LG C2 Oled Connected to Samsung HW-Q800B Soundbar: Sound delays to respond during movie pause/unpause on TV streaming Apps like Netflix and Prime Video when sound output is set to PassthroughBy GiotisCy
I have recently purchased an LG C2 Oled TV which I connected with my Samsung HW-Q800B 5.1 soundbar via eArc HDMI. When I select "Passthrough" as a Digital Sound Output on LG TV sound advanced settings, there is an obvious sound response delay around 3 seconds when I pause and unpause the movie on Netflix or Prime video streaming apps on LG TV. For example, when I start the movie, the video starts and sound starts 2-3 secs later. When I pause the movie, the sound continues for 2-3 secs after the video has been stopped. There is no any lip sync issue, just this response delay of the sound from the soundbar. This happens only on LG TV Apps. If I connect to an external HDMI device such as AMAZON Fire Stick 4K, there is no such sound delay issue neither on Netflix neither on Prime Video.
Thus, the problem seems to be on LG TV apps.
If I change the Digital Sound Output to "Auto" instead of "Passthrough" the issue is gone but sound quality is not as good as with Passthrough selected. So I do not want this to be my option.
I would appreciate if someone could come with a solution on this.
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I know it is possible to set your own website but I can not find if it is possible from cold start
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I have a couple of LG OLEDs in shared spaces, with external speakers, one via optical and the other via analog jack (confusingly named headphones). Whenever bluetooth headphones are used and then disconnected, the TV reverts to "internal" terrible audio. For non-technical people this is permanent. Do I have to train everyone to select the device from the long list or can I set a default?
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The world’s young generations share different ideologies, values and lifestyles, bringing new, unique culture that reshapes the world. Having grown up with the internet, the
link hidden, please login to view (a term used in Korea for Millennials and Gen Zs) holds a close connection with media platforms and believes, above all else, in the importance of self-expression, which is why they’re constantly looking for something authentic, different and fun to identify with. So, in an effort to build a sturdier relationship with the young people, LG is offering various events and campaigns to the young generations so they can communicate in the universal language of art and music.
(From left to right) Sung Jun Son, HE product director of LG Baltics and street artist KIWIE
NFT Art Exhibition in Collaboration with Artist KIWIE
A big trend currently being spearheaded by young people is the non-fungible token (NFT), which is a unique digital asset held on the blockchain that people can use to express their digital identity in the virtual world. Knowing this, LG Baltics recently collaborated with artist for the opening of an NFT exhibition in Europe, .
Known as a pioneering street artist in Latvia, KIWIE incorporates multiform repetitions of a single image into his artistic style – . At KIWIE SPACE V2, 3D artworks were displayed on LG OLED evo TVs to bring an outstanding, immersive digital experience to visitors. More than meets the eye, these works of art were created through artificial intelligence and neural networks based on the first KIWIE Monster painting, combined with the keywords of 2022 including the metaverse, NFT, non-binary and more.
With the artist determined to fill the space with bright, accurate colors and modern technologies that exude positive energy, he felt that LG’s state-of-the-art TVs were an integral part of the showcase. Thanks to OLED, visitors could feel the phenomenal ambiance of the exhibition space, making the whole experience seem more realistic and worthwhile.
NFT Art Exhibition in Collaboration with Contemporary Istanbul
Not so far away, another NFT exhibition was held in collaboration with Contemporary Istanbul, a leading art fair and a major platform in Turkiye. As a main partner of the 17th Contemporary Istanbul, an LG OLED ART booth was set up to present extremely talented artists’ digital masterpieces on its groundbreaking LG OLED evo TVs.
At the booth, visitors could admire the fine Korean digital artworks exploring the intersection between contemporary art and innovative technology on the latest LG OLED TVs. Purple Space and Pink Space by Choi Wool-ga were displayed on LG Objet Collection Posé, while Vacation of Dodo by Kim Sun-woo was exhibited on LG Objet Collection Easel.
Among all the exceptional digital pieces on display at Contemporary Istanbul, world-renowned artist Kim Whan-ki’s NFT Universe grabbed the most attention with the help of LG OLED technology, which allowed it to shine by offering a stunning viewing experience with vivid, accurate color expression and exceptional contrast. Respected around the world as a master of Korean abstract art, Kim’s Universe became the first Korean artwork to sell for over KRW 10 billion.
