Setting up my new sonos Arc, sub and solo speaker SL

  • 31 July 2021
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Just set up one speaker so far and seeing how it sounds, which is awesome!  The two questions I have are:

  1. Is there a way to set the treble and bass or is factory set?
  2. On my phone which I do have the app, is there a way to turn off the speakers or do I have to do that manually to each speaker?

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You can adjust the treble and bass under the EQ settings in the Sonos app:

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/2850?language=en_US
 

Sonos speakers never shut off completely unless you unplug them from power. They will instead go into a standby mode.

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You can adjust the treble and bass under the EQ settings in the Sonos app:

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/2850?language=en_US
 

Sonos speakers never shut off completely unless you unplug them from power. They will instead go into a standby mode.

 

Just brought and play around with such setting.. 

Do you have any good recommendation for this setting ? For my room

Bass : -2

Treble : +3

I have a 2017 Samsung 55 inch that does not have Dolby Atmos. Do I have to go out and buy a new TV that has it or is there a bypass filter that you can add to the TV to produce that type of sound.  I have a Samsung six series model UN 55MU630DFXZA

You can adjust the treble and bass under the EQ settings in the Sonos app:

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/2850?language=en_US
 

Sonos speakers never shut off completely unless you unplug them from power. They will instead go into a standby mode.

Thank You!!!

Userlevel 7

You don’t need a new TV. You can get an external media device like the Apple TV 4K or Roku Ultra that supports Dolby Atmos audio and the HDFury Arcana eARC adapter that allows the media device to bypass your TV’s limitations and send audio directly to the Arc. I have the Arcana and it works great with my old plasma TV I purchased in 2013.

https://www.hdfury.com/product/4k-arcana-18gbps/
 

EQ settings are personal preference. I keep mine set to bass +2/treble -2 for normal TV watching, bass +5/treble +3 for listening to music, and bass +6/treble +4 for movies.

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