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Using the Audio Menu
The Audio menu sets the audio mode, the sound levels,
the mode for the digital audio out signal, the audio
mode for the HDMI 2 connector (Input 5), and the
mode and values for the SRS WOW settings for the
display speakers. The Speakers option can turn the
display speakers off when using an external sound
Adjusting the audio
In the Audio menu, select the MTS (Multi-channel
Television Sound) mode: Stereo, SAP (second audio
program) or Mono.
MTS receives mono sound, stereo sound, and
Secondary Audio Programs. The SAP feature allows a
TV station to broadcast other information, such as
another language or weather information. You can
also press the SAP/MTS button on the remote control
to select an available secondary audio program.
Adjust the audio by selecting Bass, Treble, or
Balance and making adjustments.
SRS 3D [On/Off]
Reset (returns all Audio
options to default)
Turning speakers off
Use the Speakers option to turn off the display
speakers when using an external sound system. Refer
to "Connecting an external sound system" on
Selecting surround sound
You can enjoy emulated surround sound from the
display speakers. To do so, in the Audio/WOW menu
choose the On option for SRS 3D, or press the Sound
button on the remote control and choose SRS WOW.
In the Audio/SRS WOW menu you can make the
SRS 3D Stereo provides 3D elements to the
Focus provides clarity improvement and elevation
to the audio.
TruBass provides bass enhancement to the
You can also choose SRS WOW by
pressing the Sound button on the remote
For some discs, setup may be required on
your DVD player; refer to the operation
manual of your DVD player.
Selecting HDMI audio mode
The HDMI option selects the audio signal type at the
HDMI 2 (Input 5) connector. When connected to DVI
equipment, set this option to DVI so that the TV uses
the audio from the Audio In connectors.
Selecting Audio Language
This option is for digital channels only. Use Audio
Language to select the audio language for digital
signals that include two or more audio languages.
Changing the TV Settings