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post #15301 of 36418 Old 11-29-2017, 06:48 AM
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I have had no problem getting the TV's Netflix app to output HDR or DV. Try any of the season 2 episodes of Stranger Things...it is in DV.
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No problems here I get Dolby Vision and HDR logo displayed respectivelly when I play the related content as well as Dolby Atmos - try playing Punisher - it has DV and Dolby Atmos - so Dolby Vision logo should appear on TV and Dolby Atmos on your Denon receiver : ) Good luck!

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Sorry if it looks like I'm making assumptions with my questions but . . .

Login to your Netflix account using a web browser from your PC/Mac to update/enact these changes.

1) Did you upgrade your Netflix account to the "4 Screens + Ultra HD" plan?

2) Also, make sure that the "Playback Settings" are set to "High".
Man, I'm way late on this thread, but couldn't do anything until I was back from Thanksgiving trip. Thanks to everyone who provided input. I did have my account upgraded, and I have now seen some shows that correctly put the TV in HDR and DV. I think it was due to the fact that a TV series may be labeled as DV, but the first few episodes are not. One movie that still didn't work correctly was Sword of Destiny. That one showed I was getting 15 MBPS down and 2160p, but it never switched the TV mode to HDR or DV. Anyone tried that one?

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Subwoofer for Oled B7

Did anyone manage to connect a subwoofer to this Tv? I'm not interested in a soundbar as the highs and mids of the tv are decent enough for me, I'd just like to boost the base a bit.
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i am located in portugal and lg made a great cashback promotion here. i was wondering if this promotion was only in portugal or worldwide

i bought a b7 65 for 2100€ black friday price and was qualified for the lg promotion and got 400€ cashback

so a b7 65 for 1700€ around 2000usd, i think its a pretty good deal, i belive it cant get any better than this the prices should not drop anymore i think.

the lg promotion is from oficial lg independent of the store you buy the tv and you have 3 options, 400€ cashback on a 65b7, a sj8 soundbar or a 43inch lg tv.
We where about the same here in the US, you did well
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Hey Guys,

I took the plunge and purchased a 65" B7 on Black Friday. The picture is unbelievable I find myself in awe when the lights go out, that's when it really shines. That being said I do have an issue with yellow tint on white/green backgrounds that is distracting. There's a slight yellow/warm tint on the left edge I can deal with but then about an inch of white and then another four inches of yellow. Does everyone in here who has a 65" experience this in some sort of fashion? When I go to the OLED Banding Thread it seems almost everyone there has this issue with 65" screens but wasn't sure if that's because only people with issues post there.
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My 65B7A will be delivered tomorrow morning (thank you Cleveland AV ). Waiting to view content is going to be torture since I will be immediately running slides non-stop until Sunday night. I'm finally replacing a 65VT30 (calibrated by D-Nice). I'll be using an Apple 4K TV and an XBOX One X for 4K Blu-rays until I can pick up a UDP-203. Can't wait to jump back into the forum!

Why are you running slides for 2 days. OLEDs do not require a break in.
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I took the plunge and purchased a 65" B7 on Black Friday. The picture is unbelievable I find myself in awe when the lights go out, that's when it really shines. That being said I do have an issue with yellow tint on white/green backgrounds that is distracting. There's a slight yellow/warm tint on the left edge I can deal with but then about an inch of white and then another four inches of yellow. Does everyone in here who has a 65" experience this in some sort of fashion? When I go to the OLED Banding Thread it seems almost everyone there has this issue with 65" screens but wasn't sure if that's because only people with issues post there.
Same issue here, yellow cast on the left side. Seems the 65" LG's have this more than the 55" versions. I have an opportunity to swap mine (and then wait for +14 days to get a replacement unfortunately) but I'm reluctant to do this, since it seems a lot of 65" owners have this issue so I'm not sure there are any that are completely free of the issue.
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Formgive a noob... what is break-in slides?


They are slides in different colors that some choose to run during the “break in period”. The method started back with plasma to help the phosphors age evenly before having the TV calibrated. Some have chosen to bring this method to OLED sets as well. If you want to run the slides, search this thread for “slides” someone has posted a downloadable link within the last couple of days.

You don’t need to run slides, it’s just personal preference.
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Did anyone manage to connect a subwoofer to this Tv? I'm not interested in a soundbar as the highs and mids of the tv are decent enough for me, I'd just like to boost the base a bit.
Amazing that there is no analog audio out. I have 2 different subwoofers that would really help the low end on this set, but are useless here.

