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major masingil

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major masingil last won the day on March 14 2016

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    New York State
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    Netduma R1

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  1. I can't disagree. The Astro's sound really good to me. I was interested in hearing people's POV on Atmos to see if it's worth the 15$. If I didn't have a mixamp already, it would be a no-brainer. I'd run Atmos in order to get the surround. Thanks for your input.
  2. Bert, Have you tried Atmos or Windows Sonic via HDMI and then made a comparison to an Astro Mixamp which utilized an optical cable?
  3. Necro, I have the same Mixamp. I read that, in order to get the Atmos / Sonic experience you need to turn the Dolby off on the mixamp, and you can't use an optical cable between the console and the mixamp. Reportedly, HDMI is required for the amount of data Atmos uses
  4. Good day Netduma forum, I'm running an Astro Mixamp for my Surround Sound on my XB1. I'm trying to understand if Sonic or Atmos would possibly provide a better soundstage. I have a couple questions: If a game isn't coded for Atmos or Sonic, do we still get spatial sounds, up to 7.1 surround, or does it default to stereo sound? Are most new games on the XB platform being produced with support for Atmos/ Sonic? Do we get any benefit over the Mixamp from either offering for games which were produced before the apps were released? Sonic for Windows is free, Atmos costs 15$. For gaming purposes, does one or the other offer better spatial sound? Has our resident audiophile done a [email protected]
  5. has the glitch with wifi calling not working correctly on DumaOS on R1 V1.3 been figured out, and will it be implemented in V1.4?
  6. major masingil on xb (you and I are already friends) I'll run some with you. I like playing on a team way better than randos
  7. in the States we have this thing called e911. Its a way for emergency services to locate a cell phone's GPS position. I guess you Brits have something similar. I would imagine the radios cannot be turned off by airplane mode, because how else would the man be able to zoom in on your position when you're being all nefarious? Maybe whatever is left on for those purposes is all wifi calling needs to validate a call? it's possible? It's also possible that @xr450owner just exposed an issue with iphone radios
  8. you're probably right about the signal strength. I know android phones have some settings where you can choose for it to prefer wifi calling over phone service. Good luck man, I know this stuff can be frustrating to
  9. if it was the isp's firewall, I don't think wifi calling would work without a fuss when I use a different router. Would it? I'm speculating. I have Fios internet, but I'm not using their router. I'm using an Edgerouter X until the R1 gets squared away.
  10. Yea before the issue @xr450owner identified with his router , I thought the problem may have been isolated to the R1. This is the first wifi calling issue I have seen that wasn't related to DumaOS on the R1. I figured it could be related because of the Netduma's participation in it. A couple of R1 owners tried, and it didn't work for them.
  11. yeah my buddy is running the xr500 without any issue. He loves it.
  12. @xr450owner "Praying for a magic software fix, somewhere." I couldn't agree more. I want my R1 back. It's an amazing piece of gaming kit
  13. Hey I have similar issue as you for wifi calling. I'm updated my R1 to DUMAOS and wifi calling stopped immediately. I didn't notice it for a couple of days. It is an issue for a lot of people using DumaOS on the R1. I know it's not the same as your router. It did work on the original R1 firmware, but I had stopped using the R1 as my main router about 8 months ago. When I realized wifi calling wasn't working I called my phone service provider, and they had to reset my phone 2 times. Wifi calling worked that day until I left the house and came back. I tried manually forwarding the recommended ports, but it did not work. I ended up taking the R1 back out of service, and I am now using a different router until the DumaOS firmware gets sorted out. Anyone who comes to my house needs to use wifi calling because I have very low cell phone signal in my area. It doesn't matter which brand of phone is being used. They all work fine except when the R1 with DumaOS is in use. I attached the link to my wifi calling thread below for your reading enjoyment
  14. @Nuyorrican Thanks! I really appreciate you having taken the time to check it out.
  15. Thanks Zennon Thanks BD. My buddy is running wifi calling on the XR-500 without issue too. Every little bit of info helps! @pollutionblues Could you please run a check on your DumaOS enhanced R1 for wifi calling?
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