Sony Bravia Sound Settings Guide

Do you own a Sony Bravia TV? If yes, then you might have seen its stunning images and crystal colors. Besides, you might have also enjoyed its optimum sound from movies, games, and other content.

As with most TVs, the Sony Bravia promises settings that can improve its sound. If set properly, any user will enjoy their viewing experience.  But without a guide, getting these settings can be a nightmare and might even result in poor audio.

Now the question comes – where can you get the best sound settings for your Sony Bravia TV? Well, you can go through our article and discover ways that you can improve its audio. As expected, these settings can enhance the sounds from different types of content.

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Sony Bravia Sound Settings Guide

Here are the settings for adjusting the audio on Sony Bravia TVs. But before using these settings, we suggest that you go through the provided TV manual. If you cannot find a copy, you can use an online search to download a digital copy. Besides, you can visit the Sony website and find any advice that you might need.

Here are the general settings for adjusting the sound on different Sony Bravia TV models.  If you can’t find the ideal settings, you can ask Sony’s customer service for some assistance.

Auto Surround

  • Select the Home
  • Choose Settings
  • Choose Sound
  • Turn off the Auto Surround

Advanced Auto Volume

  • Choose Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Click on Sound
  • Click on Advanced Auto-Volume and choose OFF

Sound Booster

  • Click on Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Select Sound
  • Turn Off Sound Booster

Equalizer

  • Select Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Scroll to Sound
  • Click on Equalizer
  • Set all values to 0

Live Football Mode

  • Click on Home
  • Select Settings
  • Choose Sound
  • Scroll to Live Football Mode and select Off

Sound Booster

  • Click on Home
  • Choose Settings
  • Select Soundbooster
  • Turn off the Soundbooster

Voice Zoom

  • Click on Home
  • Pick Settings
  • Scroll to Sound
  • Choose Voice Zoom and reduce the Volume Offset to 0

Live Football Mode

  • Click on Home
  • Scroll to Settings
  • Click on Sound
  • Turn Live Football Mode Off

Best Sound Settings for Sony Bravia 4K

Do you own a Sony Bravia 4K? If yes, then you can adjust its sound settings to suit your preference. As you are aiming for the ideal sound, you can use the following settings

Auto Surround

  • Select the Home
  • Choose Settings
  • Choose Sound
  • Turn off the Auto Surround

Advanced Auto Volume

  • Choose Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Click on Sound
  • Click on Advanced Auto-Volume and choose OFF

Sound Booster

  • Click on Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Select Sound
  • Turn Off Sound Booster

Equalizer

  • Select Home
  • Click on Settings
  • Scroll to Sound
  • Click on Equalizer
  • Set all values to 0

Live Football Mode 

  • Click on Home
  • Select Settings
  • Choose Sound
  • Scroll to Live Football Mode and select Off

Sound Booster

  • Click on Home
  • Choose Settings
  • Select Soundbooster
  • Turn off the Soundbooster

Voice Zoom

  • Click on Home
  • Pick Settings
  • Scroll to Sound
  • Choose Voice Zoom and reduce the Volume Offset to 0

Live Football Mode

  • Click on Home
  • Scroll to Settings
  • Click on Sound
  • Turn Live Football Mode Off

What is the Best Equalizer for a Sony TV?

Setting the Sony TV Equalizer might look difficult. But if you know the right steps to take, you can complete this task without much technical expertise. All you have to do is scroll to the Equalizer settings and set all the values to 0.

How Do I Fix Very Low Dialogue But Very Loud Effects on Sony TV?

Watching a movie with loud sound effects and low conversations can be annoying. But with some adjustments, you can restore the TV to its original settings and solve this problem.

  • Launch the Sound Settings menu
  • Click on Sound Adjustments
  • Click on Advanced Settings
  • Choose Reset Sound
  • Select Reset

Why is My Sony TV Sound So Muffled? 

Does your Sony TV sound too low even when placed at the highest volume? If yes, try the following steps to make things better. Start with the first tip, if the problem persists move on to the next one until the sound is restored.

  • Check if your remote works by switching off and turning the TV
  • Press the volume up button to the highest value
  • Press the Mute button
  • Remove any connected speakers to the Sony TV
  • Go to Settings- Headphone/Audio Out – Audio Out
  • Set Main or Stereo as the main option
  • Go to the Main Menu and switch on the speakers
  • Switch off Surround Sound
  • Click on Home Settings – Storage and Reset – Factory Data Reset

Sony Bravia Sound Settings Grayed Out

Sometimes the Equalizer Settings tab of the Sony Bravia Sound settings can look washed out or gray. According to experts, this issue is caused by leaving the Sound Restoration on Auto, Surround on Auto / On, or adjusting the Sound Mode to either Music/ Cinema/ Sports. But you can solve this problem by setting Surround to Off, Sound Mode to Standard, and Sound Restoration ( DSEE) to Off.

Sony Bravia Sound Settings Not Working 

From time to time, the Sony Bravia TV might have some audio issues. If you want to fix this issue, you can try a power reset or power cycle. If you still notice anything weird about your TV sound, you can inspect the TV and look out for connected speakers, and disconnect.

Sound Bravia Smart TV Sound Settings

As with regular Sony Bravia TVs, the smart models tend to have minor issues. To fix these problems, you can try a power cycle, factory reset, or just turn up the volume. But if the issue persists, it would help if you reached out to Sony Customer Service.

What is the Sound Booster on the Sony TV?

 The Sound Booster is a feature that improves the bass and treble features of the TV. But if turned off, it allows the TV to produce natural sound.

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  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.