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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

Click here. - Click here.

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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Millemissen replied on Thu, Feb 21 2019 3:37 PM | Locked

@ Sandy

This might be part of the ‘problem’...

Peter Pan does not ‘enjoy an integrated multi room B&O setup.’

His setup is a one room BV7-40 MK3 setup with an additional MCL-based set of speakers (from an oldschool BS9300), that are hardly used.

His main setup for audio/listening is a set of Dynaudio Xeo speakers.

To understand the difficulties for B&O for a future A/V integration without personal experience with recent products is of course hard for him....

....and basicly not of interest - not 

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Sandyb replied on Thu, Feb 21 2019 3:51 PM | Locked

Thanks for the detail and yes, I inferred a similar conclusion.

Begs the question though - if a one room movie / TV setup is what he is seeking to bring up to date, just get on and do it.....there have long been ways to pick a top quality (or whichever) 3rd party TV, and hook them up to a set of B&O speakers.  Other forum members have, and mostly been content enough. If I was happy to isolate a one room setup and update it for modern TV specs, I would have just done it by now.

I can't quite believe aesthetics are of paramount importance to him, so go ahead is what I say.

On a related note, I'm heading off to see the store (I mentioned earlier) that had hooked up this new Linn network player (non amped) to some BL18s. I'm really interested to see how it sounds musically as a combo. I've heard the Linn (amped version) with some good passive speakers, and it was extremely nice.  I'll report back with my honest impressions is a separate thread once done, if anyone is interested. 

 

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Peter Pan replied on Thu, Feb 21 2019 9:09 PM | Locked

SandyB:
Thanks for the detail and yes, I inferred a similar conclusion.

 
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Sandyb replied on Thu, Feb 21 2019 9:38 PM | Locked

looking at that setup, there is only one question.........why?

Why do that?

Life could have been so much easier....

It's like Frankenstein and Salvador Dali had a child.

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Peter Pan replied on Fri, Feb 22 2019 2:30 PM | Locked

Today, my B&O dealer told me that few people are interested in buying a speaker setup for 5.1. or 7.1. Surround sound.
However, this is not my impression on BeoWorld. But if that's right, the WiSA solution won't sell much to B&O.

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Sandyb replied on Fri, Feb 22 2019 2:56 PM | Locked

Yes, I think that's the general feedback - 5.1 is becoming a bit less popular.

Unsurprising - there is a reason why sound bars, even more capable ones, are so popular.

And it explains why Panasonic, LG etc are designing their top flagship TV's as self contained and not designed to be integrated into home theatre setups.

Look even at the recently announced flagship Panasonic GZ2000 - pro OLED panel, built in Atmos upfiring speakers etc etc - a self contained all in one product, not really intended for integrating in a 5.1 set up.

People on forums like this are a subset of a niche - i.e. not necessarily representative.

 

 

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Millemissen replied on Fri, Feb 22 2019 3:28 PM | Locked

Hmmmm - I guess a lot of these people don’t even know how a genuine 5.1 setup sounds.

 

Besides why should people want 5.1 setups for their diningroom, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom.

 - places where people earlier on did not even had anything but a clockradio.

Be glad that your dealer sells more all-in-one BeoSystems and BT speakers....

....5.1/7.1 has never been a mainstream product.

 

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Sandyb replied on Fri, Feb 22 2019 3:54 PM | Locked

Agreed, though we can see that its becoming even more niche....

Not that I would give up multi channel setups....

But I know no-one with a 5.1 set up - those that did ditch them a while ago once families sprouted, and it's not for a lack of funds. 

Ok, I'll amend that - of the 15 households I am close to 1 out of the 15 has a 5.1 set up.

 

 

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Peter Pan replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 7:34 AM | Locked

No soundbars are powerful / fully developed. The principle is wrong, the distance is wrong,
the sound directions are wrong, the speakers are too small, the amplifiers are too small.
They will could never replace the well-known 5.1 surround setup. Everything below 250
Watts 8 Ohm per. channel, is only for the garage. Unfortunately, it has become a fashion
that the speaker must not be seen. Angry

Friends - How to do it. If you give time to listen to music.

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Millemissen replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 11:20 AM | Locked

Funny - at home with the Pan’s the tv isn’t even allowed to be seen 😂

How about some rollable speakers 😉

MM

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Peter Pan replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 3:02 PM | Locked

@ Millemissen - You can then just roll with your speaker, or eat them.

  

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chartz replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 3:11 PM | Locked
Hi everyone,

Twenty-five pages already. Mmm.

I for one can’t be bothered with those 5.1 setups. I hate that cinema sound (the effects are absurd, especially in a movie theatre) and I prefer by far a good stereo sound for my TV or my music - which are completely independent setups at my place, by the way.

Atmos is just good for gamers, in my opinion. Oh yes, and 5.1 is good to sell more speakers, maybe.

For my TV, one good old pair of Beolab 6000 columns are more than enough, too loud if anything.

I rest my case.

Jacques

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Puncher replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 6:38 PM | Locked

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chartz:
Hi everyone,

 

Twenty-five pages already. Mmm.

 

I for one can’t be bothered with those 5.1 setups. I hate that cinema sound (the effects are absurd, especially in a movie theatre) and I prefer by far a good stereo sound for my TV or my music - which are completely independent setups at my place, by the way.

 

Atmos is just good for gamers, in my opinion. Oh yes, and 5.1 is good to sell more speakers, maybe.

 

For my TV, one good old pair of Beolab 6000 columns are more than enough, too loud if anything.

 

I rest my case.

 

You'll get nowhere talking sense here mate!Laughing

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chartz replied on Sat, Feb 23 2019 7:02 PM | Locked

Okay then, I’ll keep quiet. 

I can’t believe you posted 11000 messages already! 

Jacques

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