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LG 2019 OLED TV- WiSA Wireless- Soundbar- Dolby Atmos audio.

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

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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Answered (Verified) Peter Pan replied on Wed, Mar 20 2019 9:48 PM | Locked
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Hi OlivierC

2) Expected price?

From November 2018. Download WiSA PDF - Click here.

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Answered (Verified) Sandyb replied on Sun, Apr 7 2019 11:11 AM | Locked
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Strong argument you put there.

Let us know when you return to planet Earth

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mbolo01 replied on Wed, May 15 2019 7:39 AM | Locked
AnalogPlanet:

Well, the solution is: connect Beolab Transmitter 1 to BS9000 and then you can have all-WISA auto-switch functionality. :)

Does not work either. Wisa receivers cannot be paired with multiple Wisa transmitters

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Peter Pan replied on Wed, May 15 2019 8:09 AM | Locked

alexm86:
I just got a reply from profusion that they should have some arriving in about a week.
They will then load a quote onto the website which will enable you to buy directly from there.

Thanks alexm86.
I'm excited to hear more about how and how well LG Innotek WiSA USB transmitter works.

A pre-out eARC compatible receiver is also an option.

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Millemissen replied on Wed, May 15 2019 8:15 AM | Locked

BEOVOX141:

KISS!

 

Just hook the BS9000 up to the analog input on the the TV,- cakewalk! 

If you want to take it one step further, inject the digital CD stream from the BS9000 into an HDMI input (box required) and you are digital all the way.

 

Then you can fully enjoy all the inevitable dropouts and other endless problems with the WISPA dingle-dongle...  It will be sweet! The Man

Technically that’ll work, I guess.

Soundwise it will probably be less fantastic (apart from playing cd’s with the dig solution)

And controlwise....ugh! I wouldn’t want a system like that.

Not my recommendation!

 

As for the WiSA ‘dropouts and endless problems’ - I guess that has to be proved.....or unproved.

 

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BEOVOX141 replied on Wed, May 15 2019 9:53 AM | Locked

Millemissen:

Technically that’ll work, I guess.

Soundwise it will probably be less fantastic (apart from playing cd’s with the dig solution)

Would you care to elaborate on why this would less than fantastic. No matter how you slice the dice the BS9000 is analog and thus requires an analog input to make connection to another system. That is UNLESS you can accept CD only which can go all digital!

Millemissen:
Not my recommendation!
 

Sure, spoken by someone who do does not own a BS9000 (Quote "what would I use that for") or a LG TV for that matter. Sleep

What would be your lectured recommendation ?

 

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Peter Pan replied on Thu, May 16 2019 5:49 AM | Locked

When Millemissen one day listens to this, he can fortunately assure us that it plays as it should, but he does not buy it. Sad

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Millemissen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 8:31 AM | Locked

BEOVOX141:

Millemissen:
Not my recommendation!
 

Sure, spoken by someone who do does not own a BS9000 (Quote "what would I use that for") or a LG TV for that matter. Sleep

 

That is what you get, when someone couples two different statements.

In one case I wrote, that I would not recomment connecting the bespoken  BS9000 to an LG-tv in the way that BEOVOX141 suggested.

That can be discussed - I know. I just stated my point of view for connecting two devices.

In another case I wrote that I personally have no need for a BS9000 - never had for that matter. This obviously upset BEOVOX141 quite a bit.

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Millemissen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 8:38 AM | Locked

Peter Pan:

When Millemissen one day listens to this, he can fortunately assure us that it plays as it should, but he does not buy it. Sad

Having the opinion, that something ‘plays as it should’, does not necessarily mean that you will/must buy it.....

....if so, my house would be quite filled up with B&O tv’s and audiosystems.

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BEOVOX141 replied on Thu, May 16 2019 9:02 AM | Locked

Millemissen:
I wrote, that I would not recomment connecting the bespoken  BS9000 to an LG-tv in the way that BEOVOX141 suggested.

Yet you still have not explained why this would be a non preferred way, or what you WOULD recommend. 

 

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Millemissen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 10:12 AM | Locked

BEOVOX141:

Millemissen:
I wrote, that I would not recomment connecting the bespoken  BS9000 to an LG-tv in the way that BEOVOX141 suggested.

Yet you still have not explained why this would be a non preferred way, or what you WOULD recommend. 

Just like I and many others do not tend to use the analog input port on the Avant for connecting an external A-device, I would not recomment using the equivalent port on a (LG)tv, that as an overall focusses on digital - that A/V port is a relict (who uses it....apart from you).

Since I  suppose (although I know of no messurements), that the analog input port will not be par with the one on the Avant, I would not think of it a something useable for a BS9000.

Apart from this - some might want to live with that - there are two other reasons, why I would not recomment this to someone who is used to the ease of controlling a BS9000 setup.

Firstly you will always have to fiddle with levelling the output levels of the 9000 and the LG.

Secondly you will have to use two different remotes and you will have to work yourself through the menus of the LG-tv, before you can have sound from it.

(And, if he wanted to use the digital output of the BS9000 - for cd playback - he would have to use a box for injecting that into a HDMI port.....and the LG menu to find and open another imput port).

