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Topic # 225581 24-Nov-2017 21:54
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Just wondering if anyone can see any major difference in following systems.

 

Also I can't tell if they output dolby HD or just decode it:

 

 

 

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It is to replace an over 10 year one, and I prefer wireless rear speakers, though I know they have limitations and need power.

 

Mainly for watching movies, TV and in a small room.

 

 

 

Thanks in advance, from past brand dealings I normally have preference for LG TV's, so if they do sound systems just as good.


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  Reply # 1907496 25-Nov-2017 09:13
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The LG appears to decode the high resolution soundtracks...


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  Reply # 1907959 26-Nov-2017 13:25
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It may not be relevant to you, but for my next one I will be making sure that they have single remote command codes as opposed to stupid menu systems.


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