How do I set up surround sound on my Sony TV?

How do I set up surround sound on my Sony TV?

Option 1: HDMI connection using the ARC feature

  1. Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI ports labeled ARC or the port identified in your manual that supports ARC.
  2. On your TV menu, set Speakers to Audio system.
  3. Turn on the Control for HDMI setting on your TV, and the A/V receiver or home theater system.

How do I adjust my Sony surround sound?

You can adjust the level of each speaker (front left/right, front high left/right, center, surround left/right, surround back left/right and subwoofer). Select [Speaker Setting] from the home menu. Select [Level]. Select the speaker on the screen for which you want to adjust the speaker level.

How high should surround sound speakers be placed?

The surround speakers should be slightly higher than the front speakers in the room. Ideally, about 1 to 2 feet above head height when sitting down. This is because the surround channels are there to create an ambient sound in your room. So, you should benefit if they are slightly further away from your ears.

What is the best sound setting for Sony Bravia TV?

Sony – Recommended TV Audio Settings

Sound Mode: Home → Settings → Sound → Sound Adjustments → Sound Mode → Standard
Auto-Surround: Home → Settings → Sound → Auto-Surround → Off
Sound Booster: Home → Settings → Sound → Sound Booster → Off
Equalizer: Home → Settings → Sound → Equalizer → Set all values to 0

How do I connect my 5.1 surround sound to my TV?

You may have to turn the optical output on and turn the TV speakers off. Check the TV manual on how to use the optical output. Select the optical input on the soundbar. You will now get surround sound on anything that plays on the TV if it is surround encoded.

Can you get surround sound through HDMI?

An HDMI switcher will let you plug multiple sources into a box, which then can pass a single HDMI video to your TV, and a single (surround sound) audio channel (via HDMI or Digital Optical) to your soundbar. This may add a bit of clutter to your setup, but can be easily hidden with a good TV stand. 3.


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