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Great news!
I said to myself let me try first on my 800 player:
Setup > Resetting > Initialize Personal Information
There are (2) choices to be found here:
(1) choice will RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
and (1) choice will just INITIALIZE PERSONAL INFORMATION
BEFORE I attempt the dreaded RE-setting of all my setttings BACK to FACTORY DEFAULT and re-entering all my settings (a pain!!!) I said let me choose to INITIALIZE PERSONAL INFORMATION first to see if that works to restore YOU TUBE on my 800
Because I believe all I had to do is get back to re-starting my YOU TUBE app with the code it gives you to sign on with my laptop to activate your YOU TUBE acct.
And it worked!
YOU TUBE is back on my 800 WITHOUT the dreaded re-setting of all my settings/restoring it to FACTORY DEFAULTS.
All my settings remained and YOU TUBE is back!!! (and that includes YOU TUBE videos in 4K and HDR on such YOU TUBE channels as "The HDR Channel" and "Future,etc")
The only thing I noticed I have the "older" YOU TUBE version (I had a newer YOU TUBE version that I was just getting familiar with when this dreaded fiasco appeared this week)...now I have YOU TUBE back but the "earlier" version.
The personal information initialization worked, but of coursed wiped all other account date (Netflix, Amazon Video, Vudu). The home screen needed to be customized again too. But at least YouTube is back up and working.
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The personal information initialization worked, but of coursed wiped all other account date (Netflix, Amazon Video, Vudu). The home screen needed to be customized again too. But at least YouTube is back up and working.
a little work I must admit to get the YOU TUBE app back ...but worth it.....
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I had the YouTube app screw up as well today, for me, it just hung on load at the logo. I did a complete factory reset, and initialization of personal data, and the unit feels brand new. Everything is working. I wanted to ask, since I don't use Bluetooth with the Sony, I turned it off. Unlike the Sony TV's voice remote, I don't think the Player requires BT for anything but audio. If this is correct I should be able to use it with no issues with BT disabled, correct ?

Also, one other thing to note, once I reset the player, I got the new YouTube interface. Seems like these are like computers and need to be cleaned from time to time to stay working cleanly. I also disabled the player's 4k upscaler The TV should do this anyway, even if the player's is disabled, correct ?
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I also disabled the player's 4k upscaler The TV should do this anyway, even if the player's is disabled, correct ?
Yes the TV will upscale, but the player has a really good upscaler built in. I’ve been watching 720p content through it and it looks almost 1080p quality.
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Blu-rays seem to look worse when I set the resolution to 4K or turn the 4K upscale on. I'm losing detail when they're upscaled to 4K when using this player.

Is that normal? Shouldn't upscaled blu-rays look even better...not worse. I'm using the Samsung UN55JU7100 tv. Normally, I'd set the resolution to original. But when I set it to that, the A/V sync is off.

So I thought using a 4K Blu-ray player would create a better picture when upscaling my regular Blu-rays than using my normal Sony Blu-ray player.
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Blu-rays seem to look worse when I set the resolution to 4K or turn the 4K upscale on. I'm losing detail when they're upscaled to 4K when using this player.

Is that normal? Shouldn't upscaled blu-rays look even better...not worse. I'm using the Samsung UN55JU7100 tv. Normally, I'd set the resolution to original. But when I set it to that, the A/V sync is off.

So I thought using a 4K Blu-ray player would create a better picture when upscaling my regular Blu-rays than using my normal Sony Blu-ray player.
It's all about the upscaling in this situation, as your normal Blu-Ray player is sending a 1080P signal to the JU7100 for it to upscale vs. the X800 upscaling and sening a 4K signal to the JU7100. It's very possible that the Samsung's upscaling, for whatever reason, is better than the upscaling on the X800. I wouldn't worry about it.
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"upscaling" is always a crap shoot whether it will look better than what you're upscaling from. Some sources and units will look much better but that is really rare. If the original sucks, the "upscaled" is also probably going to suck. It's not magic. Often, "upscaled" looks much worse than the original. You pays your money, you takes your chances.

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That's just how it is. I remember when I first bought a 4K TV I was surprised to see cartoons looked a lot better, and less pixelated on my 1080p TV.

