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Milesdavisii

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  1. Klipsch did update the firmware recently. I’d like to think they will do a relaunch of the HD Wireless system by 2020. Hopefully with full bandwidth UltraHD inputs and possibly an option for 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos surround sound.
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    RP-HUB1 ARC Issues with Sony XBR-75X900E

    Yeah, I had the exact same problem with the 940E, I gave up on the ARC and am using the optical out.
  3. I’ll have to check the speaker update myself, I just assumed that whole system updated correctly. It did cycle through the speaker update pretty quickly.
  4. Updated the firmware for the HD Wireless system, mine is a 5.2 setup, the update went smoothly. No changes to any menu items, and the system still sounds great. Tried plugging my PS4 Pro into HDMI 1, it still doesn’t support full bandwidth UHD functionality. I guess time will tell if it’s more stable with regard to speakers dropping.
  5. I’ve been contemplating getting the Axiim Q UHD myself. Every couple weeks I have an issue with a speaker dropping from the RP-Hub1. Sometimes it’s easy to add it back, other times I have to reset the whole system. This has been going on nearly two years now. I gave up on the idea of support after they said I needed to ship the system back to them for testing. I find it hard to believe Klipsch isn’t going to at least release an updated version of the RP-Hub1 with HDMI 2.0b compliant ports that would allow HDR/DV pass-through. I’m having to daisy chain my PS4 Pro through the input on my Oppo UDP-203, then split the video to the TV and the LPCM audio to the RP-Hub1. I’m thankful that the Oppo allows me that solution to get both optimal UHD video and uncompressed surround sound. But the fact that Klipsch advertised the HD Wireless system as a “future-proof” solution borders on fraud at this point.
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