How To Turn Off Noise Canceling On Your TV

Disabling noise cancellation is a simple process that can be done directly in the TV’s settings. Follow these steps to disable the feature:

1. Go to your TV’s settings menu, which you can usually access by pressing a gear icon or button that says Settings on the remote.

2. Go to the TV’s picture settings.

3. Find a setting that mentions noise cancellation. If you don’t see it here, go to Advanced or Expert settings. The exact location of the feature depends on the make and model of your TV (via Samsung).

4. You may see two different noise reduction options: MPEG noise reduction and dynamic/digital noise reduction (DNR). In most cases, you don’t have to worry much about MPEG noise reduction, which simply reduces noise around the contours, but you can turn it off if you want (via Sony). Instead, look for Dynamic/Digital Noise Canceling and either turn that off or the lowest setting.

5. Exit the settings to enjoy your better picture quality.

This is a quick fix that can make high quality videos much clearer and more detailed.

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