I bought a beam to help with the problem of when watching tv having to sometimes turn the volume up to hear the dialogue, while music plays at a much louder volume. With beam installed per instructions the problem is much worse. I’ve just watched the Hobbit movies on Viaplay. While the special effects and every hiss from the dragon blasts at high volume, at times you can’t hear the speech. I’ve turned on speech enhancement, it makes it better but not good. I also tried night setting but that didn’t make much difference. Is there a setting adjustment I can make so there is a balance between the sounds. I really could care less about the hissing dragon at max volume, but I do want to hear what people are saying. It’s a pity to have to turn on texting to follow the plot.
Is there an adjustment that will fix this? If so what do you suggest?
Best answer by HighEndMusic
For me it works best to activate BOTH speech enhancement AND night mode - that way the volume differences are OK.
The reality is that the actual surround sound which comes with movies etc is intentionally mixed the way you are experiencing as they want you to “feel” the sound effects full force and then hear voices at normal volume.