Active Voice Amplifier on Samsung TVs

Last Update date : Oct 14. 2021

On selected 2020 and 2021 Samsung TVs is a function called Active Voice Amplifier (AVA). If a noise disturbance is higher than the TV sound for over 3 seconds, AVA detects this and amplifies dialogue from your TV to make it more audible over surrounding noises.

This is done by reading audio from a scene and gather the surrounding sound data. The Quantum Processor’s Active Voice Amplifier processes the incoming sound data and then optimises the audio using sound data from the Sound Sensor Engine. Dialogue can now be heard clearly, even with noise disturbances. It seems simple, right?

All you need to do is head into settings and turn AVA on to simply enjoy listening to your TV and not worry about missing out on what is being said.

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Active Voice Amplifier

Please Note: This feature is only available on TV models :

  • 2021 Models: QN900A, QN800A, QN90A, QN85A, Q80A, Q70A
  • 2020 Models: Q950TS, Q800T, Q90T, Q80T and Q70T

Enable Active Voice Amplifier

1 Press the Home button on your Samsung remote control to bring up the Smart Hub/Eden Menu and select Settings.
Eden Menu
2 Scroll down to the General tab and select then select Intelligent Mode Settings.
General settings.
3 From there, scroll down and highlight, Active Voice Amplifier. Press enter on your remote control to turn AVA on or off.
Active Voice Amplifier

If you require further assistance, please consult the user manual from our Manuals & Downloads page or contact our Samsung Care Australia experts on 1300 362 603 (Toll Free in Australia). You can also contact our Chat Support team or reach us through Samsung Members Community

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