Have you gone into the audio eq on the B7 and tried goosing up the 100HZ range?
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Do you guys turn the power save feature off while running break in slides?
No need to run slides. That energy saver mode is one of the first things that got toggled off on my set. That feature (if you wanna call it that) ruins content IMO.
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Hey Guys,
That being said I do have an issue with yellow tint on white/green backgrounds that is distracting. There's a slight yellow/warm tint on the left edge I can deal with but then about an inch of white and then another four inches of yellow. Does everyone in here who has a 65" experience this in some sort of fashion?
This is anything but scientific, but if you look at the posts and reviews throughout the 2017 model year, it appears that this problem became much more common with the 65" panel as the prices dropped. LG may have improved their production rate at the cost of quality. That, or they are rejecting fewer panels.

AVS Forum members that have followed OLED for years have noted that this problem was common in 2015, but seemed to go away in 2016, only to come back in late 2017. I would love to understand what causes this. It definitely seems related to the AR filter, since your viewing angle should affect where and how pronounced the yellowing is.

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Same issue here, yellow cast on the left side. Seems the 65" LG's have this more than the 55" versions. I have an opportunity to swap mine (and then wait for +14 days to get a replacement unfortunately) but I'm reluctant to do this, since it seems a lot of 65" owners have this issue so I'm not sure there are any that are completely free of the issue.
Yeah I have an exchange delivery setup for December 14th, when watching hockey or football its very evident so for the price we pay I can't justify keeping this one. Is your area of yellow quite large? You probably haven't measured it but just trying to gauge if mine is abnormal and there is room for improvement with the exchange.
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They are slides in different colors that some choose to run during the “break in period”. The method started back with plasma to help the phosphors age evenly before having the TV calibrated. Some have chosen to bring this method to OLED sets as well. If you want to run the slides, search this thread for “slides” someone has posted a downloadable link within the last couple of days.

You don’t need to run slides, it’s just personal preference.
I have no overwhelming urge to run slides if it's not needed.

I'm at a point in my life where I can afford to buy what I want (within a bit of reason) and just enjoy it instead of worrying about everything.

Got a Xbox One X to go with this lovely set and some good wireless headphones. How does LG put it? Life's good... ;-)
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I have no overwhelming urge to run slides if it's not needed.

I'm at a point in my life where I can afford to buy what I want (within a bit of reason) and just enjoy it instead of worrying about everything.

Got a Xbox One X to go with this lovely set and some good wireless headphones. How does LG put it? Life's good... ;-)
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I had an issue that wasn't with the TV per se, but I think the connecting equipment. My BD player is about 8 years old, a Sony BDP-S360. I got some display info inadvertently showing last night on a Blu-ray and saw that the player was only outputting 480p. A PS3 that goes through the same Pioneer receiver sends 1080p without any changes to its settings. I changed the output on the BD player from 'Auto' to 'Original Resolution' (or something like that) and now the player will send 1080p to the LG. The 'Auto' setting is what I used with an old LCD that the LG replaced. I'm guessing that since the BD player was old it didn't recognize 4K capability during the handshake with the TV and just defaulted to the lowest instead of realizing the TV was also capable of 1080p. Anyone encountered something similar or have a different explanation for what occurred?
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Man, I'm way late on this thread, but couldn't do anything until I was back from Thanksgiving trip. Thanks to everyone who provided input. I did have my account upgraded, and I have now seen some shows that correctly put the TV in HDR and DV. I think it was due to the fact that a TV series may be labeled as DV, but the first few episodes are not. One movie that still didn't work correctly was Sword of Destiny. That one showed I was getting 15 MBPS down and 2160p, but it never switched the TV mode to HDR or DV. Anyone tried that one?
One other thing that will help with narrowing down content that is either DV or HDR . . . use the search function in Netflix and enter "hdr" ( not case sensitive ). Some of the DV shows have SDR counterparts that you might accidentally load.
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Cool story bro
Thanks. ;-)

On a side note - what are my options on soundbars with Atmos support?
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Hi, I'm just hoping someone can help me some info. Can someone give me the box size dimensions for the LG OLED 65inch B7. I have a sienna and I'm not sure if I can the box in the back of my van.
It is ~38" high and 8-9" deep. Didn't get a measurement of the width, sorry. I have a Grand Cherokee and the box was too high to fit.
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It is ~38" high and 8-9" deep. Didn't get a measurement of the width, sorry. I have a Grand Cherokee and the box was too high to fit.
I brought the 65" home from Costco in a Sienna. Just slide the 2nd row of seats forward, lower the backs. 3rd row, folded down into the floor. The TV will sit on the backs of the seats (you have to do that, for the length). Took it back to Costco the same way...
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Thanks. ;-)

