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Andrea
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Andrea posted on Sun, Mar 15 2020 10:13 AM

Configuration 

Lg Oled 65 2019 with wisa ready , 4 beolab8000 ( 2 fronts, 2 rears) , beolab 2 sub, beolab 10 (central)

I bought axiim link wisa and 6 beolab receiver 1. I connected my lg tv with wisa connection to all the speakers. It works 

The sound quality is ok, but when i connect a beosystem the quality sound is much better. 

I would like to buy a beosystem 4 and connect it using trasmitter 1 and receivers to speaskers.

the question is :

how can i send sorround input from my Lg Tv to a beosystem 4 ? Is it possible? How is the quality sound?

 

do you have any other advise?

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Jaffrey2230
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From what I know it is impossible to send surround audio from an LG TV directly. You have to get an external 5.1 receiver. Here is an option:

1. Get an Apple TV 4K 

2. Get an HDMI audio extractor which will split the video from the audio. I have one of these from Monoprice for around $40 and it works well.

3. Feed the audio from the Apple TV to the Beosystem via an optical cable. You should get the full audio stream from Apple TV.

4. Distribute the audio from the Beosystem.

 

you can hide the Apple TV, extractor and Beosystem for a clean look. I don’t have a Beosystem so just assuming it as an optical input.

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By the way, that is a super set up!

B&O in my life 😊: 

 

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  • Beolab 6000 + Beolab 11 + Beosound Core with Essence Remote (Bedroom)
  • Beoplay A9 Mk2 (Living Room)
  • Beosound 1 with wireless dock (Portable)
  • Beosound Balance (Dining)
  • Beoplay H95 (Focused listening, travel)
  • Beoplay H9 (3rd gen) (retired)
  • Beoplay P6 (Portable)
  • Beotime wall clock (hallway entrance)
  • BMW X5 50i with B&O Audio Package (Commute/drive)

 

 

 

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Peter replied on Thu, Apr 9 2020 5:00 PM

Hello Aravind, 

I was also thinking that It might be a way to use the new Beosound Stage as a hub/center and then connect my Beolab 8000's and 6000's to get a true surround setup, but my dealer said that this is not possible. Did your dealer say you could connect beolabs through the soundbar Beosound Stage, or did I misunderstand you? Maybe you are referring to another soundbar?

Thanks

Peter

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Nope the beosound stage is not compatible like that!!!

Even with the use of a receiver it’ll be a mess because of latency in the Stage(~23meter delay).

Also with anything but an LG screen the remote is not integrateable like you think. You could control the stage but it won’t control the tv, ONLY if you have an LG tv(c9 or above)

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Hi, I have been trying to find posts that may explain how to integrate an Oled TV into a Beosystem 3 setup, all I want to do is take away the BV4 50" plasma panel and replace it with a 55" Oled TV, I was looking at the Sony Bravia XR  A90J. (£2,500)

My problem is I am not clued up on the technical side of cables etc. that I assume I will need to make everything to work together, 

I have the Overture CD/Radio, DVD 2, Humax DVR Freesat box,  Beo 2 Sub, 8000, 6000 & Beolab 7.2 speakers, I also have the remote wall bracket and the Lutron light panel, at the moment everything works via the Beo5 remote, I also have the Beo 4 remote that can operate most of the system.

So I'm asking for any "detailed" help/information on integrating a good quality 55" Oled  TV to the BS3, the reason I'm looking at a 55" is that firstly its a bigger panel but also it fits pretty exact with the width of the BL 7.2 

Thanks in advance for any help you can give

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