VRR does work, so it does allow that Passthrough.I assume this won't allow for HDMI 2.1 (4K 120Hz) pass through? If I have say a PS5 I'd have to connect it to the TV then EARC on TV to EARC on the soundbar?
If EARC is currently not functioning how it should how else does one connect this up?
Website experts exist, to rate with ... 10 corporate products, advertising them, and making sales to potential buyers as easy as possible. so simple. good morning .As a 10 score is a rarity, having one for this Samsung product is a curiosity.
I reviewed some of Samsung's own consumer reviews and it did not get a 10 in fact most of the comments revealed some disappointment, the top scores reserved for those connecting the HW Q950T with Samsung TV's.
Issues featured on Samsung site are: Sync issues with rear speakers and sub, inconsistent tech support (in Australia) and why Samsung designed the device with a small inconveniently placed display.
How do you change Subwoofer as it does come up after "virtual" when press the remoteI keep playing around with the settings. For now I use (standard mode):
TREBLE = 0
BASS = -2 (So far I can't hear a huge difference adjusting this setting but I felt it was too heavy on 0)
SYNC = 0
CENTER LEVEL = +2 (I thought dialogues were a little low on 0)
SIDE LEVEL = +2
WIDE LEVEL = +2
FRONT TOP LEVEL = +4
REAR LEVEL = 0 (switching between -2 and 2 depending on the content)
REAR TOP LEVEL = +4
VIRTUAL = OFF
SUBWOOFER = +2
The room is 5 x 7 metres with the sitting position centered to the sides and like 2.5 metres from the back.
I too am in a similar situation. I'm also considering this soundbar but am worried my room (12' x 13') my not be big enough. At the moment I have a very old 5.0 system, with side mounted dipoles, but like the simplicity of a soundbar.My sofa is back to the wall but i could wall mount the speakers so they would be just behind me, is that any good? Also is the Samsung a big improvement over SN11RG or are they very much the same?
Sound from rears is superb and very convincing. Soundar is 14 feet away from seated position.I too am in a similar situation. I'm also considering this soundbar but am worried my room (12' x 13') my not be big enough. At the moment I have a very old 5.0 system, with side mounted dipoles, but like the simplicity of a soundbar.
01) Is there a minimum distance that the bar needs to be in front of you for the up firing speakers to remain effective?
02) Is there a minimum distance that the rear speakers would need to be behind you to remain effective?