Originally Posted by CSPerera
Yes thats exactly what I am asking. I think the majority of us early adopters (X900A) series wanted as promised to me looked after. I for one hope 2.2 doesn't become mainstream but Sony seem to be the ones at the forefront of it. So its appears to me to be a not a case of "IF" but "When" all the producers will adopt to use it. I for one would like to know that my TV is future proof in that instance. Hopefully it is but have know way of actually confirming it. For what its worth I am lead to believe HDMI 4 is the only one that supports it and it came with the upgrade board.
I'm curious about this. I just got my 65 a few weeks ago and did the firmware update. When I plug my PS4 into HDMI 4, the picture will show, then blank out, then come back again every few seconds. I saw static sometimes too. Is the upgraded HDMI 4 not backwards compatible or maybe it's proprietary for the X players?
Also, when I'm playing any game that has fast motion (all of them), there is faint but noticeable vertical dark banding that runs the length of the screen but is more evident towards the middle. You can't see it when there's little motion, or generally in most other content but it's starting to drive me nuts when I game. I'm assuming the effect is due to the spacing between the LEDs but I'm not so sure that's a valid reason to excuse it. I've never owned a tv with this issue and this is the most expensive tv I've ever purchased. I guess I'll call Sony. I was really trying to avoid being too picky about this panel and getting obsessed over the "small stuff", but I game a lot and this is really hurting the experience. I don't know what Sony can do about it though and this particular panel doesn't seem to have any other issues. It's quite defect free except for the banding.
Separate topic, I know some of you have a Darblet, Flinchen and AJ I think? I'm curious to know what you think of the device. Does it really improve the PQ on any Full HD tv? And is it actually useful on the X9? Have you tried the tv with and without it? Aside from the banding I have, and the slow ghosting time of the LCD (another game killer) I just can't imagine an external device improving the PQ. But if it does really help, I'll buy one in a hot second.
I can't wait to see 4k on this set. I wonder when that day will come.