I have tried that but it doesnt seem to make a difference for me now unfortunately.
I wouldn't mind so much but HDR looks a lot better through the TV apps than it does from PC, so I do prefer to use ARC where possible
I see that switch supports dolby true hd and dts hd master.I assume that includes dolby atmos and dtsx,respectively.Does it pass dolby vision?I'm very happy with my Q90R , it looks like a serious piece of kit and sounds awesome, it sits nicely in front of my 65E8 LG OLED and doesn't obstruct the soundbar or screen.
I had some problems setting everything up, firstly Sky Q connected to the TV using ARC produced serious lip sync issues forcing a direct connection to the soundbar. I had similar problems with my E6 and that was nearly 3 years ago and its surprising Sky / LG still have not resolved the issue. I've used a 2 way switch from the Sky Q box so I can use the TV sound as well.
With only 1 HDMI port left for my Xbox One X & Nvidia Shield I went through a handful of switches and none worked except for this one :-
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So if you want to add some extra HDMI ports this switch works perfectly for me with zero issues..
Also I've had some minor handshake problems with Sky Q as others have mentioned in this thread, what I have found is with Sky Q on HDMI 1 anything being used on HDMI 2 needs to be turned off prior to switching back.
If you run it through the soundbar and press info button on the TV what does it say you are getting?I don’t lol , but I’m assuming I am as I know it passes DV and the source is definitely DV . this is through an Apple TV though , use the built in apps on the tv and I get the DV logo . PQ looks identical.
So nobody seems to be able to confirm passing Atmos with Dolby TrueHD... son its just a samsung marketing fake message.Hi there, I have a brand new 65C9PLA (with eARC) and now I'm about to buy the HW-Q70r or HW-Q90r, but despite Samsung keep saying its soundbars now support eARC (so lossless Dolby True HD capable), nobody seems to confirm that.
Could anybody be able to really confirm that his samsung soundbar is outputing "Dolby True HD" audio using eARC?
That’s the thing , and what I was asking about a couple of pages ago .If you run it through the soundbar and press info button on the TV what does it say you are getting?
Bass is omnidirectional, so in theory it can be placed anywhere. However, sometimes it is down to trial and error, as placing it within the corner of a room for example can either enhance or have an adverse affect. I currently have mine (non Samsung) placed behind the tv in the corner and it sounds awesome.Can some help just setting mine up as we speak and I just wanted to know where the best place is to put the sub as I carnt fit it at the side of the tv would it be ok behind it ???
I'm not using earc. I have my ps4 pro directly in the bar and the bar connected to my Samsung TV arc. I have Dolby atmos with Dolby truehd with every movie that supports it.So nobody seems to be able to confirm passing Atmos with Dolby TrueHD... son its just a samsung marketing fake message.
How will this SB work with the Samsung RU8000 4k? Trying to find the perfect match for the size....I am sold on the SB just looking for TV suggestions...I think I heard this today in Curry’s with the Samsung 75Q90R TV it was really good and would sit nicely below this TV too.