I have the Q90R and have aways left that setting on, since I have had the soundbar, wasn't completely sure what it did, will have to test it without the setting.The virtual setting is supposed to simulate having rears. I have the q90r, and with rear speakers that setting is supposed to be off. If for some reason I unplug them I can turn on that feature. It’s simulated surround sound
I'm looking at the reverse (going to st-5000 from q80r). Just returned my q80r back due to the lipsync lag on inbuilt tv apps and inability to pass through 4:4:4 chroma.Anyone gone from a Sony st-5000 to this soundbar? Just wanted to know if this bar is better? The Sony I had was Was lacking in Dolby Atmos effects
What the best way to connect this bar to LG c9 please? Both have earc. I’ll be using it for Netflix via tv & movies via my Panasonic uhd playerNew thread created : ive ordered one of these and an getting it on Tuesday... I'm interested to hear from owners about it and discuss it in more detail. Recent Samsung bars sound amazing so I'm hopeful with this one.
Mind telling me why you dont like the q80r? I am looking at either the LG SN9YG or the Q80R connected via eARC to my LG CX. Id be interested to know what you didnt like about the Q80R?Well this soundbar is sh*t. Wish I stuck with the Sony st5000
Only reason I sent it back was to get the q90 wanted the rear speakers. I had no lipsync issues with mineMind telling me why you dont like the q80r? I am looking at either the LG SN9YG or the Q80R connected via eARC to my LG CX. Id be interested to know what you didnt like about the Q80R?
In my research of the Q80R, I keep coming across complaints of lipsync issues. Can anyone comment on if these still exist with the latest firmware/when connected via eARC?
Strange, I have this connected via eARC to my CX, and cant say that ive noticed any audio delays at all. I am not using the built-in apps, though, I have my shield passed through the soundbar, and my cable tv, switch, and ps4 connected to the TV.Got an LG B9 and using eARC with built in apps I see the occasional audio delay with YouTube but all other apps are fine - I would say as a pro gamer I’m unusually wired for lag of any type As no one else in my family since eARC arrived notices anything...
yeah after some more testing today, including movies and ps4 gaming, I think I’ve settled that adaptive is the way to go. Thanks for taking the time to replyHave it on adaptive which works well for me on all my inputs and goes automatically to Atmos when the source outputs it...