Performing acoustic auto calibration

You can correct the audio to the best acoustics for your viewing environment by using the remote control microphone to measure a test sound from the TV. (This setting may not be available depending on the model.)
Models that support acoustic auto calibration have the following setting.
[Settings] — [Display & Sound] — [Sound] — [Acoustic auto calibration]

Visual representation of acoustic auto calibration


  • Calibration effects will vary depending on your watching environment.
  • A loud test sound will be played from the TV during measurement.
  • Do not block the microphone opening at the end of the remote control during measurement.
  • Do not move the remote control during measurement. Doing so may result in incorrect measurement.
  • Perform the calibration when your surroundings are quiet. Noise may result in incorrect measurement.
  • Acoustic auto calibration cannot be performed if you are using a sound bar. Change the following setting.
    [Settings] — [Display & Sound] — [Audio output] — [Speakers] — [TV speakers]
  1. Press the (Quick Settings) button on the remote control, then select the following settings.
    [Settings] — [Display & Sound] — [Sound] — [Acoustic auto calibration] — [Calibration setup]
  2. Measure by following the on-screen instructions.
    The acoustics will be corrected automatically based on the measurement results of your watching environment.
    Visual representation of performing acoustic auto calibration. Hold the remote control at the height around your chest and point the microphone at the end of the remote control towards the TV to measure.


Acoustic auto calibration may fail in the following cases.

  • If the remote control is moved during measurement
  • If there are sounds other than the test sound (such as noise) during measurement