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LG Smart TV Sound

by buddled / April 20, 2015 10:42 PM PDT

Hi Everyone,

I have a LG 39LB650V and having the same problem as a lot of people with the speakers vibrating. I have read somewhere that the sound/audio settings can be set so that you can not the vibrating, I think it was mentioned by using the equalizers. Is there anyone out there that has the same problem with the TV and have they solved it?

Any help possible to would be great.

Thank you

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News to me.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 21, 2015 12:18 AM PDT
In reply to: LG Smart TV Sound

As to setting to stop vibration, that's called reducing the volume. Sound bars are extremely popular to replace today's move to anemic speakers.

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Re: LG Smart TV Sound
by LG_Electronics LG staff / April 24, 2015 2:17 AM PDT
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Hi buddled.
The LG 39LB650V is not a US model so it is not supported in the US should you need technical assistance with it, however, Bob's answer about reducing the volume is direct and on point. The thin body of a TV will vibrate at a certain volume and Bob's suggestion of a SoundBar effectively takes care of that issue. As for equalizer settings, what you would be doing with the equalizer is adjusting the low frequencies which takes away the bass that causes the TV to vibrate, but that could make your sound thin and tinny, again, look to SoundBars as your solution to this.^IFV

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