Maybe it depends which remote you use, guess you could be using the standard Samsung remote which would control both... where as the smart remote is Bluetooth and shouldn’tWrong,
I have the Q800T and bought the Frame 2020 afterwards, when they were near to each other my Frame remote was turning on/off both of my TVs at the same time.
Both tvs came with Smart remotes (the frame with the simple smart remote) and the Q800T with the premium.Maybe it depends which remote you use, guess you could be using the standard Samsung remote which would control both... where as the smart remote is Bluetooth and shouldn’t
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I’m no expert but you did say In an earlier post that your frame remote was powering off both devices so sounds like it could be possible. Guess you would know as you have two tv’s was just trying to be helpful .Both tvs came with Smart remotes (the frame with the simple smart remote) and the Q800T with the premium.
The Frame remote works on both tvs at the same time,
the Q800T remote works only on Q800T.
What are you describing is IR remote and it is IMPOSSIBLE for it to work for both at the SAME time.
That's right. Just make sure your new receiver supports EARC not ARC. EARC is better and the tv supports it. The reason the new Denon is good is because you can keep everything plugged into it as it supports hdr 10+, VRR and more. I bought a new Sony DN1080 in April with this new tv as there was nothing supporting hdr10 + at the time. It has EARC so that was good. So what I do when I get a movie that supports hdr 10+ is hook the 4k player directly to the tv then do earc. Problem is if the movie is in DTS X the tv does not support DTS and for some reason I get 2.0 sound. So if there is no need for hdr10 + on the movie or its in dts x, I run everything through the receiver and get dts x and everything is good. My point is would be nice if the receiver I have would do HDR10 + so I could just keep everything plugged in through the receiver. For that reason you may wanna consider the new denon. If you care about that stuff. I may sell my Sony when I see one of these on sale. 😉I need a new receiver for this TV and just want to clarify I don't need one of the new Denon receivers to take full advantage of 2.1. I can plug in the Xbox Series X to the TV and run a ARC connection to a receiver and get all the new audio codecs correct?
Game Mode is the only low input lag mode.Really interested in this myself. But would freesync work in movie mode? Or is it only available in game mode?
That is not a input lag test. ZERO chance that input lag in movide mode at 120hz is lower then game mode at 60hz. ZEROBecause it's actually pretty low if the signal received is at 120hz. According to a member here (@RouDeR), the input lag on movie mode at 120hz is lower than game mode at 60hz. His test may have been unscientific, but it's a nice lead and, if it's really true, a pretty good option for better image quality during gaming. Thing is you most certainly won't have VRR, so it's a trade off.
The video which shows RouDer's test:
It’s hard to say. On paper you should be able to. But eARC is dodgy right now, on any model TV. You’re best to run through the receiver to avoid problems.I need a new receiver for this TV and just want to clarify I don't need one of the new Denon receivers to take full advantage of 2.1. I can plug in the Xbox Series X to the TV and run a ARC connection to a receiver and get all the new audio codecs correct?