There is no way around it. 1080p content is just that, 1080p, it is not 4K, and you can't expect it to look 4K because it is not.
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But it shouldn’t look worse upscale should it?
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But it shouldn’t look worse upscale should it?
Upscaling is basically zooming in, some upscalers have better focus, but that's about it, it is still zooming in, it's not a remake.
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Upscaling is basically zooming in, some upscalers have better focus, but that's about it, it is still zooming in, it's not a remake.
That’s true. Just surprised 1080p blu-rays look great on my 4K tv being upscaled by the tv. But they look worse when upscaled with the X800
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That’s true. Just surprised 1080p blu-rays look great on my 4K tv being upscaled by the tv. But they look worse when upscaled with the X800
Yeah, some upscalers fake it better. Some chips are smarter and know where to saturate for example. Also some panels are naturally better for low resolution content like OLED vs. LED, etc..

For the most part content has always been designed with whatever technology they had at hand. So obviously content that was ment for CRTs will always look better on CRTs, or plasmas, or VGA computer monitors, etc..
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Yeah, some upscalers fake it better. Some chips are smarter and know where to saturate for example. Also some panels are naturally better for low resolution content like OLED vs. LED, etc..

For the most part content has always been designed with whatever technology they had at hand. So obviously content that was ment for CRTs will always look better on CRTs, or plasmas, or VGA computer monitors, etc..
As long as i've been involved in these types of conversations, and technology, the general rule of thumb is the TV will always upscale better because it's the display and usually has higher quality upscaling technology then an external device.

It also depends on the quality of the source content, and size of the display being used. For me, my 4K TV is a 43" TV and regardless the content, it can typically look sharper, then say the 48" 1080p TV in the bedroom. The pixels are smaller and closer together so it helps sharpen things up.

I've been going through my copy of Knight Rider which is 4:3 content, and was done way before HD, or 4k / HDR were around, and I'm really impressed with the quality i'm getting on both TVs for the content age.

One other thing is to sit a little further back, TVs, especially LCDs tend to look better the further you are from them, when it comes to clarity and detail.
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An amazing standard TV DVD that still looks great on all resolutions that I've put it through is 'Shogun," from the TV mini-series. I don't know how they shot it but it looks great even at 4k. Of course, you don't have the detail of 4k but it still looks wonderful. Fifth Element is also very good.

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Your eyes don’t lie

That being said if you see a big difference and if upscaled 1080p ->4K looks worse than native 1080p by a wide margin, there may be something else going on.

You may want to share your signal chain info, all gear and all settings on player, receiver, and display.

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Also worth mentioning, I shouldn’t have better picture quality with a regular Sony blu-ray player than a 4K Sony blu-ray player. Which is exactly my situation now.
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Blu-rays seem to look worse when I set the resolution to 4K or turn the 4K upscale on. I'm losing detail when they're upscaled to 4K when using this player.

Is that normal? Shouldn't upscaled blu-rays look even better...not worse. I'm using the Samsung UN55JU7100 tv. Normally, I'd set the resolution to original. But when I set it to that, the A/V sync is off.

So I thought using a 4K Blu-ray player would create a better picture when upscaling my regular Blu-rays than using my normal Sony Blu-ray player.
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That’s true. Just surprised 1080p blu-rays look great on my 4K tv being upscaled by the tv. But they look worse when upscaled with the X800
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Your eyes don’t lie

That being said if you see a big difference and if upscaled 1080p ->4K looks worse than native 1080p by a wide margin, there may be something else going on.

You may want to share your signal chain info, all gear and all settings on player, receiver, and display.
It is actually normal if it looks worse. You are stretching a 1080p image. Unless you have a small TV in which case at a distance you shouldn't notice much.
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It is actually normal if it looks worse. You are stretching a 1080p image. Unless you have a small TV in which case at a distance you shouldn't notice much.
But here’s the thing, it’s a 1080p image upscaled to 4K by my tv in one setting and it looks fine.

The other way is being upscaled to 4K by the X800, and it looks worse; blurry and not as crisp.
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But here’s the thing, it’s a 1080p image upscaled to 4K by my tv in one setting and it looks fine.

The other way is being upscaled to 4K by the X800, and it looks worse; blurry and not as crisp.
That is weird, well obviously use your TV upscaler. But it shouldn't be that much of a difference, it sounds like your TV is not interpreting well the 4K signal from your player upscaler.
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That is weird, well obviously use your TV upscaler. But it shouldn't be that much of a difference, it sounds like your TV is not interpreting well the 4K signal from your player upscaler.
Well I bought a Philips 7502. I’m going to see if that makes a difference. Like I said, I’m getting A/V sync issues when I set it to original resolution.
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Been away from this thread for a while, I assume there will be no dolby vision firmware update for this player?
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Been away from this thread for a while, I assume there will be no dolby vision firmware update for this player?
Nope, no Dolby Vision. The new X700 does Dolby Vision.

