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No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

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    #16
    Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

    Hagan thank you for digging up the answer to my problem.

    Having thought it over I think I'd still rather use Vudu than Netfxxx.

    Mike

    Originally posted by Hagen View Post
    I got some feedback from LG regarding the sound issue with the Polk Soundbars. Apparently the Polk soundbar 3000 does not support Dolby Digital over on its digital audio input. Only stereo PCM is supported. The TV by default outputs Dolby Digital for VUDU movies (so that it can provide 5.1 channels surround sound).
    I asked LG if you can force the output of the TV to be stereo PCM.
    The only other option would be to connect the analog audio output of your TV to the soundbar.

    Update: I heard back from LG, it is not possible to force the output of the TV to stereo PCM. I also checked the manual for the TVs - they don't seem to have an analog output either. So, I'm afraid the only option is to watch vudu movies using the built in speakers of the TV.

    Hagen.

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      #17
      Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

      Thanks for the info Hagen. Looks like I'll need to buy a compatible soundbar. I have the Polk soundbar3000 as well.

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        #18
        Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

        Not me. I started with the $89 vizio from costco. Sounded great, went dead after 3 weeks and back to costco. Then the Panasonic 2.1SB, which was a terrible value at $200. Didn't sound any better than my LG speakers, just louder.
        Returned that to the same store for the PA 3000. Sounds great for my needs. I discarded the packaging after a weeks trial so here it will stay.


        Originally posted by BluesCast View Post
        Thanks for the info Hagen. Looks like I'll need to buy a compatible soundbar. I have the Polk soundbar3000 as well.

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          #19
          Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

          I am also having this same issue. I have the LG 60PK950 (current firmware version 6.02.04) running optical cable out into my Denon 1611-AVR. PLEASE HELP!

          Merc

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            #20
            Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

            I am having the exact same problem except my optical is going into my receiver.

            TV: LG 60PK950
            Firmware: 6.02.04
            Receiver: Denon AVR-1611

            Thanks for any support that you can provide.

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              #21
              Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

              Hello Merc98c,
              Did you try disabling the built in speakers of your TV in its setup?
              Do you get sound from other services that run on your TV?
              Hagen.

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                #22
                Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

                This is very discouraging. This thread starts off in 2007 with the exact same problem. Four years later and still no fix for this. I have an LG 50pz550 HDTV and the other services' audio via optical works just fine. I've got the latest firmware.

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                  #23
                  Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

                  Originally posted by Hagen View Post
                  I got some feedback from LG regarding the sound issue with the Polk Soundbars. Apparently the Polk soundbar 3000 does not support Dolby Digital over on its digital audio input. Only stereo PCM is supported. The TV by default outputs Dolby Digital for VUDU movies (so that it can provide 5.1 channels surround sound).
                  I asked LG if you can force the output of the TV to be stereo PCM.
                  The only other option would be to connect the analog audio output of your TV to the soundbar.

                  Update: I heard back from LG, it is not possible to force the output of the TV to stereo PCM. I also checked the manual for the TVs - they don't seem to have an analog output either. So, I'm afraid the only option is to watch vudu movies using the built in speakers of the TV.

                  Hagen.
                  Could one possibly get a new soundbar or audio receiver capable of interpreting the incoming Dobly Digital Plus audio codec to rectify this issue?

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                    #24
                    Re: No Sound using Vudu through LG's NetCast

                    For devices connected by a digital audio connections (i.e. S/PDIF) you just need a receiver/sound bar that supports Dolby Digital. But depending on the TV model, you need the proper audio settings to enable Dolby Digital output. For LG TVs you typically have to disable the internal speakers to enable Dolby Digital audio output.
                    Dolby Digital Plus is not supported over S/PDIF. You would need an HDMI connection (like on a BD player) to output Dolby Digital Plus.
                    Hagen.

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