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post #1021 of 4775 Old 08-26-2016, 01:38 PM
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I am struggling with a similar here as well, with other hardware in between. According to users HDR is impossible without 10 (12) bit.

Chain: Panasonic --> Onkyo 646 --> HDR capable TV
The Onkyo shows information that it receives 8 bit from the panasonic (why the pana says it's outputting 4k/24 4:2:2 12bit HDR/BT2020 and tv says it shows HDR)

So i removed the Onkyo from the chain and connected:

Panasonic --> (HD Fury) Linker --> HDR capable TV
Linker information shows it gets 8 bit from the pana (rest as above)

i already wrote that in the linker thread and they said that it looks like the signal the pana sends seems to be strange (at least thats my understanding). So perhaps the Denon just shows what the onkyo or linker shows, missunderstood color depth from the player ?
Also worth noting that my JVC always displays HDR when connected to the Panny. That I have not figured out, but it clearly is not HDR unless I am playing an UHD BD.
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Can anyone confirm if it has a true "native" mode? Does it play the disc in its native resolution?

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Would you be kind enough to take a photo of the back of the player when you have time?
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Can anyone confirm if it has a true "native" mode? Does it play the disc in its native resolution?

There is no native mode. Panasonic never has. This player goes even further by outputting 12 bit. Discs are 10 bit.
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Teachsac do you own both the Samsung and Panasonic player? If so is the Panasonic worth getting in your opinion?


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I sold my Samsung in favor of the Panasonic. Should have it today or Monday.

I'll let you know my opinions, but everything I have read so far is that the Panasonic is a solid built machine with features the Samsung does not have. Plus the remote on the Panasonic is worth the extra money, IMO. On more than one occasion, I wanted to throw the Samsung remote out the window..

My "hope" is this player will last in my system for a little while.....depending on what the OPPO runs and if it offers anything worth paying the extra for initially.
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. Hi having owned the Panasonic player for the last two months, and playing a section of 4k movies and Blu-ray movies. I can truly say that this player is worth every penny for its performance.the upscaling is excellent.
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. Hi having owned the Panasonic player for the last two months, and playing a section of 4k movies and Blu-ray movies. I can truly say that this player is worth every penny for its performance.the upscaling is excellent.
I am yet to find anything I don't like about it. It just does more and better than expected. I've had two Samsung before. Now off to test the Sony VW5000ES laser projector with it and will compare it directly against the Samsung.

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Arrived today! Here ya go.
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Just got my UB900 yesterday. Played "The Martian" and it was visually stunning. Only issue I have is that my system is connected as follows "DVD -> TV (optical out via passthrough) -> Sonos Playbar. The default sound setting is 7.1 and this ends up coming out as PCM 2 ch when I hit the info button. If I change this to "English descriptive 5.1" audio setting, then I do get DD showing up. Seeing as there is no standard 5.1 on this UHD DVD I'm screwed for sound. Is there any way to have the UB900 down convert the main 7.1 audio to 5.1, seems really weird.
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Teachsac do you own both the Samsung and Panasonic player? If so is the Panasonic worth getting in your opinion?


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I was planning on getting the Panasonic until I saw the reports of 12 bit output, and then moving the Samsung to the TV in our bedroom. If it gets addressed, and can output the proper 10bit, I will pick it up. I've always liked Panasonic players (at least the ones with the uniphier chipset). Hated the X30 series. I personally have had no issues with the Samsung player (including not having the "smearing" on FA). It is very red per the director's intent, but I clearly see the beads of sweat on Han's face.


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I also own both the UB900 & K8500 and the Panasonic is definitely the way to go. Although once I decide on a new AVR either the Onkyo RZ1100 or the Yamaha RX-A3060 I'll run both players in my system.
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sorry, I meant the back of the player itself, where all the connections are. Many thanks
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sorry, I meant the back of the player itself, where all the connections are. Many thanks
I see the player sitting on the box in the first picture.
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I see the player sitting on the box in the first picture.
sorry my bad. didnt get much sleep last night. many thanks
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I was planning on getting the Panasonic until I saw the reports of 12 bit output, and then moving the Samsung to the TV in our bedroom. If it gets addressed, and can output the proper 10bit, I will pick it up. I've always liked Panasonic players (at least the ones with the uniphier chipset). Hated the X30 series. I personally have had no issues with the Samsung player (including not having the "smearing" on FA). It is very red per the director's intent, but I clearly see the beads of sweat on Han's face.
2160p24 4:2:0 10-bit is what's on the disc, but the player always has to modify that because it's not a valid format for HDMI:



2160p24 4:2:2 12-bit is the preferred output format because of its low 8.9 Gbps data rate. Marginal HDMI cables or equipment with 9 Gbps input boards (eg. Radiance Pro) should have better reliability using that lower bandwidth format. I've never experienced or read about any video degradation related to outputting 12-bit versus 10-bit, so unless you have info to the contrary, I'd say go for that Panny...
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I was planning on getting the Panasonic until I saw the reports of 12 bit output, and then moving the Samsung to the TV in our bedroom. If it gets addressed, and can output the proper 10bit, I will pick it up. I've always liked Panasonic players (at least the ones with the uniphier chipset). Hated the X30 series. I personally have had no issues with the Samsung player (including not having the "smearing" on FA). It is very red per the director's intent, but I clearly see the beads of sweat on Han's face.


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I am also thinking of getting the Panasonic 4K player even though I have no issues with the Samsung player and like you moving the Samsung into the master bedroom. Would you mind explaining why the 12 bit output is a reason to shy away from this player and what are the drawbacks of it not outputting 10 bit? I'm assuming the Samsung player outputs in 10bit. What makes that the proper output vs 12bit? I must confess I am in the dark when it comes to 10 bit vs 12bit. Does it have something to do with compatibility with the TV. If memory serves me right you have the Sony 940C like I do.

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Just got back from testing it against the Samsung player on a $60K projector, BIG difference in PQ.
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Just got back from testing it against the Samsung player on a $60K projector, BIG difference in PQ.
Bandyka, did you get the opportunity to do a HDR to SDR conversion comparison? If so, what were your observations? Can you elaborate on the differences?
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Just got back from testing it against the Samsung player on a $60K projector, BIG difference in PQ.
Glad to hear it! I would be interested in what the differences you saw were.

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Anyone with the UB900 is the US? Can you please tell me if there is a US Instruction manual or do they just use the UK manuals?

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Glad to hear it! I would be interested in what the differences you saw were.
Everything General PQ is much more natural with well balanced colors as opposed to the Samsung looking unnatural and pushing red too much. Panny also appeared to have more detail resulting in an overall richer looking image.

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Yes I did both looked fantastic. I will elaborate on this a little later when I get more time to post.

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Anyone with the UB900 is the US? Can you please tell me if there is a US Instruction manual or do they just use the UK manuals?

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I received my UB900 yesterday. There is a U.S. instruction manual in the box. I can't find a PDF of this manual on the Panasonic website, however; only the UK manual. Maybe they'll update that in the future.

I was a bit surprised that the U.S. UB900 does not include an HDMI cable. My understanding was that the UK models included a cable.
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In the Canadian version the HDMI cable is included, but no UHD Blu-Ray disc.


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Same here. Cable but no disc's
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Everything General PQ is much more natural with well balanced colors as opposed to the Samsung looking unnatural and pushing red too much. Panny also appeared to have more detail resulting in an overall richer looking image.
Yup, I am watching Star Trek in 4K and I can tell you it blows the Samsung and Philips out of the water! Night and day PQ difference. I returned the Samsung and Philips to Amazon.
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