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the X700 is a new model? that's different i thought the X800 was the newer one just because of the order of the number.
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the X700 is a new model? that's different i thought the X800 was the newer one just because of the order of the number.
Nope. The X800 came out in January 2017, while the X700 is new this year. The X700 gains Dolby Vision support through a promised future firmware upgrade, while it loses the DVD-Audio playback capability that the X800 has. I'm not sure if the X700 does 5GHz WiFi, either (someone else can answer that).

As for upscaling via the player versus display, every combo is different, so the only way to know which works better in your environment is to try it both ways. In my case, with the X800 and Vizio M70-D3 display, I cannot tell the difference between using the Sony or Vizio for upscaling 1080p content -- same with my Panasonic BD player. However, the X800 does a better job upscaling SD-DVD content than either the Vizio, the Panny BD player, or performing two upscales using my old Oppo 980H DVD player. So, in my case I just let the X800 upscale everything.
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Nope. The X800 came out in January 2017, while the X700 is new this year. The X700 gains Dolby Vision support through a promised future firmware upgrade, while it loses the DVD-Audio playback capability that the X800 has. I'm not sure if the X700 does 5GHz WiFi, either (someone else can answer that).

As for upscaling via the player versus display, every combo is different, so the only way to know which works better in your environment is to try it both ways. In my case, with the X800 and Vizio M70-D3 display, I cannot tell the difference between using the Sony or Vizio for upscaling 1080p content -- same with my Panasonic BD player. However, the X800 does a better job upscaling SD-DVD content than either the Vizio, the Panny BD player, or performing two upscales using my old Oppo 980H DVD player. So, in my case I just let the X800 upscale everything.
@Scott M : sounds like I'm better to stick with the X800 for now then since I don't have a Dolby Vision compatible display, and Have always been curious about DVD Audio. Is there a way to create DVD audio discs at home without video? I know how to do standard video discs.

The only gripe I have about the Sony TV / Player is the VUDU app is limited to HDX which I consider stupid as both devices are both HDR and 4k compatible.
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@Scott M : sounds like I'm better to stick with the X800 for now then since I don't have a Dolby Vision compatible display, and Have always been curious about DVD Audio. Is there a way to create DVD audio discs at home without video? I know how to do standard video discs.

The only gripe I have about the Sony TV / Player is the VUDU app is limited to HDX which I consider stupid as both devices are both HDR and 4k compatible.
Yeah with Vudu I agree. Why wouldn't they do 4K HDR though the X800? Something with Amazon, does 4K but not HDR. That kinda sucks, ok really sucks.

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Yeah with Vudu I agree. Why wouldn't they do 4K HDR though the X800? Something with Amazon, does 4K but not HDR. That kinda sucks, ok really sucks.

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I think we're in another season of technology where we have the choice over stability vs bleeding edge. While in most cases HDR is the biggest advantage with 4k content, a computer display is the more likely display to show the biggest resolution difference just because of the distance between the user and display unlike a TV where people sit further back.

Then we have the issue of streaming services, and HD being guaranteed, but 4k HDR is still extremely hit or miss.

As I've stated above and in various other posts, I I had known all this back in 2016 I would have waited, and stayed with HD at least a couple years longer because that in the words of Apple "Just works". Not to mention me personally and a lot of other people don't have enough content to really make the cost of the new stuff worth it when most is either still DVD, or SD, or blu-ray HD / streaming HD.
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@Scott M : sounds like I'm better to stick with the X800 for now then since I don't have a Dolby Vision compatible display, and Have always been curious about DVD Audio. Is there a way to create DVD audio discs at home without video? I know how to do standard video discs.

The only gripe I have about the Sony TV / Player is the VUDU app is limited to HDX which I consider stupid as both devices are both HDR and 4k compatible.
DVD-Audio is a high resolution lossless audio-only format, and is different than DVD-Video. DVD-A is similar to SACD, but with some rudimentary video capabilities -- usually used to display album cover art, song lyrics, liner notes, etc. The discs also have a separate layer which is compatible with standard DVD players, but without the high resolution audio (instead using lossy Dolby Digital or DTS audio). I do not know of any way to create DVD-A discs at home.
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But here’s the thing, it’s a 1080p image upscaled to 4K by my tv in one setting and it looks fine.

The other way is being upscaled to 4K by the X800, and it looks worse; blurry and not as crisp.
The upscaler that the TV was built with , is better for that particular TV. than anything built for the general market. What is not understandable about that ?
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When downmixing stereo audio, which would be better to use with a 5.1 system? surround, or stereo? To be honest, i've not heard much difference either way. I'm talking about stereo movies / music here as the test material.
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