Hi there! I returned my Philips 854 and bought LG C9 instead, mainly because of how sounds settings are advanced on the C9, compared to Philips. Anyway, I have couple of questions:
1. Digital Sound Out can be set to "PCM", "Pass Through" or "Auto". By Auto I would understand that it's either PCM or Pass Through. But as far as I know, Pass Through is more less the same as PCM - both are lossless. So what's the point of having possibility to choose between these two?
2. DTV Audio Settings can be set to "Auto", "MPEG", "Dolby Digital", "Dolby Digital Plus" or "HE-AAC". I am not entirely sure where this setting applies. When I watch TV-SAT from the CI+ module the sound is always set to MPEG and I need to manually change it to Dolby Audio on each station, no matter what I set in DTV Audio Settings. It is also explained in the manual, that in Auto mode, TV is searching for a proper signal in the following order: MPEG, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, HE-AAC. But MPEG is a lossy format, so why it doesn't start searching from the highest quality coded (DD+) available? How can I change the default audio track on TV-SAT from MPEG to Dolby Audio?
3. AV Sync Adjustment.
a) Does "Bypass" mode applies also to the content being played from a built-in Netflix app, or only external devices, such as Xbox, PS4 or Blu-ray players?
b) If AV Sync Adjustment is disabled, then also no delay is being applied to the sound - the delay is "0". So what's the point of enabling AV Sync Adjustment and turning bypass mode ON, if it's also responsible for 0 sound delay? Or maybe bypass mode is something more?
4. Bluetooth speakers connection - I am trying to connect my Edifier S3000 Pro speakers via BT but TV can't find these. Is it even possible to connect BT stereo speakers to this TV?
Thanks for any help!
Last edited by mike1986.; 10-31-2019 at 04:21 AM.