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It sounds like I will loss progressive so I think I’m going to go with the component to hdmi adapter. The one thing I’m noticing is that the adapter has to be powered which is also inconvenient but easier than any other option.

There are ones that plug into the Wii: https://nerdtechy.com/guide-best-wii-hdmi-converter

I think you can get them on Amazon.
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I posted to quick. I just noticed some adapter that would be a different way to go. Looks like I’m going to be pulling the component wire from the wall and replacing it with an HDMI. I want to thank everyone for there help 🙏 much appreciated!
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I just realized that the CX does not have component input. My kids still love playing the original wii and it’s ran through the wall with component. Do I have a work around? Can someone recommend a quality adapter (component to hdmi)?
My B6 had two 3mm jack inputs one for audio and one for video. I’m only see composite with the X.
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The B6 had come with adapters. One 3mm jack with white and red for audio and one with red, green and blue for video. The CX only come with one 3mm jack for composite video it seems.
Audio video receiver would have component in and then HDMI out......
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Audio video receiver would have component in and then HDMI out......
Some do. Some don't, A lot of the lower end models don't re-encode the signal they only switch so component in only goes to component out. HDMI in only goes to HDMI out. I was surprised to first time I helped a friend hook up a lower end AVR and couldn't make sense of why the component and composite devices gave no signal on HDMI.
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I don’t understand. Why cheap out and remove the component input and keep the composite? Composite is the older of the two inputs.
Be grateful you have even one. It varies from country to country. Here in the UK we have neither! Just a headphone socket and an optical out, along with the 2 usb and 4 HDMIs.

I think the point of 4 HDMIs is that once you have number 2 connected to your AVR or Soundbar, you still have 3 spare ones for older devices via HDMI adaptors.

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Audio video receiver would have component in and then HDMI out......
My Denon can only do component to HDMI conversion at 480i. Easier just to get a $15 converter or Wii HDMI dongle. Get to keep progressive that way.
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Wait, what?!? No S-Video support? I have a large box of SVHS tapes I need to watch...

Actually on the component to HDMI front I have used them in the past successfully. I think I got rid of my last one about 5 years ago. But, I still use some composite to HDMI adapters.

