Ph1L
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Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

I'm unable to play video games, with HDR content, without having the troubles as shown in the linked video, which I just made to demonstrate.

 

https://streamable.com/7qiomr

 

It's very frustrating.

 

Yes, all cables are correct etc.

All devices are full updated 

 

Any suggestions?

 

 

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Jessie_O
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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Hey Ph1L, 

 

Thank you for reaching out to us! 

 

I'm sorry to hear of the issues you are experiencing with your LifeStyle 650. I will be more than happy to help you! 

 

Can you tell me the make and model of your TV? Can you also let me know if this has always happened with your Xbox one X? Or is this a new setup?

 

I look forward to hearing from you! 

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

LG OLED65C7V 

It has always not been easy, to get HDR to work, through the LF system.

Jeff_G
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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Thanks, Ph1L!

 

As a means of testing, have you tried connecting the Xbox directly to the TV? Do you experience the same dropouts or does this only occur with your 650 system?

 

Have you also tried replacing the HDMI cables? You mentioned you are using the correct ones, but have others been tried? I recommend taking a look at this existing thread as it may help with this issue.

 

I'll look forward to hearing from you!

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

The problem does only occur, when attached to the Bose system.
HDMI cables have been replaced previously, in order to fix Apple TV4K issues.

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Are there any focus on Bose bugs at all?!

 

1: what's the latest firmware versions, for the lf 650, remote control and all devices for this system?

2: where are the firmware release notes? They are very hard to find

3: when replying on this topic, from mobile, I have to manually delete the configured default reply text....

 

I'm about to throw this system out of my windows... It's full of bugs everywhere!

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Randomly changing source to TV... Nothing has changed! New / same cables, this happens out of no where.

 

Are their any log files I can send to Bose "support"?

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Can't recommend this system to anyone  at the moment...

We're very frustrated at home with this suddenly annoying issue. See the video

https://streamable.com/y6rsl1

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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

@Jeff_G I miss a reply from both u, and the Danish Bose support team. I waste too much time each day, by turning stuff off and on, to get things to work with this Bose product!

Jeff_G
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Re: Lifestyle 650 - Xbox One X and HDR flickering

Hi Ph1L, 

 

My apologies for the delayed reply. 

 

I recommend we escalate this for a more in depth investigation. What you've stated suggests some form of incompatibility so we will need to get some additional information to determine what is causing the signal to break down. If you can kindly reply with your answers, we will get this forwarded immediately. 

 

Many thanks. 

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