If you are using a Home Theater system (Soundbar, A/V Receiver, etc.) to output the sound from your TV, an issue may occur after the Android™ 8.0 Oreo™ update where you will not hear sound through your Home Theater system if the TV remains on standby for too long.
Our engineers are currently investigating the root cause of the issue. A new firmware update will be released in the near future. To stay informed, regularly visit your model product page.
In the meantime, follow the workarounds provided in order. If the symptom(s) persists, use the next workaround.
- Select [HOME] > [Settings] > [Sound] > [Audio system prioritization]
- Turn off your audio device using the audio remote control.
- Turn off your TV using the TV remote control.
- Turn on your TV using the TV remote.
- Change the Speakers settings to TV speakers.
- Select [HOME] > [Settings] > [Sound] > [Speakers] > [TV speakers].
- Turn off the TV with the TV remote control.
- Turn on the TV with the TV remote control.
- Set the BRAVIA Sync control option to Off.
- Select [HOME] > [Settings] > [External inputs] > [BRAVIA Sync settings] > [BRAVIA Sync control]
- Select [Yes] when [Remove recognized devices from the list] is displayed.
- The BRAVIA Sync control will be switched off.
- Set BRAVIA Sync control to On again.
- The Speakers settings will switch to [Audio system] automatically.
We thank you for your patience and apologize for any inconvenience caused.
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