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(Evan) 06-25-2014 01:10 PM

Can Samsung UHD displays handle X.V. Color?
 
Does anyone know if the 2014 Samsung UHD TVs, particularly the HU9000, can display xvYCC color information from a Sony Blu Ray player? Just trying to figure out if I'll get the extended color gamut from "Mastered in 4k" releases. Thanks!

dfs88801 06-26-2014 09:43 AM

No

I like xvYCC

Even Sony no longer has the option to adjust the screen to xvYCC

I do not find screen that supports xvYCC

(Evan) 06-26-2014 11:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dfs88801 (Post 25283177)
No

I like xvYCC

Even Sony no longer has the option to adjust the screen to xvYCC

I do not find screen that supports xvYCC

How do you know for sure?

dfs88801 06-26-2014 01:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by (Evan) (Post 25285689)
How do you know for sure?

samsung don't work with xvYCC from 2009/10
Read user manuals of the screen
I checked screens to To find xvYCC
I asked Samsung Customer Service

LG work with xvYCC In some screens
Toshiba should check

chinodude 09-24-2014 06:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by (Evan) (Post 25261369)
Does anyone know if the 2014 Samsung UHD TVs, particularly the HU9000, can display xvYCC color information from a Sony Blu Ray player? Just trying to figure out if I'll get the extended color gamut from "Mastered in 4k" releases. Thanks!

I have a 70 inch Sharp LC-70TQ15U and it does support xvYCC/x.v.color ( all Sharp Q and SQ series support it too). The video feed comes from my HTPC running on an Intel i5-4690S ( integrated graphics HD 4600)+ Win 7 + WMC + Ceton InfiniTV 6 eth + cablecar. The HD 4600 integrated graphics can be set up to output xvYCC and the picture is fantastic, almost no need for calibration.

8mile13 09-25-2014 07:04 AM

It might be the case that the ''extended color gamut'' (don't expect to much of it, effect will be minimal) is only available on limited Sony models. The main advantage of ''mastered in 4K'' is that it is 1080p optimized for 4K TV upscaling.

6311 09-25-2014 08:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by (Evan) (Post 25285689)
How do you know for sure?

i ask samsung thay left this method years ago
so no xvYCC/x.v.color or deep coloer
but sony resulted a new method

the method closest to your Question going to be VIZIO R
http://ces.vizio.com/#skip
http://www.cnet.com/products/vizio-rs120/


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