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hi LG Team,
I have a C7 OLED, firmware is latest and up to date. I've noticed the OLED screen saver does not seem to start when a bluetooth device suddenly disconnects, the warning box will appear and remain indefinitely, which has the potential to cause burn in.
You can simulate this, pause a show you are watching, turn off the audio bluetooth device (eg speaker) - the Bluetooth Disconnect warning prompt will appear and the movie will stay paused on screen, along with the white warning box. This is worth investigating i think.
I recently purchased a B6, and came to realize my good old AVR (a Denon 1612), featuring HDMI 1.4, won't do HDR pass-through, so intending to keep the Denon, I switched to having the TV in the middle, instead of the AVR as I did until today. I have managed to get audio sent from the TV to the AVR via both ARC and optical, multichannel working fine, but the problem came when I tried to have multichannel audio from the PC to the TV.
The problem is, the PC (using a GeForce 1070) sees the TV as accepting only stereo PCM audio, and only allows to select stereo in the device's speaker setup. Needless to say, I need 5.1 PCM to get multichannel audio in PC games.
I even tried using an EDID override, copying the audio capabilities from the Denon to the TV, which allowed me to have Windows think it can send the TV any of the stuff the Denon takes, but even then any audio from channels other than left front and right front is lost along the way to the AVR. My guess is that for whatever reason, the TV is decoding the stream and only letting L and R through.
On the bright side of things, multichannel pass-through does works fine for DD and DTS streams, allowing to watch a movie on the PC and have semi-decent multichannel on the AVR. Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD, though, are a no go, even using ARC (optical obviously doesn't support HD audio).
So yeah... Any ideas? Suggestions?
I'd like to think I won't be forced to buy a new AVR just to have it pass through HDR, so any help will be appreciated.
I'm having an issue with bluetooth on my LG webOS Smart TV 49UH6100.
I'm running on LG webOS 04.30.70 version.
I have a bluetooth adapter "Esikin" that I connect to my Onkyo Sound System, so I can connect the TV to the Onkyo when I play movies or games. When using TV or the PC I just use the TV speakers that performs very well for common tasks. I change the sound configuration from "LG Bluetooth Sound Link" to "Internal Speakers". But webOS detects the Esikin adapter and asks If I want to change the output device. No matter how many times I hit "No", webOS asks the same question over and over again. This is really annoying since I need to unplug the Esikin adapter from the wall after using it if I don't want to connect to it.
Is there anything that I can do to stop webOS to prompt with that question?
I have a web app which displays a list of videos (HTML5). App is running for 4hrs straight and then afterwards TV displays the message, "The page you are trying to view is too large. To continue, reload or go to other page..."
Am suspecting that the cache is already full or its memory. Here are my questions:
1. How can I check on the cache contents (eg: in FF and Chrome, I can issue, About:Cache) to know exactly who's consuming the cache
2. How can I clear cache programmatically using C#
Thank you very much.