LG Life’s Good Music Video Campaign
LG’s endeavors to strike a chord with Millennials and Gen Zs go beyond art and visuals. To address the typical digital native’s love for video storytelling,* the LG Life’s Good Music Video campaign was recently running in 9 of LG’s Asian offices with the goal of creating unique music videos for each region with local music influencers singing about what ‘Life’s Good’ means to them. These music videos have been uploaded to the official LG YouTube channel of that country and have already amassed a total of 12.3 million views. And to bring everything together, all the videos have been compiled into to feature every performer while showing off the beautiful scenes of each city.
These global office initiatives embody the company’s unwavering commitment to discovering new ways to connect with the younger generation through the power and wonder of art, music and cutting-edge technology. Carrying on these efforts, LG will continue supporting impactful cultural experiences designed to excite and inspire the MZ Generation and promote closer communication.
Contributed by LG Baltic and Turkiye
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Home appliances, like furniture items, art and decorative objects, are an essential part of interior design. While flashy, attention-grabbing appliances have been quite popular at times, consumers today are showing a far greater appetite for subtle, sophisticated products that can bring harmony to their indoor spaces, rather than dominate them.
In 2018, to meet the rising demand for home appliances that can blend in well with each consumer’s decorating style, LG launched ‘LG Objet’, introducing a new concept in convergence products. LG Objet solutions are a premium combination of home appliances and furniture that delivers modern convenience as well as seamless stylistic and spatial integration.
And, in October 2020, the company took things to the next level with the unveiling of the ultra-elegant LG Objet Collection, further blurring the line between state-of-the-art home appliances and designer furnishings. Created to help bring harmony to any living space, LG Objet Collection products leverage the latest technologies to make daily life easier in multiple ways, along with an aesthetic that harmonizes effortlessly with one’s taste in décor, whatever it may be and however it might change. Offering various combinations of colors and finishes to choose from, the Collection presents a plethora of personalization possibilities.
At IFA 2022, LG once again raised the bar with the latest addition to the LG Objet Collection lineup: the groundbreaking MoodUP refrigerator. Featuring color-changing LED door panels that can be easily controlled with the LG ThinQ app, the unique MoodUP can enhance the atmosphere in the kitchen, reflect the user’s current mood or even help to brighten up their day. The ultimate fridge for those who enjoy variety and change in their living environment, the MoodUP can be ‘refreshed’ with a different color combo whenever the mood takes hold. And for those planning to redecorate their kitchen, the MoodUP can easily match any new décor by changing colors on the app.
Prioritizing and expanding the customer experience, the MoodUP refrigerator can also change its colors or flash in time to music played through its built-in Bluetooth speaker – yet another example of how LG is rethinking home appliances and finding inventive ways to harmonize living space and lifestyle.
The MoodUP refrigerator is a perfect example of how LG products are developed by studying different customers’ lifestyles and reflecting their demands. Accordingly, LG product designers play a rather active role in the product development process from the very early stages.
Inspirations can even be found unexpectedly in everyday life experiences. To offer a personal anecdote, a few years ago, an idea for a new product came to me randomly at home. I noticed my wife separating my clothes from those of my daughter and washing them in different loads, an observation that helped our team come up with the LG TWINWash. This game changer allows users to wash small loads in the compact LG SideKick washer below while running larger loads on top. It is always such a rewarding experience when our customers use our products the way we originally intended and to see them satisfied with the experience.
What’s more, in my view, good home appliance design considers not only the functionality and the look of the product itself, but how that product can relate to and harmonize with the space in which it will be placed. Moreover, it should be able to fit in with any space and be able to accommodate the widest possible range of personal tastes.
To achieve this, designers need to consider how the product will allow consumers to curate their space as they want it, without making compromises. This is why LG product designers focus on balancing convenience and customizability, form and function, to create seamless solutions that enhance the customer experience for each and every user.
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By Chung Wook-jun, vice president and head of H&A Design Lab. at LG Electronics’ Life Innovation Design Center
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accidently set language to Japanese upon start up how do I reprogram to english
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