PS4 Blu Ray Audio Low (How To Fix It)

The PS4’s Blue Ray low audio has been an issue for a long time. It keeps spoiling the gaming experience for PS4 users. What causes it, and is there a way to fix your Blu-ray low audio problem?

PS4 Blu-ray systems have a wide dynamic range that causes low audio (with or without headphones.) The quiet sounds remain quiet and louder parts tend to be louder. The simplest solution is to turn the volume a little high.

However, there is an upper limit for the TV volume, and if the low audio problem persists, you’ll need to try something else that I will share briefly in this guide.

For those who don’t own stereo systems, this low volume problem can be a headache as the audio gets incredibly low sometimes. In this article, I will share the exact causes for the PS4 blu ray low audio and how it can be fixed. Read on to find out.

Want the best PS4 accessories? Treat yourself or a friend to the best PS4 products on Amazon by clicking here or the button below

How Do I Fix Low Audio Blu Ray on PS4?

  1. Turn On PS4 Console
  2. Open ‘Settings’ Menu
  3. Select ‘DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)’ and Make Sure the First Three Checkboxes are Unchecked (DDS5.1, DTS5.1, and ACC)
  4. Apply Settings by ‘Okay’ Button
  5. Select ‘Audio Format (Priority)’
  6. Unmark the Option ‘Linear PCM’

I have faced the same issue when playing Battlefield 4. I discovered these settings that will quickly fix the HDMI audio output. Although it’s a quick fix for the low audio Blu-ray, it’s frustrating to do it every time.

Sometimes, the AV receiver is only able to detect Linear PCM (Stereo) when you’re playing a movie on Blu-ray disc or DVD. Here’s how you can fix it:

How To Fix PS4 AV Receiver

  1. Turn on PS4 Console
  2. Insert Disc
  3. Go to ‘Options’
  4. Go to ‘Settings’
  5. Select Bitstream (Direct) Under the Audio Format

Want the fastest internet possible for your PS4? See my post on how to set that up.

How to Fix PS4 Blu Ray Corrupted Data

  1. Go to ‘Notifications’
  2. Choose ‘Options’ and Select ‘Downloads’
  3. Select the Corrupted Data
  4. Choose ‘Options’ for it and Delete ‘Data’
  5. Wipe and Clean the Disc
  6. Reinstall Blu Ray Data Again

It’s the simplest and easiest method to fix your Blu-ray corrupted data. Most of the time, it will work for your console.

But if the data remains corrupted, then you’ll need to try alternative solutions. Don’t worry; I have got your back with some other solutions to try on your PS4 console.

Want to get the best PS4 gaming experience? See the best PS4 accessories in my article here.

Restore Licenses to Fix Corrupted PS4 Data

  1. Turn On PS4 Console
  2. Go to ‘Settings’
  3. Select ‘Account Management’
  4. Restore Licenses

Restoring the licenses of all the games associated with your account can fix the problem for many people. On some occasions, one of the Blu-ray licenses fails to sync with your account. Due to it, the corrupted data problem arises.

Rebuild PS4 Database to Fix Corrupted Data

Rebuilding the PS4 database can help to fix the corrupted data by following these steps:

  1. Make Sure the PS4 is Turned ‘OFF’
  2. Hold Power Button Until Two Beeps (One when Pressing the Button and the Other After Few Seconds.) It will take you to Safe Mode
  3. Plug-in Your PS4 Controller to the Console
  4. Choose ‘Rebuild Data’
  5. Wait a Few Moments Until the Data is Rebuilt

By rebuilding your PS4 database, you’re technically forcing the console to search for buggy files and the data not working correctly. You don’t need to worry about losing any data as this process will not delete any of it and will only fix the corrupted files.

The methods mentioned above are necessary to fix your corrupted data. If you’re unable to resolve the corrupted data issue, the Blu-ray disc might be damaged and need to get replaced. 

Is the PS4 a multi region DVD player? Learn the facts in my article.

How Do I Fix the Sound On My PS4?

You can fix the sound on the PS4 console by completely pulling off the power cables of both TV and console. Replug the cables and turn the TV ‘ON.’ Now, boot your PS4 console and check if the audio problem is fixed. If It doesn’t work try another HDMI cable or port on your TV/monitor.

However, it’s just one solution for a particular problem with your HDMI cable, It works most of the time by just replugging the HDMI cable.

Sometimes, there are signal issues between the TV and console, which causes sound problems. You can fix it by changing the TV’s input channel and switching it back. For example, if the PS4 cable is connected to HDMI 1 port, try switching it to HDMI 2 and then again to HDMI 1.

There can be other reasons for sound failure as well. Let’s see how to fix them.

Everyone likes to game share to get a massive library of the latest games, learn if Sony removed the feature and how to do it yourself in my post.

How To Fix Outdated PS4’s System Software

Sound issues will occur in PS4 if the system software is outdated. In this case, you’ll need to update system software with the help of these steps:

  1. Go to ‘Home’ Screen of Your PS4
  2. Press the ‘Up’ Button to Go to ‘Function Area’
  3. Choose ‘Settings’
  4. Select ‘System Software Update’
  5. Follow the On-Screen Instructions to Complete the Update

If the audio problem is still present, move on to the next fix.

Incorrect Audio Output Settings

If the audio output settings are incorrect, it will lead to audio issues in the PS4 console. Here is how to fix it:

  1. Go to ‘Home’ Screen of Your PS4
  2. Press the ‘Up’ Button to Go to ‘Function Area’
  3. Choose ‘Settings’
  4. Choose ‘Sound and Screen’
  5. Choose ‘Audio Output Settings’ and ‘Primary Output Port’
  6. Select Digital Out (Optical)
  7. Check the Audio Format Boxes That Your Audio Device Can Back.
  8. Choose ‘Audio Format Priority’ and Check the Bitstream (Dolby)

I hope that one of these methods will surely help you fix the sound on the PS4 console. 

Transform your PS4 experience learn about the best PS4 accessories down below on Amazon.

[amalinkspro_table id=”2764″ aff-id=”undefined” new-window=”on” nofollow=”on” addtocart=”on” /]