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Originally Posted by P51
I bought a little TV for my desk and what I have been noticing is when watching an action movie, explosions or gun fire or anything that should be "in your face" isn't. In fact a lot of the time its actually weak and at a lower volume than normal talking.
Is this because it has weak ( 3w) speakers? Or is it because of a setting like: trusurround/truvolume?
It could be both of the above. Did you experiment with the TVs sound adjustments?
Purchase a powered pair of speakers, like the audioengine A5.
Espo77's living room equipment: RECEIVER: Yamaha RX-A3030- SPEAKERS: Boston Acoustics M350, M25 center, surrounds, and front heights-
BLU-RAY: Oppo BDP103D- SUBWOOFER: HSU VTF-15H MK2- dedicated circuits for A/V- TV: Vizio P55C-1
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