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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) 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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Sandyb replied on Thu, Feb 14 2019 7:32 PM | Locked

Sorry, where do I buy a Wallpaper 55 inch?

Thought not.

Even the G series was never offered in 55 inch.

So clearly not "always the case".  I know we're in a post truth world, but honestly......

So. yes, it's certainly not impossible, but precedent suggests extremely unlikely, at least not for the foreseeable future.....

The problem is that if the rollable is very successful, they'd consider a wider implementation - but it will be so expensive, they won't really be able to tell.

They sell very few Wallpaper versions - their customer base is historically not at the very very premium end.

And therein lies the problem.

 

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Sandyb replied on Thu, Feb 14 2019 9:10 PM | Locked

And?

Says nothing to suggest there will be a 55 inch.

Again, you say its "always like that", when it clearly hasn't been.

The WISA implementation was not quite what you first thought - I did question at the time whether the dongle implementation would require a separate centre channel, and I was right.

I strongly suspect I will be right on the size issue - a rollable 55 inch is coming no time soon, if ever.

You never answered the question (not that I am surprised) of why there was no 55 inch Wallpaper,  or even G series.......

 

 

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Sandyb replied on Thu, Feb 14 2019 11:26 PM | Locked

Sure, nothing wrong with hope I guess.

Your posts suggest certainty though.

And LG's history of reserving their niche or premium models / form factors for 65 / 77 inches, suggests this hope is misplaced.

The probability is pretty low, though not zero of course.

And lets not forget the price - the 65 inch rollable will be no less than 10k, which is expensive if the speaker part can't easily be part of a 5.1 setup and a separate speaker / av processing unit is required. Better to get an E series and then build out from there.

As I've said before, its designed as a stand alone multi channel product.

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ibg001 replied on Wed, Feb 20 2019 5:10 PM | Locked

Several of the post here has been about why have a Beoremote if I do not have Bevision. 

If you have a LG TV, a Beosound Core, Beolab Speakers, an AppleTV and a Beoremote One it will make sense. 

Of course this is not WiSA based.

Connect your Apple TV to the LG TV, connect the Beosound Core to the Apple TV. Then via bluetooth pair your Beosound Core with your Apple TV as a bluetooth player and then pair your Beoremote One BT with your AppleTV as remote controller. 

This setup assumes that you get all video content from your AppleTV including streaming live TV via apps on the Apple TV. And perhaps al TV soon will be only streaming.

Now your Beoremote One BT controls everything. The TV will automatic turn on and off via HDMI-CEC when you turn on the AppleTV with your Beoremote One. Sound will also be controlled with Beoremote One BT.

And you can also pair all your other B&O speakers like M3, M5 and also Essence with the same Beoremote One BT remote if you want. Then you control all via bluetooth if the range is not to big, but the bluetooth has a strong signal.

Then networklink will also work and Airplay2 if you prefer this for multiroom.

So if B&O will no longer produce TVs (which is sad) then they will probably launch some kind in BeoSound Core Plus device with WiSA support. 

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Sandyb replied on Wed, Feb 20 2019 5:50 PM | Locked

Looking at the new Panasonic OLED range, with the Pro panel top model, suggests a post BV world has its upsides too.

And B&O will offer up some solution to using.a 3rd party screen with BV speakers.

What shape, form or control interface it comes with, time will tell - its tough to gauge the breadth of their ambition really in this area.

 

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Millemissen replied on Wed, Feb 20 2019 6:57 PM | Locked

@ibg001

I’d definitely miss my center speaker and the BSys4 Audio Engine for managing my speakers.

No 2.0 setup for me!

And I would surely not want to be limited to an ATV for my watching!

@Sandyb

Having my audio up to notch (read: the B&O way) is more important to me than a ‘top modern’ tv.

In the worst case scenario I’d rather go for a BeoSystem 4 and feed the non-B&O tv with 1080P SD signal from there.

But, who says that the worst case scenario will happen ๐Ÿ˜‰

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Sandyb replied on Wed, Feb 20 2019 7:41 PM | Locked

Millemissen:

@ibg001

I’d definitely miss my center speaker and the BSys4 Audio Engine for managing my speakers.

No 2.0 setup for me!

And I would surely not want to be limited to an ATV for my watching!

@Sandyb

Having my audio up to notch (read: the B&O way) is more important to me than a ‘top modern’ tv.

In the worst case scenario I’d rather go for a BeoSystem 4 and feed the non-B&O tv with 1080P SD signal from there.

But, who says that the worst case scenario will happen ๐Ÿ˜‰

MM

Sure, everyone has their preferences, perfectly respect that.

Though the setup you describe above - you'd get no audio from the TV's smart apps. Seems a shame given smart platforms have become much better now, and fully featured. 

And at some point, the HDR itch will be difficult not to scratch for me, be that in 1 year or 3 years.

But anyway, B&O will come up with a multi channel hub of some sort - so a post BV world needn't be bad. If I can connect a Panasonic OLED to it, and still use my BL's and NL, happy days.

 

 

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ibg001 replied on Wed, Feb 20 2019 7:53 PM | Locked

Why use apps on TV if you have a Apple TV. In the suggested setup the is only used as a display. 

Yes I acknowledge the point earlier mentioned about the center speaker. 

I do not have this setup myself. One of my friends have and is satisfied. 

 

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