Weird, I disabled the volume leveling on both the Firestick and the Roku TV and the programs are now LOUDER than the commercials on the Firestick in Hulu - sure smells like a problem that Roku could easily fix?
EDIT> On further investigation this seems to be only a problem in the Hulu app for Roku. I'd hope that Roku has some leverage to get this fixed as it sure makes the Roku all but unusable - especially if you have an alternative device without the problem like me ...
I literally bought this TV a week ago. It does not have these sound options. My sound mode options are: normal, speech, theater, big bass, high treble, or music. I was assured that this is the most recent model at the store but it has it as it turns out it is not. So I have the 32s331 and the most recent I guess is the 32s335. Either way it's newer than the first time you guys said to change the sound options.
If I use the any of the streaming apps with commercials the commercials are literally twice the volume of the show or movie I am streaming.
The same exact apps on my fire Stick or my Xbox the volume of the commercials is not double the volume of the show.
Stop blaming the apps when your device is the only commonality to the problems.
How did you do that? Mine starts up on the home screen
But also the whole point of buying the roku tv was so that I didn't have to run the TV and another device. And to be honest the Xbox for whatever reason has better sound quality between the Xbox and the fire stick. And I was trying to get off Amazon's **bleep** anyway lol
A Roku TV can be configured to start up on a specific HDMI port, and I think the TV tuner is an option as well.
Dan Roku Stick (3600), Ultra (4640), Ultra (4670), Ultra (4800), Premiere (3920), Insignia 720p Roku TV, Sharp 4K Roku TV, Nvidia Shield, Windows 10 Pro x64 running Serviio and Plex on a wired Gigabit network.