Can you turn off the bright blue lights on the front of the system?
I am also in the process of purchasing one of these systems, and reading the downloadable owners manual for the set it doesn't appear to have a headphone socket.Hi... I am seriously looking at buying this System .. and it may be an odd question ( I'm new to this stuff! ) but as I live in a flat I would like to know if theres a Headphone Socket on this? It would help extend my watching / listening during un-social hours as I'm also a Shift worker. The flats have quite thin walls unfortunately... and watching DVD's just after midnight with anything like a decent volume is out of the question...
None of the speakers are wireless.I would like to know if any of the speakers are wireless please?
Your Virgin cable box would go to the telly via scart but you must have some other audio outputs on the back of it to run to the amp to get your surround sound.Hi i'm really new to the whole AV arena though this thread has really got me interested in this LG setup. I'm just wondering if my standard virgin cable box will connect to this system easily for the television in addition to bluray; currently it just uses scart? Cheers.
I have similar distances to you Kha0s and have set my front left and rights at +2db, my centre and rears at +1db and it all seems perfectly adequate to me. My sub is wound right back to -9db though as I get on quite well with my neighbours!Greetings
Yesterday I finally got my HB954PB. Spent the whole day unpacking and testing. It has exceeded by a clear mile my wildest expectations. Worth every cent!
It's hard to find a feature this set lacks. One of the few is the absence of "automatic sound calibration. One needs to do it manually, and I'm having some trouble with it. In the "Speaker Setup" section, it's possible to adjust the "Volume" and "Distance". One would think that the "Volume" would be automatically adjusted in function of the inputted "Distance", but I've confirmed that's not the case. So, the question is: what's the "Distance/Volume" ration? I.e, for each meter of speaker distance, how many speaker volume dB should one increase?
Here goes the "Speaker->Listening Position Distances" of my system:
Front Left: 3.75m
Front Right: 3.75m
Rear Left: 2.30m
Rear Right: 2.30m
Thanks in advance
Nope.I've decided on this system. Is there any way of mounting the front speakers to a wall?
It does indeedHi, seems quiet on this thread, seems everyone happy! Could I ask a quick question?
I'm looking to get a new tv (probably Sammy 750 or 8000) which have issues with echoes when connecting to external speakers. I know nothing about this, but does the lg954 have the audio delay/lip sync function so I can manually set?
Many thanks for any input!
Haven't got a clue how it compares to the Sony system.How's this compare to the Sony 36SS package that's going around atm for sub £300, is it worth the extra money or similar sort of performance?
very impressive for an allinone. Specs aren't drastically different and good reviews on the Sony, so unless someone tells me it's drastically better I'll stick with my order and save the money.Haven't got a clue how it compares to the Sony system.
I had an Onkyo 605 amp and a set of Aego T speakers and it's as good as those
Will not the player decode that as Linear PCM over HDMI like the PS3? It all confuses me, but I don't want to be buying the sony setup if I can't get HD audio, that's the whole point!Dont think the sony has TruHD or DTS HD, but not sure how important this is? Are these the best options for sound with Blurays?
I got mine from Asda, about £7.99 each I think. Work perfectly well. Tesco will do them too....Can anyone tell me where to get a hdmi lead from and if there is a particular type I need or is better please?