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Full Stereo on S2/ARC Soundbar

  • 10 June 2020
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In the past it was not possible in a 5.1 setup to have the TV audio be in full stereo mode, it was stuck in surround sound mode. Does the new S2 app or the ARC Soundbar allow TV audio to be in full stereo mode?

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Best answer by jgatie 10 June 2020, 20:23

No.

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No.

I second that need.

People not hearing well find it very usefull to have the full audio coming from the surrond speakers. That way the sound is not blasting from the bar and make everyone else deaf.

Real pity that option does not exist. I see from previous threads that people have been wanting it for years. :-/

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I second that need.

People not hearing well find it very usefull to have the full audio coming from the surrond speakers. That way the sound is not blasting from the bar and make everyone else deaf.

Real pity that option does not exist. I see from previous threads that people have been wanting it for years. :-/

 

This would be also useful if you live in a flat where you do not want to be killed by your neighbours.

 

Every tv home theater amplifier on the market allows for full channel stereo (or multichannel stereo) setup.

 

And for Sonos, it is already working for music why not allow to use it for tv as well?

 

Check this link as well:

https://en.community.sonos.com/wireless-speakers-228992/full-stereo-option-when-watching-tv-audio-please-6341426

 

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@Airgetlam i remember you needed info about systems that implement this full channel stereo.

For example Denon Heos:

 

https://denon-uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5534/~/no-sound-from-surround-speakers-with-heos-bar

 

Check here "multichannel stereo"

 

Check also at this link:

https://www.the-home-cinema-guide.com/av-receiver-listening-modes-explained.html

 

Even Yamaha:

https://hub.yamaha.com/how-to-get-the-best-audio-when-listening-to-livestreams/

 

Search for Multi-Channel Stereo Mode (sometimes called All-Channel Stereo Mode) 

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