If you just purchased a Vizio soundbar and are looking for some guidance on how to adjust its bass level, we got you covered! In this guide, we will walk you through the process of increasing or decreasing the bass level and explain all the different functions you have with this product.
Firstly, you need to use your remote control to adjust the bass. Locate the base button and click on it. If you want to increase the bass, click the fast-forward button towards the right-hand side, and you will see a little light indicator start climbing up, indicating that the bass is increasing. If you want to decrease the bass, click the rewind button towards the left-hand side, and the light indicator will start going down.
This same process can also be applied to adjust the treble level and the subwoofer’s volume. Three main functions that you have on your remote control are increasing and decreasing bass, treble, and subwoofers.
You will also notice two presets on the right-hand side of the remote, labeled as “Movie” and “Music.” If you want to optimize your listening experience while watching a movie or listening to music, you can click on the movie or music mode accordingly. The two little lights in the middle will indicate whether you’re in movie or music mode.
Additionally, the remote control has two more buttons labeled “T vol” and “TS HD.” The T vol is known as the true volume and provides a consistent and comfortable volume level for a more enjoyable listening experience. On the other hand, the true surround (TS HD) creates a virtual surround sound when enabled on all inputs. If it’s disabled, all sources will play back in stereo.
We hope this guide has helped you understand how to adjust the bass on your Vizio soundbar and all its different functions. Enjoy your listening experience!