Oct 7, 2017
I understand that my question isn't going to be directly related to what is being discussed in the thread, but considering the kind of investment Lifestyle 650 is, I decided to hazard a try nonetheless. I have a LG OLED 65 inch C7, and planning to buy the Lifestyle 650 as a compact home theater solution to work with the TV. Considering that you have had such trouble getting it to work with your LG OLED for 4K content, would you still recommend buying LS 650? Also, overall from a quality of music perspective too, is it worth the investment?
I do sincerely hope Bose resolves the specific issue that you have highligheted, and also that you share your experience in some more detail here.
It’s only the 4K Apple TV that has had issues, otherwise I do recommend the system. All other components work. I think it’s a firmware or bandwidth issue. But all other things work well.
i still recommend the system
Oct 13, 2017
The sound is great. But 4K still not mature. Apple TV 4k makes problems; XBOX One S does not run over HDMI in 4k. Current picture expansions at the end device - here Panasonic UHD and ACER UHD Beamer.
Finaly it works !!! 4K 60hz 4:2:2 !! In fact the problem was quite simple... I changed my cables... I took those cables from amazon https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B00KR9HLL0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
and it works like a charm... no blip, no artefacts.
problem solved for me.
thanks for your help.
yes my tv is detecting the hdr signal.
Sep 30, 2017
I've tried new cables and I still can't get it work reliably. It will work for a while and then it seems like changing an app or watching a movie will cause the screen to go black and then come back on. The only way to resolve it, temporarily, is to go to the AppleTV settings and select "Check Cables". It's a bit difficult because the screen is black for a while, then it displays for a few seconds. I have to keep moving through the interface when the screen is displayed.
I'm surprised Bose hasn't posted a notice explaining that they are aware of the problem and are working on a fix.
Sorry to hear about the ongoing issues. I'd just like to summarise the main troubleshooting steps that have been suggested so far - can you all confirm that you have tried all of these and HDR still isn't working?
- Full reset of all devices (including HDMI cables)
- Turning the soundbar's CEC settings within the Bose app to "alternative on" or "off"
- Trying the cables suggested by cattyman407 and Duduledur
- Setting "HDMI UHD Color" for each HDMI input (where possible)
I'd also be interested to know which TV (and model) you each have. So far two users commenting on this topic appear to have got HDR working using a Samsung TV.
Thanks and regards