Originally Posted by IndyMag
Last night I noticed something on my 47LM6700.
When swithing from normal 2D viewing to 2D-3D conversion while using the TV speakers, the volume and bass level increase (even though the volume number doesn't change). It sounds much better, almost as if it switches to a different EQ setting. When you turn 3D off, the sound reverts back to the lower level. No matter what I do, I can not reproduce the deeper sound level while in 2D mode.
Can anyone comment on this?
Originally Posted by J.Mike Ferrara
There is a menu item in the 3D section for expanded 3D sound. Check it out.
So I went into the 3D menu. Expanded 3D sound was turned on. I played with the 3D viewpoint setting and it worked as expected. Then I adjusted the 3D Depth setting and was flabbergasted when moving that slider actually raised and lowered the VOLUME LEVEL!
I then turned off Expanded 3D sound, adjusted the 3D Depth again and it no longer varied the volume level, nor did it change the 3D Depth as it is supposed to.
So on my 47LM6700, it seems that the 3D Depth slider is somehow tied to the Expanded 3D Sound setting. Under no conditions was I able to get it to change the 3D depth at all. This is all while using the TV speakers.
Anyone else have this issue?