I have always thought that B&O is about ease of use for people in general....not for nerds.

 

The second part I already have answered a couple of days ago (in the danish thread).

Either you overread that - or you pedantically want it here too.

What I wrote there was:

P.S. eneste forslag, jeg kunne give ham er at bruge B&O’s egen WPL Transmitter 1 samt (S8-)Connection Hub’en - det ville da være et forsøg værd!

Go ahead - make your recommendation....I made mine - let Egon Olsen decide.

However, he is long gone - his assumed setup probably became more complicated, than he had expected.

This have since then turned into an academic discussion.....which I know that you prefer.

 

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BEOVOX141 replied on Thu, May 16 2019 11:17 AM | Locked

Millemissen:
Just like I and many others do not tend to use the analog input port on the Avant for connecting an external A-device, I would not recomment using the equivalent port on a (LG)tv, that as an overall focusses on digital - that A/V port is a relict (who uses it....apart from you).

Ohhh you Fabulous Wise One, please do share where you find a non "relic" port for the BS9000 on the BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato lol).

So I guess some are actually an analog input, and so do you! Priceless MM logic! Lets have a Party !!!

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EgonOlsen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 12:40 PM | Locked

Hi MM,

currently i am happy with my setup.

- loewe Art 37 dr+ LED with Apple TV 4K (Apple TV sound output sometimes to the playmaker, if i want this)

- Beosound 9000 (loudness on, yeah) <-> cable <-> Beolab 18  <- sound is still unbelivable

- Playmaker <-> AUX Beosund 9000

- Playmaker for streaming some internet radio stations (BBC 6 Music, NDR Blue etc.)

BUT

i want a 4K (oled) television. since years i want a Beovision (Avant mk I). then i was a fan of BV 14 with lamellas, but android.

Then i want (my wife too) the horizon, but android

then last year i bought the eclipse with lamellas. eclipse with webos is ok, BUT the other parts of software are horrible at this time. the tv moved when he wants, not when i want (sorry for my english)

after easter time (2018) the dealer hold the tv back.

Now after 8 years with the 37 " Loewe i am interested in the new lg's, regarding airplay 2, wisa etc. But i am not sure...

BR,

Egon

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BEOVOX141 replied on Thu, May 16 2019 1:13 PM | Locked

Hi Egon.

Dont let anything discourage you, the BS9000 is well worth keeping. Some of us appreciate it simply because its a piece of contemporary art.

Why not simply do it the other way, forget about WISA it will give you zero noticeable benefits in sound.

Hook the LG up the Aux input of the BS9000 and make do with the Smart TV apps on the TV. Best of both worlds!

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Millemissen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 1:46 PM | Locked

Hi Egon Olsen,

not sure whether these discussion bring you any further - only you may know that!

 

Since you haven’t decided for anything, it will be hard to give you any suggestions, anyway.

Owners of the Eclipse usually reports that the Eclipse is rather staple nowadays - but that too won’t help you much.

If you’d go for the ‘new LG’, you probably don’t intend to use the AppleTV -> Playmaker for sound?

Probably not, since you mention the AP2 as an internal part of the LG.

 

The LG owners with an additional BeoSound, that they want to keep on using plus BeoLabs have a real problem....

....unles you want to try out the ‘BEOVOX141-solution’.

Adding a BeoPlay S8 hub plus the Transmitter - as I suggested - might or may not solve the problem.

1: I don’t know if the hub is able to learn the codes of the LG-tv (?)

2: I don’t know if the problem, that it had in the beginning when connecting a BeoSound in addition has been solved with a later update.

It would switch to non-triggered output on the PL-out - and that probably would not be ok (?), when connecting the B&O WiSA/WPL Transmitter 1 there.

Since I am not able to test that, only your dealer could help there.....should you be interested in that kind of solution.

If you don’t need to run the 18’s wireless, it should be no problem to connect these to the Connection Hub using RJ45/PL - along with the LG via the optical-in and the BS9000 (or just the Playmaker) to the PL-in.

Connection Hub - see here: https://beoprime.com/media/pdf/2d/6b/59/BeoPlay-S8-MK-I-Connection-Hub.pdf Page 8 and on.

IMO worth investigating.

 

Anyway - it would be nice to hear from you, how you get along.

 

MM

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Millemissen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 1:49 PM | Locked

BEOVOX141:

Hi Egon.

Dont let anything discourage you, the BS9000 is well worth keeping. Some of us appreciate it simply because its a piece of contemporary art.

Why not simply do it the other way, forget about WISA it will give you zero noticeable benefits in sound.

Hook the LG up the Aux input of the BS9000 and make do with the Smart TV apps on the TV. Best of both worlds!

Wow - a post without bloomy language!

‘Hook the LG up the Aux input of the BS9000‘’

How do you do that?

Does modern LG’s have an analog output....apart from probably a headphone-out?

MM

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EgonOlsen replied on Thu, May 16 2019 1:56 PM | Locked

Hi MM,

it is always good, to read your opinions. since years. thank you for that.

my time for a new tv will come - i am sure. i will let you know my decision.

BR,

MM.

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