By Rob E
I recently bought myself a LG OLED42C24LA. I’m very happy with it apart from one issue I have noticed.
When watching hd channels using the built in antenna tuner the sound repeatedly cuts out just for a mili second each time. This is usually when there is a lot of background sound and lots of movement in the picture or if its moving from from one cut to the next. So things like an action sequence.
This does not happen if I’m watching the same program on sd on the built in tuner or in hd on a set top box or on iPlayer. Otherwise the picture and sound are great. This makes me think its something to do with the tv and the inbuilt tuner.
The tv is reporting the signal strength as 95% and signal quality at 100%.
My intention was that this tv could replace the set top box I’m paying talk talk for. I’m hoping this group may have seen this before or have some suggestions on how to resolve this. I did search the forum for similar questions but didn’t see anything I could use.
I’d really appreciate any help you can give me.
We ran an ARC sound bar with surround sound on a C9 OLED TV - this works fine . I would like to add a bluetooth headphone for my partner to use as her hearing is getting worse but key is to operate both the sound bar and the bluetooth headphones at same time - Has anyone done this . I can see away to do it with internal speaker option but quaility of speakers is not too good on the C9.
Tried to launch the Amazon Music app on my TV this morning and got this error. This just looks like an expired certificate error, but the app is 1.0.0 and hasn't been updated since release in 2020, so I suspect it's not supported anymore anyway. Anyone have it working on perhaps a newer TV? This one's two or three years old.
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By News Reporter
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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