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post #11851 of 12906 Old 01-21-2020, 12:00 PM
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One question, while viewing The Phantom Menace on Disney+ using the C9's built in app it appeared they was a slight delay between sound and display, as in watching an actors lips and the words was a fraction off. If this were a setting issue where would it likely be? I did not notice similar when watching witcher through netflix so I am not sure if its content issue or not; I think D+ is Dolby Vision and Netflix is not. The only other content issue I have had is D+ with their very bright boxes to skip forward
I have been having lipsync issues with Disney+ using the C9's built in app as well, with the sound over ARC to my Pioneer VSX-LX503 AVR. I've tried adjusting the delay settings in the LG's audio menu, but nothing seems to fix it.
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I have been having lipsync issues with Disney+ using the C9's built in app as well, with the sound over ARC to my Pioneer VSX-LX503 AVR. I've tried adjusting the delay settings in the LG's audio menu, but nothing seems to fix it.
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[QUOTE=Jrocker23;59132274]Have you changed the arc audio option to passthru

Yes, I changed it to pass through when I first purchased the C9, as it is the only way to get eARC to work. I haven't noticed lipsync issues with the built in Amazon app, and when the Disney+ app was limited to stereo I also did not see any lipsync issues.
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Yes, I changed it to pass through when I first purchased the C9, as it is the only way to get eARC to work. I haven't noticed lipsync issues with the built in Amazon app, and when the Disney+ app was limited to stereo I also did not see any lipsync issues.
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Just finished setting up my 65" C9 and was going to make the Ambilight DIY for bias lighting/ambilight affect behind the TV. I bought a standard APA102 LED Strip and 5V 75W power supply to power it.

My question is for something like this or whatever lights you are going to use, are you worried about putting them directly on the back of the OLED panel? I was a bit concerned about heat dissipation and any ill effects it might have on the display.

Has anyone else put an LED strip around the back of the panel?

The LED bias light strip I put on is very cool to the touch. No worries about heat from the lights or TV affecting anything.
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Ohhh, man. I am in trouble. Two of the screws that holds de base are broken and I cannot take them out in order to wall mount the 77C9. This is unbelievable, today I was going to wall mount the tv on my new home theatre room and this was supposed to be such a good day...

I used all kind of screwdrivers, tried the rubber band trick, went to a depot to get a specific thin drill designed to solve this situation, but nothing worked.



There's no need to say that any help would be much appreciated.
Reporting back in case helps anybody. I finally solve this with a 25€ Dremel which I used to cut a little straight notch in the screw head and use a screwdriver.


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I'll be spending some more time on this thread as I just bought a 77" C9 which is being delivered on Saturday. Happy Birthday to me. Decided whatever small improvements offered by the CX where not worth paying the premium or waiting until late summer for a similar deal at best.

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I'll be spending some more time on this thread as I just bought a 77" C9 which is being delivered on Saturday. Happy Birthday to me. Decided whatever small improvements offered by the CX where not worth paying the premium or waiting until late summer for a similar deal at best.


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will burn in matter if only watch or play one channel/video game? its dubious question, but lets say its a tv in a business that just sets it on cnn 24/7

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You may need to re-register the remote - find how in FAQ - here.

I have tried this.


What I have found is that if I have ANY HDMI connected device I cannot power the TV off using the remote control power button, even if the attached device is off. So what I did was remove the ATV, then the TV would power on using MR however it would not power off. So I disconnected the BluRay and now it will power off and on using the remote. So I am confused. I probably will never need the ATV again but the BluRay is something I want. The C9 is damn insistent that I connect a set top box and wants the ATV identified as such. Perhaps I am connecting to the wrong ports? Are there HDMI ports that do something odd in regards to the power?
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will burn in matter if only watch or play one channel/video game? its dubious question, but lets say its a tv in a business that just sets it on cnn 24/7
Well that's just asking for trouble. Don't waste a beautiful 4K HDR OLED on a news channel 24/7, which isn't even broadcast in 4K HDR.
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Well that's just asking for trouble. Don't waste a beautiful 4K HDR OLED on a news channel 24/7, which isn't even broadcast in 4K HDR.
I dont even think my comcast/xfinity broadcasts anything in hdr. so burn in can happen with 720p?


