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I didn't think you had one of these sets, so what are you using Vivid on?
Refresh my memory--how are you calibrating your set? The White Balance settings affect the overall color of your set, so if Warm2 isn't producing the desired results, you need to make sure Color, Hue, and White Balance are all set properly as well.
The question is, what was the colorimeter reading with Warm2 vs. Warm1? The reading closest to 6500 is the most "accurate" setting. However, if you prefer Warm1, there is noting wrong with going with preference instead of accuracy.
If it is an iPhone, you can use Airplay.
No, that does not make sense. These are different device types.
I don't have any insight on why the Save is not completing properly, but I thought I would mention that the "Waiting for..." message in the browser is perfectly normal. The browser is simply waiting for the Denon to return the message upon completion of the Save operation. I have conducted many network saves before, and while I have occasionally received the failed operation message, I have never had the operation fail repeatedly like you are experiencing. Very strange,...
 An external USB drive (one that houses a spinning hard drive) is a completely different device from a USB thumb drive.  Of course the file will play from the external drive--the question was whether a 4K file will play from a thumb drive.  Do you understand the distinction? 
I think the translation of that would be: you can use an external hard drive with a USB interface to store downloaded content from the Sony 4K download service. I don't interpret it as being able to play files from a USB stick.
ICBW, but I don't see where the new media player will support playback of 4K content from USB.  I see the player has USB 2.0 ports, but doesn't it take USB 3.0 to play 4K files?  I have to admit, I am not very knowledgeable in this area.
When I first installed a Sonos system and used it to wirelessly stream music that I had ripped from my CD collection to a lossless digital format, I spent quite a bit of time comparing the original CD's with the files played by Sonos. I was never able to hear any difference whatsoever. The ripped music is lossless, and is transmitted digitally over the network with no packet loss, transferred to the Denon over a digital coax link, and finally converted to analog audio...
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