Audio Description is a setting within your TV that provides narration of important visual elements during a TV program to help people with impaired vision or those who otherwise need help to understand what is being shown on screen.The easiest way to turn audio description on or off is to use voice control. While watching full screen video, press and hold the voice control button on your Voice Remote and say "audio description." The voice control button is the third button up from the OK button in the center of the remote. It is a slightly indented rectangle.
Why do I have audio description on my TV?
Not all TV programs have Audio Description and just like Closed Captions, Audio Description can be turned on/off using your TV settings. If you are hearing Audio Description, it's because this feature has been (possibly inadvertently) turned on, on your TV. How do I turn Audio Description off?
Why do I hear DV on my TV?
Your TV or set-top box will have an audio or language setting that allows you to select normal audio or DV. If you have accidentally turned on a selection labelled as SAP, Secondary Audio Program, Described Video, Descriptive Video, Audio Description, or something similar, you’ll hear DV on the programs that feature it.
How do I Turn Off Hard of hearing on my TV?
How to stop it; go to Menu, Option, Disability Assistance, select Hard of Hearing to "OFF", down to Audio Description and select to "ON", ( here's the important bit) , down to Volume and set to -1, back up to Audio Description and set to "OFF", then Exit. That'll do it.
How do I Turn on or off audio description?
Here is some information on how to turn on or off Audio Description on some common equipment. Freesat Receivers: On some boxes, try Menu > Settings > Language. You may find the “Audio Description” option there, with an option to “Enable” or “Disable”. Sky+ HD Box: Press Services, scroll to “Options”.