This user hasn't shared any biographical information
“We’d also like more subtlety when it comes to dynamics. Before the action sequence begins, the small horns and whispering leaves that set the mood struggle to truly convey any tension – leaving the scene relatively flat and lifeless.
While the sheer difference in volume is adequate (this soundbar moves from quiet to loud smoothly), the tiny changes in sonic intensity that make your hair on the back of your neck stand on end could do with some refinement.”
While LG’s spec stating that the set offers Dolby Atmos audio may be more fanciful than audible, the 65C8’s sound was above-average for a flat-panel TV. It can’t play particularly loud—when I tried, the audio was often accompanied by low bass breakup and, sometimes, an annoying buzz from the back panel. But I otherwise found the 65C8’s sound acceptable even with movies, though it is no substitute for a separate surround system or a first-rate soundbar.”