Having Trouble Hearing the TV? It Could be the Audio Settings…Not Your Hearing

Much of the audio from movies was created to be played in theaters and most TVs arent built like that.

Ever have a hard time understanding the dialogue when watching a show on TV? Before you chalk it up to hearing loss, you may want to try this. According to CNET, much of the audio from movies was created to be played in theaters and most TVs arent built like that. They suggest turning down the bass, then compress the volume range by putting your audio setting to “night mode” or “dynamic compression” which reduces the difference between the loudest and softest parts. Soundbars also help as they have many speakers inside one that plays a unique sound channel. Or, you can try using headphones. Some streaming boxes offer headphone jacks in the remote control.