Originally Posted by tgm1024
DV vs. non-HDR is one thing. How does DV compare to HDR10 in your opinion?
Sorry for not being clear.
Watched Marco Polo in HDR on my 65EF9500.
Watching it on the 65C6P was like an entirely new master - much better.
In general, Netflix delivers the stream in whatever the 'best' quality possible to the TV, so I have no easy way to view Matco Polo in SDR but I'm pretty sure either HDR steam would be clearly superior.
I picked up a Chromecast Ultra to try to stream HDR with Atmos and using that, when I stream Matco Polo through my AVR, it arrives I to the 65C6P as HDR10.
Watching the same scenes back-to-back was a no contest - the HDRDV looked much better out of the box.
I'm told that through calibration of HDR20 on the 2016 OLEDs, HDR10 can be improved and can come closer to the quality of HDRDV on an OLED.
But first, make no mistake that Dolby Vision HDR represents the new gold standard / video reference, and second, for the masses who don't want to screw around with calibration, the hands-off' approach LG has taken in offering HDRDV in their OLEDs means that many/most professional comparisons are going to give a significant not to HDRDV.
Video Luddites are having their jaws dropped by my 65C6P when watching Marco Polo in HDRDV. They (and me) have never seen such high-quality and life-like video before.
Don't want to watch anything I care about in a theater because the experience at home is now so much superior...