Understanding the Volume Difference
Television that is broadcast in high definition, uses Dolby 5.1 audio, to deliver high-quality sound. This feature utilizes six different audio channels in order to create the clear audio, which can be heard on these channels. Ensuring that the sound from each of these audio channels is in balance, results in a lower volume.
Here are some solutions for avoiding the blast of volume, which is common when changing the channel from SD to HD:
- Here are some solutions for avoiding the blast of volume, which is common when changing the channel from SD to HD:
- Another option is dynamic range compression (DRC). This option compresses the dynamic range of the audio signal to reduce the volume when the sound gets loud. Enabling this option depends upon the TV model, but it is common for DRC settings to be found on the TV menu. Viewers can contact the television manufacturer to learn more about DRC.
Point to Remember
DRC is not just useful for reducing the volume when switching from SD to HD channels. This technology can keep the volume of those loud commercials down to enhance the overall viewing experience.
2. A HD-Capable digital receiver or a Cable Card, or a TV with an HD tuner built in will allow some network HD channels to be viewed.
- By Channel
- By Rating
- By Program
- By category
- By Time
- The respective lists of LOCKED CHANNELS and LOCKED RATINGS in the PARENTAL CONTROL menu show which channels and ratings are currently blocked. Unlocked symbol indicates that the channel is blocked, but Parental Control is disabled. Locked symbol indicates that the channel is blocked and Parental Control is active.
- Your TV screen also shown a banner that This channel is unavailable for viewing because it has been blocked.Enter your PIN to unblock this channel.
- Default PIN no is 4321