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LG web os bluetooth sound keeps dropping out


Tom Moir

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I saw an older thread on this with people with bluetooth LG sound bars. I have an LG micro  hi-fi unit with two speakers which is supposed to be compatible. It has an LG setting on it. My Web os on the TV is connected using 5G wireless. Every now and then the sound goes and I have to go to TV settings and disconnect and re-connect the menu for sound on bluetooth. I have the latest update for the web os as of Dec 2016. 

 

It is intermittent with it sometimes working for an hour and then cutting off. Other times it does it more often. Seems like software problem on the web os. I get no sound at all when it drops out. I connect to the TV and it is fine.

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