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  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    I went to Milan and got to spend a few minutes in from of the Harmony. The thing is massive, an amazing piece of machinery. It looks much better live than on the web site, in my opinion. On the web site, the oak and metal strips that compose the speaker blend in what looks like a bronze effect. It's not the case. Unfortunately I could not visit the separate room used to demonstrate the audio features, it was too busy and unfortunately I had not much time to wait. And the person responsible was
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Looking forward to see the wallbracket version. MM [/quote] Don't hold your breath. The other day my dealer (he called the TV "butterfly") told me plenty of dealers are furious because there was no option except the stand. Hopefully he is wrong!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Mon, Apr 8 2019
  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    I have to admit the design is growing on me, but 77-inch only is a no-go.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Mon, Apr 8 2019
  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    [quote user="Duels"][quote user="kuyttendaele"] There's a big difference between a 55" and a 77" :-) A 55" would just fit in my appartement... But a 77" is just too monstrous... [/quote] I agree. I’ve just bought a 55 as an upgrade to my previous 40. I thought long and hard about going 65 because movies would look that bit more awesome. But anything bigger than 55 would simply dominate my room TOO much. [/quote] Same here. I was hoping for 55 as well
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Mon, Apr 8 2019
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    Exactly. And now the Apple TV has finally the option to automatically switch the TV frame rate in order to match the one of the content you are watching. [quote user="Fidse"]Well there we are different. I would never “upscale” 24fps films. I think they are shot in 24p and should be viewed like that. Where the motion handling comes to use, is with tv shows, documentaries etc. and yes, there the Sony might have a slight upper hand, but to my eyes at least, it’s to little
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Tue, Jul 24 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Fidse"]As to my own earlier question about bluetooth connection to headphones the simple answer is; no... there is no bluetooth transmitter to headphones in the Eclipse... I’m stunned, that’s just plain stupid... But now i’ve got myself an external bluetooth transmitter. I’m yet to try it out, but my dealer says it works perfectly. I’ll post about sound quality and connection stability when i’ve had a chance to try it out. [/quote] Can you
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Sat, Mar 17 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Millemissen"] [quote user="Marcello"] Anyway I will visit my dealer with a DTSHD file and see for myself the result. [/quote] Oh - there we go....a file, not a disc ;-) I am pretty sure, that if you play that back directly via the LG’tv-part, you will get a two channel decoded stream (to the SoundCenter). And if yon play it back via the SoundCenter, it will pick the core DTS signal and play that. That is, if ‘a DTSHD file is accepted via USB at all! MM
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Fri, Mar 9 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Millemissen"] [quote user="Marcello"] Ok I get what you mean now. But the player behaves in three ways 1) Passes through the DTSHD if supported by the HDMI sink (the Soundcenter) 2) Extracts and passes through the DTS core if DTSHD is not supported 3) Decodes and sends a setereo signal if DTS is not supported (the only reason for a player to have decoding capabilities, for analogue outputs or very old TV sets) [/quote] That would be one of those 5% of the players
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Fri, Mar 9 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="BEOVOX141"] [quote user="Marcello"] To me, it makes no sense to put it on a sticker if the TV cannot decode it. [/quote] Makes perfect sense since it has been the NO1 complaint for years! And technically the C7 (The Panel) CAN decode it. but to the best of my knowledge, the ARC channel doesn't have the bandwidth to return the stream back to the soundbar. However, as MM points out, in 95% of the cases the BR source will do the HD decoding and convert it to a PCM
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Fri, Mar 9 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="BEOVOX141"] @ Marcello Remember its a UNIT, ONE type label. As MM says not a TV, but a BV! My BV7-55 carries the DTS HD logo as well, but it does NOT have the codec! However, the built-in BR does! [/quote] Ok I get what you mean now. But the player behaves in three ways 1) Passes through the DTSHD if supported by the HDMI sink (the Soundcenter) 2) Extracts and passes through the DTS core if DTSHD is not supported 3) Decodes and sends a setereo signal if DTS is not supported
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Thu, Mar 8 2018
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