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gregorydarcy
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gregorydarcy posted on Tue, Jun 13 2017 12:58 PM

ok ok ok i know its just a soundbar, and its not intended for TV etc

But 

i bought it while i was drunk and under strong competition at a recent charity auction, because it looks cool as *** (brass finish) and i was actually shopping for a soundbar 

so  i need to know how i can make this happen.

i have an LG 42inch smart tv but for whatever reason they just dont talk to each other via audio optical.

can some B&O fan please tell me the solution, without giving me brain damage for buying a soundbar and using it for something that its not.

thanks!

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egges replied on Tue, Jun 13 2017 2:27 PM

take a look at the soundsettings of your TV

Wohnzimmer: BeoVision Avant 55", BeoLab 11, 12-2 und 12-3 für 5.1-Sound +  appleTV 4K und Philips BluRay-Player; BeoSound 2, BeoSound 3000 (fast nur noch Deko)////Schlafzimmer: BeoEssence MkII, BeoLab 4000 + Samsung 46"-TV////Büro: BLC NL/ML, BeoSound 35, Thorens TD320MkII, Samsung 32"-TV, WesternDigital 4TB-Server////Bad: BeoLab 2000; alles CAT7 verkabelt////Küche: M5 (drahtlos) plus diverse apple-Geräte (imac, macbook, ipads, iphones, timecapsule, watch)

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Send me a message if you need some helpGeeked

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zerocool143:

Send me a message if you need some helpGeeked

Although it is great to offer help via a PM, I am sure, that a lot of the Beoworlders (some with similar questions) would prefer being able to read tips and answers here.

After all this is what the forum is about.

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gregorydarcy:
i have an LG 42inch smart tv but for whatever reason they just dont talk to each other via audio optical.

Are you saying there is a delay? or it is not working at all as the speaker of your LG TV?

delay can be removed definitely. You need to switch also the Beosound 35 in OPTICAL mode for you to be able to you it as speaker of the TV.

 

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ok so i plugged audio optical from tv - BS35 - didnt work - tried everything - settings on both, new cables, all i got was the weird ugly constant sound

then i tried xbox one to BS35 - and i got a massive delay in audio/visual sync - which sucked

is a DAC the solution here?

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thanks zerocool 

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Simply connect the cable (RCA or OPTICAL cable depending on which source is used) between the 
source and the BeoSound 35. 
Start and control the third party source locally (or via its remote) and select ‘Line in’ or ‘OPTICAL’ on 
BeoSound 35 and control the volume on the BeoSound 35 itself or via BeoMusic app / BeoRemote One.
If BeoSound 35  is used as a speaker for a TV, the latency on RCA or OPTICAL must be deactivated to avoid lip-sync issues. This is done via the BeoSetup app.  
 
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egges replied on Thu, Jun 15 2017 7:44 PM

years ago, my first time with an optical cable, i've simply overseen the nearly invisible protective cap.

Wohnzimmer: BeoVision Avant 55", BeoLab 11, 12-2 und 12-3 für 5.1-Sound +  appleTV 4K und Philips BluRay-Player; BeoSound 2, BeoSound 3000 (fast nur noch Deko)////Schlafzimmer: BeoEssence MkII, BeoLab 4000 + Samsung 46"-TV////Büro: BLC NL/ML, BeoSound 35, Thorens TD320MkII, Samsung 32"-TV, WesternDigital 4TB-Server////Bad: BeoLab 2000; alles CAT7 verkabelt////Küche: M5 (drahtlos) plus diverse apple-Geräte (imac, macbook, ipads, iphones, timecapsule, watch)

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egges replied on Thu, Jun 15 2017 7:48 PM

btw, in the Setup-app the sensitivity just controls the autostart and has no impact on the sound-level

Wohnzimmer: BeoVision Avant 55", BeoLab 11, 12-2 und 12-3 für 5.1-Sound +  appleTV 4K und Philips BluRay-Player; BeoSound 2, BeoSound 3000 (fast nur noch Deko)////Schlafzimmer: BeoEssence MkII, BeoLab 4000 + Samsung 46"-TV////Büro: BLC NL/ML, BeoSound 35, Thorens TD320MkII, Samsung 32"-TV, WesternDigital 4TB-Server////Bad: BeoLab 2000; alles CAT7 verkabelt////Küche: M5 (drahtlos) plus diverse apple-Geräte (imac, macbook, ipads, iphones, timecapsule, watch)

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Many thanks! Works via the Xbox fine now once the delay has been removed via the app

just need to get my LG TV to talk to the BS35 direct now so I can enjoy my football lol

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Many thanks! Works via the Xbox fine now once the delay has been removed via the app

just need to get my LG TV to talk to the BS35 direct now so I can enjoy my football lol

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I just switched everything off at the mains, plugged it in to TV and it worked - brilliant thanks all

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Tho again all all - seem so I'm only having trouble with HD free to air channels now Problem is that the sound cuts to a crazy loud washed out sound Xbox Andrew media player and music all work fine, just the TV HD channels - any suggestions?
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