Why are commercials &/or break music TWICE AS LOUD as the shows?
Not only am I pretty sure it's illegal, but why is it apparently impossible for Roku's system to use normalization on its audio, so that the sound doesn't just JUMP UP in volume, or be far quieter than other channels? It's really not advanced technology, my 25 year old iPods have normalization, it's not rocket science. Yet I have to sit with my finger on the mute button soon as there's a break in various shows, ridiculous... Is there really no way to fix this?
Now it's not letting me post, saying I need to first search to see if the topic already exists. Well, I DID DO THAT, and here's what the result was: "Similar topics already posted
No matching topics found"
So thanks, is that a Yes & No? Which means what, and is not very helpful...
Re: Why are commercials &/or break music TWICE AS LOUD as the shows?
@Benedlr How many times must I say there is no leveling setting under Sound Settings? It's not there, doesn't exist, obviously some televisions don't have that feature. I don't know why, but that's the case.