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  1. @td47 Thank you for your detailed answers and participation in that problem! For now, I contacted Nubert describing the problem. The really looked into it coming up with the fact, that it is probably a firmware bug in the WebOS. They also mentioned the Auto-On-Off function of the speakers themselves as you already did, and that it also necessary to have connected the HDMI cable to a socket which is not always powered. However, this is a different pair of shoes. I now opened up a ticket LG support, hoping for them to really have a look into it. I also took a video describing my problem.
  2. @td47: Good morning, thanks for your input here. I checked already out that function before and the function Auto On / Off was always activated. It also works for all other inputs, besides for the "Port"-input. Apparently, here happens exactly what's quoted in the description you copied. The HDMI-ARC adapter seems to get always power from it's USB plug and therefore the Auto On / Off function of the speakers is not working. However, this goes a bit in a different direction that I was heading to. In my setup, I don't want to rely on the Auto On / Off function of the speakers themselves- I
  3. Dear All, I'm new here hoping to find a solution to my problem, after now trying around for almost two days without any result. My set-up: - LG OLED55C97LA OLED TV - Nubert nuPro X-3000 (Pair of active speakers) The active speakers are connected to the TV via HDMI-ARC on both sides. I'm aware that my configuration might be a bit unique, however I have the feeling that it is the TV / webOS which is messing arround with me. After connecting my speakers to the HDMI-ARC, changing the TVs output to the HDMI 2 (ARC) is started the device configuration. I was glad, as typing i


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