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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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Introducing the new LG 2019 OLDE TV Range. - Click here. Find Out More - Click here.

The smarter way to watch TV.
Choose an LG Smart tv and armfuls of award - winning entertainmeng are
at your fingertips. Smart TVs connect to your Wi-Fi so you can stream
content directly to your TV. - Click here.

Interested parties can search for more. Yes - thumbs up

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Yamaha HDMI eARC support.
In addition, Yamaha is bringing HDMI eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel) support to a total of 23 AV receivers.
HDMI eARC allows a compatible TV to output or pass-through lossless audio quality from the HDMI eARC port to a
soundbar or receiver. - Click here.

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HDMI Enhanced Audio Return channel (also known as HDMI eARC) is built upon the
existing HDMI ARC technology to simplify connectivity issues. It can be of immense
help to you in simplifying you Home Theater setup and connectivity issues.

For those who don’t know, HDMI simplifies your connectivity issues when you need
to route your source audio from TV/Smart TV to your Home Theater Speakers. So
you can enjoy high quality audio in your favorite On Demand movie, shows and
music from your Smart TV’s to your Home Theater speakers with just one cable.
It saves your the hassle of connecting multiple cables.

Though still, trying to keeping pace with the growth of home theater installations with
Dolby Atmos and similar technologies which allow us to have a immersive surround
sound experience, we now have a improved version of HDMI ARC which is eARC.

As of now it is not possible to output 7.1 surround or lossless audio from the TV via
ARC (upstream). However, it is possible to carry 7.1 surround and lossless audio the
other way (downstream) via HDMI, meaning from a Blu-ray player to a receiver.

The limited bandwidth allows HDMI ARC to only deliver stereo audio and compressed
5.1 surround and supports every audio format that would normally pass through S/PDIF:
i,e Dolby Digital, DTS and PCM audio. It can handle both the TV's regular two-channel
audio and 5.1 surround sound without any trouble.

Namely, it can't send HD or high-bit-rate audio used by standards like Dolby Atmos
and DTS:X. This is where eARC steps in. Watch this video to learn more about eARC

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From Yamaha.
The products receiving new features through firmware update or app update. Availability of products
may vary by regions Almost all products will receive new features in April 2019. - Click here.


Happy Easter.

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Pete,

What's the reference for the yamaha?  Is that getting WISA? 

 

Thanks

Michael. 

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Hello michael.

No. But now that I have started, I also show this opportunity, which I probably choose when BV7 cannot do more.  Beer

I've got a good idea.
We have agreed that B&O has adopted LG TV as BeoVision. Then a Yamaha AVR
with HDMI / eARC can also be adopted by B&O as the brand new BeoMaster. Yes - thumbs up

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There is no need to repeat the story.

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