Thanks a lot, I went through this and equalized the bands manually by referring the Acoustic preset. It sounds much better and louder than the presets that came with the TV. I think that should do the job I was looking for.
Just curious, is it possible to equalize the speakers using any kind of software that automatically finds out the bands that needs to be tweaked just like this Android app does?
No specific answer per se: what device would you be running (or consider running) the software on?
And the device itself would need to have the means to accept the audio via some input, run the app to do the tweaking, then output the tweaked results to the target speakers. Or perhaps via some neutral (no further tweaking) pass-through device to the speakers.
Will defer the question to those who tend to lurk and/or participate in the Home Audio & Theater category.
So you mean to say that the speakers can only be calibrated with the in-built EQ of the TV? One last question, what is Room EQ Wizard(REW) used for?
Anyways thank you for your time for helping me out by referring few websites above.
If you want decent bass from the speakers, buy a $25 used soundbar. The physical speakers in many TVs are just too small to be able to produce low end, and if you try to boost things you end up with distortion or damage to the speaker as it tries to move in ways it was not designed to.