looking at the box of my tv...its not same as other boxes with a landscape picture on it....does the outside box reflect anything?
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Hello. Quick question: because the C9 has the eARC feature, that means that I can connect any AVR with eARC directly to the C9s eARC input and by doing this, any material with DOLBY ATMOS sound would be faithfully reproduced on my speakers (including the ATMOS ones)? If I use an Apple 4K TV in HDMI one and the AVR is connected in the eARC input, will it also transmit the Atmos sound information from the Apple TV to my AVR? Thank you!
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I dont even think my comcast/xfinity broadcasts anything in hdr. so burn in can happen with 720p?


looking at the box of my tv...its not same as other boxes with a landscape picture on it....does the outside box reflect anything?
You can get burn in on anything resolution does not matter its mostly a time and brightness thing

Mine came in two boxes I think that's the outer box the inner box is the retail one you are probably thinking of
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I'll be spending some more time on this thread as I just bought a 77" C9 which is being delivered on Saturday. Happy Birthday to me. Decided whatever small improvements offered by the CX where not worth paying the premium or waiting until late summer for a similar deal at best.
awesome!! i am in the exact same situation, looking to upgrade for a 65" B7a..... what made you go for the c9 now instead of wait until the cx? The biggest thing i can see coming to it is the 120hz BFI, which honestly im not sure i completely understand what that improvement will be and if you put the two sets next to each other, when/if would you notice the BFI on the CX and not on the c9?

can you PM me as to the "deal" that you received as well as ive been following the deal thread but havent seen anything in a bit.

appreciate your input, thanks
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well spent last hour trying to get tv to work at least audio with avr...no bueno on anything. so tv running from cable box and tv speakers...too frustrated to move forward with wall mounting or anything really....will revisit tomorrow.


i would like to think I tried every hdmi connection possibility with no avail...will try optical out from tv tomorrow as my wife getting home from work isnt keen on my tinkering...but I cant do connections alone so in tough spot....


remote for tv is doing volume but not channel change...arghh...will update tomorrow, any advice is appreciated...havent even tried firestick...and the lg gui/overlays is way annoying imo(1st impression)

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Question 4K Receiver for oled

Planning to buy the 65” LG C9. Right now we have a pioneer S7 receiver. Should I have to upgrade the receiver also for this 4K TV? Any suggestions is appreciated
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Hello. Quick question: because the C9 has the eARC feature, that means that I can connect any AVR with eARC directly to the C9s eARC input and by doing this, any material with DOLBY ATMOS sound would be faithfully reproduced on my speakers (including the ATMOS ones)? If I use an Apple 4K TV in HDMI one and the AVR is connected in the eARC input, will it also transmit the Atmos sound information from the Apple TV to my AVR? Thank you!
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I just updated to a 65 inch C9 from a B6. I have read a couple of comments saying that the improvements are marginal. I must have had a bad panel on my B6, because I see significant and noticeable improvements. The color is more accurate and the processing is much improved. There is much less noise, whether it be banding, posterization or just digital noise in dark areas. have only seen it once in a week, and setting gradation to low took care of it.
I find Dolby Vision and all 4K material to be much more accurate as well. Having never had the Sony OLED, I can’t compare, it I can’t see how it could be much better as compared to the C9.


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Well that's just asking for trouble. Don't waste a beautiful 4K HDR OLED on a news channel 24/7, which isn't even broadcast in 4K HDR.
That is probably true, XBR-75X900F can be had for $1799 retail, that would do a great job with the news.....

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I dont even think my comcast/xfinity broadcasts anything in hdr. so burn in can happen with 720p?
One specific resolution does not cause burn in, still images do......
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I'll be spending some more time on this thread as I just bought a 77" C9 which is being delivered on Saturday. Happy Birthday to me. Decided whatever small improvements offered by the CX where not worth paying the premium or waiting until late summer for a similar deal at best.
Ooh lucky you...I had a similar situation, had the 77C9 for a few weeks and decided to exhange to 77C8 because of price difference to features...congrats!
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I dont even think my comcast/xfinity broadcasts anything in hdr. so burn in can happen with 720p?


looking at the box of my tv...its not same as other boxes with a landscape picture on it....does the outside box reflect anything?
That is exactly the same as my 77C9 box from Costco Canada.....the content within the box is the best available right now (IMHO).
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I just updated to a 65 inch C9 from a B6. I have read a couple of comments saying that the improvements are marginal. I must have had a bad panel on my B6, because I see significant and noticeable improvements. The color is more accurate and the processing is much improved. There is much less noise, whether it be banding, posterization or just digital noise in dark areas. have only seen it once in a week, and setting gradation to low took care of it.
I find Dolby Vision and all 4K material to be much more accurate as well. Having never had the Sony OLED, I can’t compare, it I can’t see how it could be much better as compared to the C9.


