I can’t duplicate it. All works fine whether I go from the remote or guide. Incidentally, if you go from the remote you want to input 54001 to get directly to the channel.I'll be interested in see if you can duplicate that.
Yep, it is now on the guide... Brewers at Dodgers, 2PM PDT, Channel 540-01...October, 2018 4K live sports Schedule - AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
Shows today's game will be on 540-01.
OK, as far as the AVR, yes and no. I've had the LG 4K for just going on a year. My audio is going through an old Bose V35 AVR from when 1080p was the gold standard. At first I went directly from the H2 (now H3) to HDML #1 on the LG. Went optical from the LG to the Bose. I've had all sorts of lip sync problems doing this. I know you can adjust it with both the LG and the Bose but it wasn't consistent, I'd be adjusting nearly every program. The solution was, and I hesitated because I was afraid of over processing. I went from the H2 (now H3) via HDML to the Bose which up converts to 1080p to the LG which up converts to 4K. Over processing turned out not to be an issue and my lip sync problems when away.you mention Hopper 3. Next, how do you wire from the Hopper to your TV. Is there an AVR in between.
Strange it is HDR10 on Amazon 4k Fire Tv and HLG on Roku.Interesting... So I did a quick free 7 day sub. I used my Apple TV and, on the beta channel, I only saw 4K. So I loaded it on my Roku Ultra and I see 4K HLG. Yes, it is very over saturated. I adjusted the color on my Vizio for HLG from 50 to 35 and it looks a whole lot better. An unusual thing I am seeing is the audio is way, way behind the video, like a good minute. But it’s a start. This is the first HLG that I have seen on an actual broadcast.
The game is 7 PM Pacific Time. (10 PM Eastern Time, adjust for your time zone if necessary.)Do the games usually start on time? Just got a 4K TV and trying to access the SoCal/Oregon State game. Getting a rotation of two slates promoting SES Events and full time 4K channels.