Originally Posted by imagic
Dolby Vision is a high dynamic range (HDR) video technology. It is currently available when streaming UHD content from Vudu, Netflix, and Amazon. This year, it's expected that Ultra HD blu-rays will become available that feature Dolby vision. This is the alternative to HDR10, which is the standard used on all Ultra HD Blu-rays and is also available on Amazon and Netflix. Vudu is currently the only streaming service that exclusively offers Dolby Vision has the HDR option, and it has announced that it will support HDR10 in the future.
Any idea on what it has relative to other receivers that makes it compatible with DV? And by extension, what chance other modern receivers(like my SC-95) will be getting a firmware upgrade to allow the same?
Epos Epic 2(LCR), Emotiva UAW 6.2(Rear), Aperion Intimus LC-I6(In-ceiling Atmos/DTS:X)
x2 Dayton Ultimax 18" sealed(subs), Behringer Inuke 6000DSP(sub amp),
Vizio P-65C1 LED HDR
Oppo UDP-203 HD-Blu Ray Player, Oppo DV971H DVD Player, Roku Premiere+