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That's great news! I am in the same situation: I'm going to upgrade from my beloved 65" B6 to a 77" C9 and after looking a lot of options, including Sony A9G, I'm decided to buy a C9 and it's so reassuring to read your experience. I love my B6 but I don't like some black crush I've experienced sometimes and wish HDR were brighter and DV better because I think DV on my B6 is awful. In fact, I rather watch HDR and DV content in "regular" ISF modes and always thought that I was missing the HDR/DV benefits.

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What I have found is that if I have ANY HDMI connected device I cannot power the TV off using the remote control power button, even if the attached device is off. So what I did was remove the ATV, then the TV would power on using MR however it would not power off. So I disconnected the BluRay and now it will power off and on using the remote. So I am confused. I probably will never need the ATV again but the BluRay is something I want. The C9 is damn insistent that I connect a set top box and wants the ATV identified as such. Perhaps I am connecting to the wrong ports? Are there HDMI ports that do something odd in regards to the power?
In this case, try to disable SIMPLINK (HDMI-CEC) at the TV level - try to see with the BluRay player that Power ON/Off works - if still does not work, try to use CEC-less HDMI cables or adapters.
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Ooh lucky you...I had a similar situation, had the 77C9 for a few weeks and decided to exhange to 77C8 because of price difference to features...congrats!

If my C9 performs as well as my C8 has been I'll be a very happy with the new purchase. The B7/C7 I have has not been anywhere as good as the C8 on a few fronts plus the panel has the goal post look, but I've hung on to it this long because its white uniformity is good. All the talk about BFI with the CX, 25 more nits (OLED will never be a light canon light like LED) and increased color volume by a few percent. I don't know about anyone else but give me a panel that looks pretty clean (with content as I don't watch slides) and I'm satisfied with OLED. Thanks for the well wishes Cam, Saturday can't come fast enough
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Listen. Ill tell you this. The netflix, disney plus, and youtube apps are the best on the c9 in terms of hdr quality and general overall no issues. Those three are absolutely top notch.

Amazon is good but it isnt great. Its a bit laggier but still good. The internal app is much better than using a web browser for amazon or any app. I havent tried a firestick or other forms to comment on that.
Except, at least in my case, the c9’s YouTube app is the worst in terms of lip synch issues. Using the same equipment, I have no lip synch issues with Amazon, Netflix or Hulu. Are others still having this issue with YouTube?
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Except, at least in my case, the c9’s YouTube app is the worst in terms of lip synch issues. Using the same equipment, I have no lip synch issues with Amazon, Netflix or Hulu. Are others still having this issue with YouTube?
The YouTube App has horrible lip sync for me, too. I have tried everything that I can imagine to correct it. It's so bad, that I have to use Airplay2 to stream YT from my MBP to the C9. That's pretty ****ty, but at least the audio is closer to being in sync.

No one seems to have ownership for resolving it. I am not optimistic for a resolution. But, I hope it gets fixed before the CX is widely released. Something tells me that will be the end of LG caring about the C9.

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so my oled has 1 burnt out pixel on lower right edge of screen...but other than that all looks perfect. so happy no major issues...its gorgeous picture quality. the 1 bad pixel gonna trip my ocd tho, aint gonna lie.

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Speakers: Focal aria 948, Focal cc900, Klipsch synergy KSF 10.5, Magnepan LRS, Audioengine A2+
Subs: Rythmik FV25HP, Rythmik FV15HP, Velodyne HGS 12, Velodyne VA1512
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so my oled has 1 burnt out pixel on lower right edge of screen...but other than that all looks perfect. so happy no major issues...its gorgeous picture quality. the 1 bad pixel gonna trip my ocd tho, aint gonna lie.
Have it replaced.
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