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ps3 causing the sound on my samsung tv to vibrate

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Hi ive just been playing assasins creed on my ps3 thought my samsung lcd tv,when somone is talking on the game the sound vibrates,just wondering if theres a setting on the telly or ps3 i need to change?
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
It may be your speakers.
#2
It sounds like either you TV is on the fritz, or a particular frequency in the voice is resonating.
#3
its fine when watching tv and dvds
#4
I have a Samsung Tv, the same thing happened with my 360.

The speakers are rubbish, its when something hits bass notes the speakers vibrate because they cant handle the low note
#5
cheers least i know i dont have to take my tv back,i noticed it in assasins creed lol
banned#6
try adjusting the ps3 audio output settings or get a surround sound system as a last resort:-

http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/current/settings/audiooutput.html
#7
My samsung was doing this yesterday. Normal telly (channels 1-5) were fine but my computer and freeview box weren't. It sounded like a sort of vibrating, no-bass sound. I simply switched the power off at the mains then back on again and it worked fine.
#8
my 50 inch samsung does it ****** speakers it gets worse lol
#9
could try cutting out some of the low to low-mid range.. maybe your TV has an EQ setting?
it probably is that it's just hitting the resonant frequency of your speakers.

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