On a side note - what are my options on soundbars with Atmos support?
SJ9 I hear is great. Gonna grab one soon I believe. Hopefully the wife wont kill me. Wish me luck!!
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I brought the 65" home from Costco in a Sienna. Just slide the 2nd row of seats forward, lower the backs. 3rd row, folded down into the floor. The TV will sit on the backs of the seats (you have to do that, for the length). Took it back to Costco the same way...
My 2004 Sienna XLE has captain chairs in 2nd row. Folded down the 3rd row of seats, and slid the LG box forward between the captain chairs to the back of console between front seats. Perfect fit and the chairs kept the box from moving from side-to-side during transport. Did not have to lay box on side for the trip, it stayed vertical. Hopefully, I don't have to make a return trip the same way.
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Glad to see the latest HDTVTest video put that "dynamic tone mapping works in game mode" claim to rest.
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My 2004 Sienna XLE has captain chairs in 2nd row. Folded down the 3rd row of seats, and slid the LG box forward between the captain chairs to the back of console between front seats. Perfect fit and the chairs kept the box from moving from side-to-side during transport. Did not have to lay box on side for the trip, it stayed vertical. Hopefully, I don't have to make a return trip the same way.
ah, in my 2007 Sienna, I had the 65" laid down. Didn't even try vertical--maybe it would have worked that way.

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Thanks.

I can see the back of the TV. It was smooth to the touch, but on looking at it more closely, it pretty much has to be sheet metal.

I guess that explains the bent screen issue. Glass would break, rather than stay bent.

That leads to another question: is there a safe screen cleaner? I used the Monster product (overpriced, but still only $20) on the Samsung KS8000 without issue, but now I'm afraid to consider it for the LG.
I just use a shammy cloth with a bit of water if necessary. It's a MUCH easier screen to clean than the KS8000 which was a nightmare.
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One other thing that will help with narrowing down content that is either DV or HDR . . . use the search function in Netflix and enter "hdr" ( not case sensitive ). Some of the DV shows have SDR counterparts that you might accidentally load.
Is there alot of content in DV or is it mostly just HDR on Netflix?
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I just use a shammy cloth with a bit of water if necessary. It's a MUCH easier screen to clean than the KS8000 which was a nightmare.
Thanks.

Do you mean a real chamois? (Soft leather.) I suppose not.

I'd still like something that did a bit more with skin oils, though. Water just doesn't do it.
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Do you mean a real chamois? (Soft leather.) I suppose not.

I'd still like something that did a bit more with skin oils, though. Water just doesn't do it.
If there are oils, then a dry shammy (not leather) works fine for me so far. Avoid Windex etc.
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Is there alot of content in DV or is it mostly just HDR on Netflix?
I think most HDR content on Netflix are available in both HDR10 and DV.

I really wish people would start using the term HDR10 to mean HDR10 and not use HDR. HDR10 and DV are 2 formats of HDR. To say HDR when one means HDR10 can get very confusing for people.

HDR10+ does not make things any easier.
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The problem here is CEC/Simplink and the LG. Has been since the set came out and there is no great solution.

Not sure what AVR you have but if it is a modern Denon you can turn off CEC commands (leave LG Simplink) and set the Denon to use ARC can do this without without the rest of CEC)

Otherwise just use the the optical out and dump CEC/Simplink all together. Other than DD+ (verses DD) is the only think you loose.

And get a Harmony remote.

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I think most HDR content on Netflix are available in both HDR10 and DV.

I really wish people would start using the term HDR10 to mean HDR10 and not use HDR. HDR10 and DV are 2 formats of HDR. To say HDR when one means HDR10 can get very confusing for people.

HDR10+ does not make things any easier.
Can you help me out?

What is the difference between HDR10, HDR10+ and DV (is DV HDR10+)?
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I think most HDR content on Netflix are available in both HDR10 and DV.

I really wish people would start using the term HDR10 to mean HDR10 and not use HDR. HDR10 and DV are 2 formats of HDR. To say HDR when one means HDR10 can get very confusing for people.

HDR10+ does not make things any easier.
Since LG reports HDR and not HDR10 on the screen it will always be confusing to some no matter how you refer to it.
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