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  Reply # 1318504 6-Jun-2015 23:57
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It should be Dolby Plus - not all receivers can decipher it... but if you can, away you go.
Otherwise, force the TV into outputting PCM.

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  Reply # 1318914 7-Jun-2015 21:28
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A-HA!

Seems the app is independant of FW. And pushed out as part of the Panasonic Connect service/App :)

Was there all along since the ST50 update it seems.


Now to decide if I watch enough rubbish to subscribe.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1318981 7-Jun-2015 22:04
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Regs:  I checked last night.  still nothing on my P55VT60Z


used the app last night (it auto-installed after software update).  the xbox one app is so much better... it seemed a bit sluggish on the panny, and less polished'




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