound of the device without the graphic-equaliser cuts/boosts in the bass or midrange or high frequencies.

    Was that really your question, or were you looking for some different information? If so, have another go at phrasing the question. :)
     
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    A technical explanation of the different frequency ranges etc was the aim, but your explanation of 'Standard' paints the picture. Cheers
     
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    Like washing machines, they often come with hundreds of settings, and the end user only ever uses one
     
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