I would love to see first hand reports on the GX once they start shipping. I have one on preorder, only reason over the CX was the ATSC3.0 tuner. My local stations are supposed to start broadcasting this year in ATSC 3.0.
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65 CX came early to Best Buy store. In the back of my car right now headed home to hook her up! I’ve ordered an HDMI to component adapter off eBay should arrive Tuesday. Thanks again to everyone for their help
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65 CX came early to Best Buy store. In the back of my car right now headed home to hook her up! I’️ve ordered an HDMI to component adapter off eBay should arrive Tuesday. Thanks again to everyone for their help
Can't wait to hear your impressions!
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Can't wait to hear your impressions!
She’s definitely a lot heavier than I expected compared to my 55” B6!
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First impressions of CX "65 that I have had for a few days. Not an advanced tech person here. For reference, I use the TV 80% for gaming, and 20% for streaming (youtube tv, netfilx, etc) and I am coming from a LG B7
1) Standard non-HDR picture is essentially the same to my old B7. Uniformity and "cleanliness" of screen seem improved. There may be improvements but my eye would not be able to tell
2) In terms of HDR, the picture is improved, and definitely brighter than my B7.
3) Does seem as others have mentioned DTS is not supported
Being a gamer I upgraded primarily to future proof with HDMI 2.1 and the new systems coming out, and I like to upgrade sets every three years or so. The HDR is definitely an improvement over the B7 no question. Overall happy with purchase. Can't say its a $2,700 worth improvement, but I don't think anyone would disagree with that. The price you pay for being a TV snob
If anyone has any gaming related questions (I currently use with PS4 PRO and Xbox One X) please let me know.
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First impressions of CX "65 that I have had for a few days. Not an advanced tech person here. For reference, I use the TV 80% for gaming, and 20% for streaming (youtube tv, netfilx, etc) and I am coming from a LG B7
1) Standard non-HDR picture is essentially the same to my old B7. Uniformity and "cleanliness" of screen seem improved. There may be improvements but my eye would not be able to tell
2) In terms of HDR, the picture is improved, and definitely brighter than my B7.
3) Does seem as others have mentioned DTS is not supported
Being a gamer I upgraded primarily to future proof with HDMI 2.1 and the new systems coming out, and I like to upgrade sets every three years or so. The HDR is definitely an improvement over the B7 no question. Overall happy with purchase. Can't say its a $2,700 worth improvement, but I don't think anyone would disagree with that. The price you pay for being a TV snob
If anyone has any gaming related questions (I currently use with PS4 PRO and Xbox One X) please let me know.
Any burning smell from the back as others have noted?
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Thanks for posting this. I am assuming it comes with both the mount and bracket. Looks like a very slick way to mount it on the wall.
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65 CX came early to Best Buy store. In the back of my car right now headed home to hook her up! I’ve ordered an HDMI to component adapter off eBay should arrive Tuesday. Thanks again to everyone for their help
Let us know if that works as sometimes they do not. Some devises require HDCP compliance.
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First impressions of CX "65 that I have had for a few days. Not an advanced tech person here. For reference, I use the TV 80% for gaming, and 20% for streaming (youtube tv, netfilx, etc) and I am coming from a LG B7
1) Standard non-HDR picture is essentially the same to my old B7. Uniformity and "cleanliness" of screen seem improved. There may be improvements but my eye would not be able to tell
2) In terms of HDR, the picture is improved, and definitely brighter than my B7.
3) Does seem as others have mentioned DTS is not supported
Being a gamer I upgraded primarily to future proof with HDMI 2.1 and the new systems coming out, and I like to upgrade sets every three years or so. The HDR is definitely an improvement over the B7 no question. Overall happy with purchase. Can't say its a $2,700 worth improvement, but I don't think anyone would disagree with that. The price you pay for being a TV snob [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
If anyone has any gaming related questions (I currently use with PS4 PRO and Xbox One X) please let me know.
Any burning smell from the back as others have noted?
no smells coming from mine
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Sorry to say if you didn't see any difference in PQ between the C8 and C9 then you won't see it with the CX. There definetly was visible improvements in most areas of PQ on the C9 but you are not seeing them so you don't need to worry.
So I’m not crazy! I swear my C9 looks improved over my dads C8 but from most reviews people make it sound like there’s no difference. Overall the C9 looks sharper with less noise to me. I just wish I didn’t have tinting like his C8. Ha
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Thanks for posting this. I am assuming it comes with both the mount and bracket. Looks like a very slick way to mount it on the wall.
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Yes, thank you! I thought I had seen that somewhere.
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Hiya folks,

Just finished setting up my CX 65 delivered from Best Buy. All good so far but missing a critical "component" - anyone know if it's worth buying a Nvidia GTX with VRR/G-Sync support, or wait out for future GPU to be released? (like Ampere?) I'd like to take full advantage of hdmi 2.1 / g-sync / hdr. Unsure if the current GTX's are full spec'd to support hdmi 2.1. Currently hot-dogging a couple 10 year old GTX580's.
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Hiya folks,

Just finished setting up my CX 65 delivered from Best Buy. All good so far but missing a critical "component" - anyone know if it's worth buying a Nvidia GTX with VRR/G-Sync support, or wait out for future GPU to be released? (like Ampere?) I'd like to take full advantage of hdmi 2.1 / g-sync / hdr. Unsure if the current GTX's are full spec'd to support hdmi 2.1. Currently hot-dogging a couple 10 year old GTX580's.
No current PC GPU or Console supports HDMI 2.1. The Xbox One X supports some stuff like VRR and ALLM. The next batch of Nvidia cards and the upcoming Xbox Series X and PS5 will have HDMI 2.1. So if you can, wait. I currently have a 2080ti with my C9 and it is fantastic.
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First impressions of CX "65 that I have had for a few days. Not an advanced tech person here. For reference, I use the TV 80% for gaming, and 20% for streaming (youtube tv, netfilx, etc) and I am coming from a LG B7
1) Standard non-HDR picture is essentially the same to my old B7. Uniformity and "cleanliness" of screen seem improved. There may be improvements but my eye would not be able to tell
2) In terms of HDR, the picture is improved, and definitely brighter than my B7.
3) Does seem as others have mentioned DTS is not supported
Being a gamer I upgraded primarily to future proof with HDMI 2.1 and the new systems coming out, and I like to upgrade sets every three years or so. The HDR is definitely an improvement over the B7 no question. Overall happy with purchase. Can't say its a $2,700 worth improvement, but I don't think anyone would disagree with that. The price you pay for being a TV snob
If anyone has any gaming related questions (I currently use with PS4 PRO and Xbox One X) please let me know.
Have you tried VRR and/or 1080p/120Hz using the Xbox One X? If so, any impressions of it?
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No current PC GPU or Console supports HDMI 2.1. The Xbox One X supports some stuff like VRR and ALLM. The next batch of Nvidia cards and the upcoming Xbox Series X and PS5 will have HDMI 2.1. So if you can, wait. I currently have a 2080ti with my C9 and it is fantastic.
Your first sentence is incorrect. As you already mentioned the Xbox One X has HDMI 2.1 VRR and ALLM.

