Originally Posted by kleve1972
Okay, I'm going to ask the dumb question. Has anyone tried playing a disc with DTS:X? If so, how does it sound? What does the soundbar actually output?
I just received mine yesterday and tried all different sorts of format. Atmos was excellent but wasn't completely blown away, I did hear some rain coming from above when watching the Dolby demo. Then I tried a DTS:X mkv with Plex, that didn't give me any sound
When unchecking DTS:X capable receiver in the Plex settings, I did get a sound and the info button gave me: DTS. So I guess no DTS:X support and I'm not sure if it's even DTS 5.1. DTS 5.1 and AC3 do sound good but off course, no real rear sounds are noticeable.
Overall the sound quality is great and very crisp. I do have some issues with my audio getting out of sync, for example with Netflix with my Sony Android TV and connected with ARC, I do see some small (like 50 ms) lip sync issues. I tried to fix it with the sync button on the remote, but it seems the lip sync should be something like minus-50 and I can only do plus in a range of 0-300
One of my other concerns was the Harmony not working correctly (like with the Samsung 950). When configuring the device, Harmony did not seem to recognize it so I had to manually program it. That did work fortunately and after some hassle with configuring all the inputs (and the correct order), I can now use my Harmony like I did with my Philips Fidelio.
Two questions, did anyone manage to get the soundbar connected to the Wi-Fi? I tried it with my Galaxy S7 and the Music Flow app but I cannot get it connected, it hangs on connection to network and I dont even get the chance to enter a wifi password. Cable did work and also tried spotify, that worked great but because I don't have a spare network cable (tv, ps4, odroid c2 and my cable box use up all the ports), I want to connect it to my Wifi.
The other question, does someone know if its possible to connect rears to this one to have a "real" 5.1 sound?