Upgrade your home theater with this Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2.4-channel sound bar system. Six 2.5-inch full-range drivers and two 1-inch tweeters in the soundbar deliver rich, detailed audio, and the two 8-inch wireless subwoofers enhance the experience with resounding bass. This Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2.4-channel sound bar system includes a sound bar that delivers clear dialog and dynamic sound.
Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound
Sounds accurately move around and above you in a three-dimensional space with no audio channel limitations, so you feel like you're inside the action.
Pass through Dolby Vision and 4K content via HDMI with HDCP 2.2 support
Allows Dolby Vision and 4K data to pass through and be displayed on a 4K TV or projector, without compromising image quality.
800W maximum power
Provides quality sound for your favorite movies, shows, games and music.
Six 2-1/2" full-range drivers and two 1" tweeters
Enhance the frequency range of audio playback to ensure crisp voices and dynamic soundtracks.
Dual 8" wireless subwoofers
Provide perfect balanced cinema-level bass effects.
A:AnswerYES, there is a major sound delay up to 300MS. Most of the delay is when ATMOS is turned on and stems from the rear wireless speakers. The system is completely unusable for watching movies due to the delay. Watching music videos is quite hilarious though, some songs end on screen a whole beat before the sound hits.
I do not believe there is a way to correct this with updates since it's a driver issue from weak processors. I noticed that when pushing 1080P content, the sound was more responsive than 4K, which tells me the processor is handling everything and cannot keep up. They would physically need to beef up the processor in order to make this work within acceptable levels. The LAG between the 7.2 and the 9.2 system would be identical due to the wireless feature of the system.
A:AnswerAtmos is 7 channel and uses the rear surround speakers for sound effects. On the sound bar there is a test button that will announce each speaker for test. Most times the rear surround speakers are not noticeable but when they fire you can tell.
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After hearing from our customers that are lucky enough to have one, you cannot do a passthrough with the ps5, the ps5 will have to be plugged into the tv, then the TV will process the audio and send it to the soundbar.
There's pretty much no soundbar on the market that can do a 4k 120 hz passthrough.
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A:AnswerNo, run ARC from TV to soundbar, run your media device to soundbar and thats pretty much it. I have a shield connected to mine and it to the TV. Any smart features play from TV to soundbar and media from Shield goes through soundbar to TV. It made a very clean setup for me. A huge plus being wireless subs and the satellite speakers are wired above subs, but ultimately a clean setup and easy install.
A:AnswerNo... it needs three power plugs - one for the soundbar and two for the subs. The subs connect to the rear speakers via a very long 18 foot plus cable. The connection between the subs and soundbar is wireless... however, it causes about a 160-180MS lag, so you need to adjust the response time with the system on the center speakers - this will also increase the lag from the TV screen to the sound so you'll never get a good picture-sound match. Everyone on screen will be done talking, but still ending their sentence through the sound system.
There's also the HDMI and optical cables that connect from your TV to the devise. The system allows for 3 additional HDMI inputs or for your to direct the sound out of your TV to the devise. The least amount of LAG is to input everything you can to the soundbar directly and carry the video through the system to the TV, doing it the other way creates even more lag.
Hope it helps.