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Escape Plan: The Extractors starring Sylvester Stallone isn’t exactly cinematic magic, but it does have great sound design. Dialogue at first sounded muddy and overwhelmed by the movie’s music score, but it was simple to adjust the bass and subwoofer levels while slightly elevating the treble using the system’s remote control. Once this was done, the sound was much improved, with the G8 doing what a good soundbar should: disappear and not draw attention to itself. Escape Plan’s dialogue sounded crisp and clear and its music was full and balanced. The system’s sub is only spec’d down to 50 Hz, so it lacks an ability to convey deep low-frequency effects, but bass was still quite powerful on explosions. Whispered dialogue on the system was also clearly audible even when watching movies with a deep, pounding soundtrack.:”
Posted in Home Theater Video on November 29, 2019
“The 8-Series sets support HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision high dynamic range, but not HDR10+. Unlike some other Ultra HDTVs that convert the static metadata in an HDR10 source to dynamic metadata on a scene-by-scene basis via their own internal processing, the 8-Series sets rely on the existing static metadata in HDR10 sources.
Audio on the 8-Series TVs is specified as Dolby Atmos. Call me a skeptic regarding the ability of any audio system contained within the TV itself to do what Atmos was designed for: reproduce elements in the soundstage from all around the listener, especially from above. But I didn’t spend any time evaluating the TCL’s audio since the acoustics of the company’s test room weren’t typical of a home environment”