Emulate a movie theater experience at home with this LG 7.1.4-channel high-resolution sound bar. The Dolby Atmos and DTS:X features produce powerful sound, while the Meridian advanced sound technology elevates the sound, creating a wide soundstage. This LG 7.1.4-channel high-resolution sound bar boasts Google assistant for voice control and high-resolution technology for quality and accurate sound.
The Google Assistant built-in
This LG smart sound bar offers the ultimate in voice control with the Google Assistant* built-in. Just say "Ok Google" and give a command to control your sound bar, entertainment and connected home.
Two additional speakers
The 2.0ch rear speakers deliver audio from behind you for true physical depth of immersive, surround sound.
Dolby Atmos support
Originally created for the cinema, Dolby Atmos sound technology creates powerful, moving audio that seems to flow all around you, even overhead.**
4K HDR pass-through enabled
4K pass-through ensures a full home theater experience when passing through HDMI connections from an external source, such as a 4K Blu Ray player or streaming device. High-speed HDMI cable required.
770W total system power
Provides quality sound for your favorite movies, shows, games and music.
220W wireless subwoofer
Efficiently transmits bass energy to the room for powerful, tight dynamic bass response.
LG partnered with Meridian Technology, pioneers of High-Resolution Audio, to combine advanced signal processing and refined hardware design, creating a sound field with greater height, width and depth.
DTS:X is an immersive audio decoder that places sound where it would occur naturally in space, creating a more lifelike, multi-dimensional audio experience. Feel like you're in the middle of a car chase or hear a storm thundering above you.
Bluetooth music streaming
Makes it easy to enjoy tracks stored on a compatible Bluetooth-enabled device (not included).
Designed to perfectly fit to your LG OLED TV.
Adaptive sound control
The sound bar automatically adjusts the sound level to create an ideal audio experience as you switch from action to drama to sports or when a show takes a commercial break.
Works with Chromecast
Cast your favorite music wirelessly from your phone's streaming apps, such as Pandora or Google Play Music. You can even group Chromecast-enabled speakers for a whole-home audio experience.
Sound bar automatically converts lower-resolution audio to a 24-bit format for a rich, immersive audio experience.
Offers higher bitrate, Hi-Res content and uncompressed Dolby Atmos audio with just one cable.
Enables simple operation from a distance.
With the included bracket.
High Resolution Audio
Leading audio processing technology provides sound quality that surpasses CDs, and allows you to enjoy a stunning 24-bit/192kHz audio resolution - as close to original sound as you can get.
*Google is a trademark of Google LLC.
**Dolby, Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
LG 7.1.4-Channel 770W Soundbar System with Wireless Subwoofer and Dolby Atmos with Google Assistant
A:AnswerThe rear speakers are wireless for the sound signal. They pair and link automatically during the set up and re-link each time when the main bar is powered up. The speakers do require 120 VAC power.
The system overall is pretty good. It does a good job with Dolby and movies. Base and surround sound is good. It does not make dialogue more distinct on day to day TV watching short of just plain turning up the volume.
My only complaint is that to set up the system, you have to set up an account, log into Google Home, download a Google app and allow the unit to use your WiFi - ostensibly to be able to use Alexa. If however you later block the bar units' access to WiFi on your router (it identifies itself as a Chrome-cast speaker), you can block Alexa but then the blue tooth function stop working. You will then be unable to play music from your phone etc. through the speakers which is one of the features I really liked. Not clear why BT needs WiFi other than for Google's benefit.
There are two manuals you can download from the LG site - a "Simple Manual", pretty useless and an "Owners Manual" that provides good detail on the setup and operation.
A:AnswerMake sure you have DRC - OFF
Dynamic range control is on in its default settings which limits how loud passages can be while raising the volume of softer passages. Turning it off should give your speakers a boost.
A:AnswerIf you pass through the sound bar no. But if you go directly into one of the 2.1 hdmi ports in the C1 from the Xbox Series X and the C1 fully supports the 120fps it should work. In this scenario you should connect the C1 to the sound bar via the earc hdmi port on the C1. This will get you the audio and the 120fps if compliant.
A:AnswerSo I have the LG CX. But it will work perfectly fine depending on what you want. First, you will have to connect the sound bar to the arc tv input. If you want to watch regular tv like directv it will work the same despite you connect the directv to the tv. But for enjoying Dolby Atmos you will have to connect the streaming device (Like an Apple TV) directly to the sound bar and you will not have to worry about the EARC.
A:AnswerThe LG SN11RG 7.1.4 Channel High Res Audio Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos®, Surround Speakers and Google Assistant Built-in supports 4K and Dolby Vision® video passthrough. 4K Passthrough is the Soundbar's ability or an AV receiver' ability to accept a 4K video signal from a source device and pass it through to a 4K TV unaffected. Both the TV and the HDMI ports on the Soundbar must be HDCP compliant for 4K Passthrough to work. The ports on the LG CX series OLEDS are HDMI 2.1 ports that support ALLM and VRR. You would only using the HDMI inputs on the Soundbar for audio and not video. Video devices that have VRR or ALL connect directly yo the TV and the audio Source from the TV can then be transferred to the devices via its HDMI inputs...^IFV