What the next gen consoles and video cards are going to also have is HDMI 2.1 4K120.
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So does BFI work together with GSYNC and HDR?
How is the quality of BFI above 60fps?
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Just finished setting up my CX 65 delivered from Best Buy. All good so far but missing a critical "component" - anyone know if it's worth buying a Nvidia GTX with VRR/G-Sync support, or wait out for future GPU to be released? (like Ampere?) I'd like to take full advantage of hdmi 2.1 / g-sync / hdr. Unsure if the current GTX's are full spec'd to support hdmi 2.1. Currently hot-dogging a couple 10 year old GTX580's.
100% you must wait for RTX 3080 cards which will allow you to fully enjoy 4K 120hz VRR GSYNC gaming. Thanks to HDMI 2.1
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First impressions of CX "65 that I have had for a few days. Not an advanced tech person here. For reference, I use the TV 80% for gaming, and 20% for streaming (youtube tv, netfilx, etc) and I am coming from a LG B7
1) Standard non-HDR picture is essentially the same to my old B7. Uniformity and "cleanliness" of screen seem improved. There may be improvements but my eye would not be able to tell
2) In terms of HDR, the picture is improved, and definitely brighter than my B7.
3) Does seem as others have mentioned DTS is not supported
Being a gamer I upgraded primarily to future proof with HDMI 2.1 and the new systems coming out, and I like to upgrade sets every three years or so. The HDR is definitely an improvement over the B7 no question. Overall happy with purchase. Can't say its a $2,700 worth improvement, but I don't think anyone would disagree with that. The price you pay for being a TV snob
If anyone has any gaming related questions (I currently use with PS4 PRO and Xbox One X) please let me know.
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I am so glad you have posted this.

Whenever I say this to people I get called out because I’m just an enthusiast. But when a Professional, especially one with a reputation such as yours says it, then maybe they will take notice.

The same can be said for LG’s implementation of DTM. While it may look better and brighter to some, it is not the same thing as Dynamic Metadata, but some people just don’t get it.

Once again, thanks for making this post. Hopefully more people read it and understand what you are saying.
Saw this from your link from the C9 thread. The misunderstanding of DTM and tone-mapping generally can be frustrating. I really do wish LG's implementation of DTM simply followed the EOTF curve for the low end and only adjusted the upper roll-off point.
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If any owners would be kind enough to shed light on some questions:

Does (Game) mode allow for full WB controls like in the ISF modes or is it still locked to the basic "Preferred Color" and WB slider adjustment (in SDR & HDR)?

In (PC) input mode - has anything changed there or are most advanced options locked? I to opted use this mode when gaming in SDR as I enjoyed the processing of the ISF modes color-wise to the Game mode and input lag only very slightly increased. Does the new model offer more options here and/or better input lag?

Dynamic Tone Mapping setting options: I felt this was aggregious on 2017 models as it distorted colors and washed out the overall image as it tried to pump out more local contrast and increase overall ABL of a scene. How much of an improvement are we seeing here?

Thanks for any insight.
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Just to be clear I will not be able to listen to DTS-HD in any of the following scenarios?

1. Plex TV app (C9 couldn't do this also)
2. PC directly connected to the TV
3. Nvidia Shield directly connected to the TV


IMHO for my use case, the CX is a downgrade over C9.
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Just to be clear I will not be able to listen to DTS-HD in any of the following scenarios?

1. Plex TV app (C9 couldn't do this also)
2. PC directly connected to the TV
3. Nvidia Shield directly connected to the TV


IMHO for my use case, the CX is a downgrade over C9.
PC isn't really a problem. Send audio to your receiver with one DisplayPort to HDMI cable. Then use a different HDMI cable to connect your PC to your tv. You don't need to daisy chain.

Nvidia shield will decode DTS-HD itself so that's going to work too.
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I appreciate the picture quality comparisons, but it would be hard to compare picture quality if the older set and newer sets weren't calibrated to the same standard.

I'm also curious to hear more about the Game Mode. Picture options, input lag, etc.
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