Enable Active Voice Amplifier on your Samsung Smart TV (feature available on select models only)

Last Update date : Jul 30. 2022

Samsung TV with sound waves around it

Sometimes, manually adjusting your Samsung TV’s volume can take a few seconds too long, causing you to miss the on-screen action. But we have good news: your Samsung TV can use Active Voice Amplifier technology, which detects distracting noises and adjusts the volume accordingly. This way, you won’t miss anything.

Note: The provided information refers to Samsung Smart TVs sold in Canada. The available settings and options may differ for devices sold in other countries. Please note this feature is only available on select Samsung TV models: Q950TS, Q800T, Q90T, Q80T and Q70T.

Enable Active Voice Amplifier

Active Voice Amplifier uses the TV’s sound sensor to detect audio from what is on screen as well as the surrounding environment. AI technology then compares the volume levels of the two types of sound, reduces disruption from the outside world, and delivers clear dialogue so you don’t miss a word. 

Since Active Voice Amplifier is disabled by default, you'll need to enable it on your TV.

  1. Press the Home button on your TV's remote to open the Smart Hub.

  2. Using the remote’s directional pad, navigate to and select Settings.

  3. Select General, and then select Intelligent Mode Settings.

    Intelligent Mode Settings highlighted on a Samsung TV

  4. Next, highlight the Active Voice Amplifier setting, and then press the Enter button to turn on the feature. To turn off Active Voice Amplifier, simply press the Enter button again.

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