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The LG 2019 OLED gets WiSA-based wireless Dolby Atmos audio.

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Peter Pan posted on Wed, Dec 12 2018 11:40 AM

For Home Entertainment Via LG’s 2019 Line-Up of OLED and Flagship UHD/LCD WiSA Ready TVs

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LG TV line for March / April, these things get HOT. We write about LG 4K TVs 2019 lineups -
HDMI 2.1 - eARC system, - Audio accessories - WiSA. If you have news now, write. Thanks. Yes - thumbs up

 

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Michael replied on Wed, Dec 12 2018 11:44 AM
Really interesting and great. Built in support for

5.1 and more. No real need then perhaps for a Beocenter, even though I would prefer having the correct profile for each speaker type. Now only puc is missing. Then most of the stuff is there.
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I would not say most stuff is there,

I would say one thing closer Big Smile

But it is very good, and I do think that it could drive Beolab sales up.

Imo I would still miss a lot of functions...

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Michael replied on Wed, Dec 12 2018 12:27 PM
Emil Jensen:

I would not say most stuff is there,

I would say one thing closer

But it is very good, and I do think that it could drive Beolab sales up.

Imo I would still miss a lot of functions...

Beovision Eclipse, Beolab 20, Beosound 1 Google assist, Beoplay M3, Beoplay H6

Certainly but it will mean that more people have more choices without having to add a receiver. I also think this will make wisa speakers more frequent, which is a good thing too.
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Indeed a very good thing :)

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Why just one thread, when we can have two....about this 🤥

https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/35692/265039.aspx#265039

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If so, I’ll copy my post from there - which very much gives my take on this:

This was expected, after the announcement of the WiSA Ready solution in september:

https://www.dealerscope.com/article/new-wisa-ready-certification-launches-alongside-first-certified-product/

A pre-model was tested a couple of years ago in Struer (with some LG/2016 models).

I would not say that it is bad news - however, you MUST to go wireless.....maybe B&O should start producing extra Receiver 1’s 😉

And you won’t benefit from the B&O audio solutions/engine, the integration of NL and the controlling with a BeoRemote One......

They claim support for Atmos/DTS-X.

With 8 channels I don’t see much support for overhead channels - it might be sufficient for a lot of users, though.

We will be wiser (= wisa) after CES 2019.

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Michael:
I also think this will make wisa speakers more frequent, which is a good thing too.

WiSA speakers, maybe - but do you really think, that the average LG buyer will get 2 or more -pretty expensive - BeoLabs?

I don’t!

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HDMI 2.1 / eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) on LG 2019 OLED solves many known issues in the future. We can hope for it too.-

Click here.

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Michael:
Really interesting and great. Built in support for

5.1 and more. No real need then perhaps for a Beocenter, even though I would prefer having the correct profile for each speaker type. Now only puc is missing. Then most of the stuff is there.

I am really amazed how the longtime effords, research and experimenting of the Audio Department in Struer (key words: Technical Sound Guide, TrueImage™ algorithm, Geoff Martin - read his blog.....) is neglected.

Maybe that is/was all in vain, when even B&O users can get along with much less.

I am still be be convinced that a ‘surround solution’ in an LG-tv can come nowhere near a B&O sound solution as used in the BSys4 platform-based products.

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Millemissen:

Michael:
I also think this will make wisa speakers more frequent, which is a good thing too.

WiSA speakers, maybe - but do you really think, that the average LG buyer will get 2 or more -pretty expensive - BeoLabs?

I don’t!

MM

I bought my Beolab 20 2 years before buying a Beovision, 

A lot more people think the price of a beovision is insane than Beolabs.

Imo Beolab is much more value for the money, as they do not turn obsolete the same way. 

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Emil Jensen:

A lot more people think the price of a beovision is insane than Beolabs.

Imo Beolab is much more value for the money, as they do not turn obsolete the same way. 

I am not talking about BeoVisions - after all we know, there will be no more of these.

Don’t try to convince me of ‘the value for money’ of the WiSA-BeoLabs - try to convince an LG OLED buyer.

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Peter Pan:


HDMI 2.1 / eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) on LG 2019 OLED solves many known issues in the future. We can hope for it too.-

Click here.

Why would you need eARC in that case - the sound comes direct from the tv using the connected WiSA dongle as transmitter.

There is no receiver/prepro ,that would need eARC, involved there.

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@ Millemissen you have one of the last = BeoVision Avant 2014 from B & O.

Today, a TV from Bang & Olufsen is a LG 2017 OLED TV, and probably the last one we've seen.
So you can wish the past to bake, as much as you want. a BeoVision TV is an LG tv.

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Peter Pan:

@ Millemissen you have one of the last = BeoVision Avant 2014 from B & O.

Today, a TV from Bang & Olufsen is a LG 2017 OLED TV, and probably the last one we've seen.
So you can wish the past to bake, as much as you want. a BeoVision TV is an LG tv.

I am pretty sure, that those who know and those who actually own a BeoVision Eclipse won’t agree with you.

If you only had the slightest experience, hands on of an Eclipse, I could take your statement seriously.

No, it is not a BV7 for sure - I know....

.....and thank god for that!

MM

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