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post #241 of 755 Old 09-08-2018, 11:36 AM
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As you can tell from my above post, I did jump off on a UBK90 yesterday. My early testing has confirmed what I saw at my friend's place the other day. This is a very good disc player with, at least, a usable YouTube app. The Netflix app does suck due to the forced DV output but then again, my Oppo has no apps, not exactly a hardship. The clincher was the UBK90's ability to play MKVs with various video/audio encodings. If anything goes sideways with the Oppo and it needs to sent out for repair, the UBK90, with its excellent 4K and up-scaled image quality and its MKV abilities, is a very good, modestly priced back-up unit.

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To add to this, I have a Sony X800 (bought last year before DV became more prevalent), an Oppo-203 and as of yesterday an LG UBK90. I've done numerous A-B comparisons between the up-scaling ability of the Sony and the Oppo, each with my LG C7 OLED. Truthfully, I couldn't really tell the difference from my couch 8-9 feet away so I let both players do the job. A quick Blu-ray A-B check between the UBK90 set at 1080P and the C7, again showed little if any difference so I'll just leave it on Auto. The results might be different with an LG 2018 "8" OLED series with the new A9 processor or a Sony OLED with its Extreme X1 processor but with the C7 all of my UHD players were good enough.
Yeah - I dont think the upscaling capabilities of the various players out there is that different. I too didnt see much difference with a few different players. Thats a good thing - it means they are getting better at this even with middle tier players. Used to be you had to spring for the high end stuff to get decent scaling. Not anymore!

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Hi all...I just ordered one of these today to go with my new 77C8 OLED. Just want a good player that does Dolby Vision, and don’t care about streaming because I use the C8’s onboard apps.

Looking forward to learning more about the UBK90, and anyone’s experience that also has a C8...

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Hi all...I just ordered one of these today to go with my new 77C8 OLED. Just want a good player that does Dolby Vision, and don’t care about streaming because I use the C8’s onboard apps.

Looking forward to learning more about the UBK90, and anyone’s experience that also has a C8...

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Great choice. Its a solid player and handles DV well. Works great with my E6 so I expect it will be a good match for your C8.
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Great choice. Its a solid player and handles DV well. Works great with my E6 so I expect it will be a good match for your C8.


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My new ubk90 player is freezing and flickering. Is this a common issue?

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One not so good issue that I've discovered on my UBK90:
When playing an MKV with embedded sub-titles, the '90 appears to turn them on by default. You have to turn them off manually. I recall that some Samsung disc players did this as well.
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My new ubk90 player is freezing and flickering. Is this a common issue?


Is the disc freezing or the image? Lots of times the "flickering" had been caused by inadequate HDMI cables but hopefully someone more knowledgeable then I can answer.


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Is the disc freezing or the image? Lots of times the "flickering" had been caused by inadequate HDMI cables but hopefully someone more knowledgeable then I can answer.


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I was thinking the same thing. Usually, the flicker is caused from using HDMI cables that are not certified. That is what I have gathered from seeing people post about this issue. It should have the orange certified premium sticker on the package.

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I just e-mailed LG Support about the Netflix app being locked in to displaying everything as Dolby Vision and how bad that makes anything in SDR or below look. I asked about a possible fix for this via firmware update but I'm not holding my breath.
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I got a reply from LG support with a bunch of reset steps which, of course, completely missed the point. At the very end of the message there was an indication that the Netflix/DV issue was being referred to the software engineers. For laughs and giggles, I got on LG's live chat this morning and explained that this problem was baked into the UBK90's firmware and that only a firmware update could, if it's even possible, fix it. The rep said that the engineers are aware of the issue and are investigating the possibility of a future firmware fix. Again, I'm not holding my breath.
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I'm thinking on purchasing the UBK90 because I think it would be a nice complement to the 65C8, which has been purchased but not yet delivered. My concern is ARC/CEC. I do not use ARC/CEC but prefer to use a Harmony to control my HTS and an optical cable for the SmartApps (if and when I use them). I know you can disable ARC/CEC on the C8 but I understand that you can not disable it on the UBK90. With ARC/CEC disabled on the 65C8, will there or would there be any issues using the Harmony to control the UBK90, 65C8, and of course the receiver, which will be the hub of my HTS?
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I'm thinking on purchasing the UBK90 because I think it would be a nice complement to the 65C8, which has been purchased but not yet delivered. My concern is ARC/CEC. I do not use ARC/CEC but prefer to use a Harmony to control my HTS and an optical cable for the SmartApps (if and when I use them). I know you can disable ARC/CEC on the C8 but I understand that you can not disable it on the UBK90. With ARC/CEC disabled on the 65C8, will there or would there be any issues using the Harmony to control the UBK90, 65C8, and of course the receiver, which will be the hub of my HTS?
If CEC is a problem just get a Lindy HDMI CEC Less Adapter, Female to Male (41232) from Amazon to put inline with the Player to disable CEC.
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If CEC is a problem just get a Lindy HDMI CEC Less Adapter, Female to Male (41232) from Amazon to put inline with the Player to disable CEC.
Thanks. I'll have to look into that.
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I'm thinking on purchasing the UBK90 because I think it would be a nice complement to the 65C8, which has been purchased but not yet delivered. My concern is ARC/CEC. I do not use ARC/CEC but prefer to use a Harmony to control my HTS and an optical cable for the SmartApps (if and when I use them). I know you can disable ARC/CEC on the C8 but I understand that you can not disable it on the UBK90. With ARC/CEC disabled on the 65C8, will there or would there be any issues using the Harmony to control the UBK90, 65C8, and of course the receiver, which will be the hub of my HTS?
There shouldn't be any issue if you disabled CEC on the TV. It takes both sides of a HDMI link to make CEC work.

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There shouldn't be any issue if you disabled CEC on the TV. It takes both sides of a HDMI link to make CEC work.

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"Shouldn't be" are the operative words because I keep hearing conflicting reports. Thanks. Why LG didn't program the option to disable/enable ARC/CEC is beyond me.
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There are times that one need to enable CEC for ARC but not for switching inputs and power on/off. CEC contains three functional groups:
1. HDMI input switch and auto power on/off.
2. Remote command relay from TV to connected devices
3. ARC for audio

If you want ARC, you have to enable CEC. But based on my experience with my LG OLED, there is no way to disable HDMI input switch once you enabled CEC (SimpleLink).

I found that Harmony works fine with CEC turned on if you know what you are doing when configuring the remote most of the time.

With SimpleLink turned off, none of the above will work regardless the other end device settings.
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There are times that one need to enable CEC for ARC but not for switching inputs and power on/off. CEC contains three functional groups:
1. HDMI input switch and auto power on/off.
2. Remote command relay from TV to connected devices
3. ARC for audio

If you want ARC, you have to enable CEC. But based on my experience with my LG OLED, there is no way to disable HDMI input switch once you enabled CEC (SimpleLink).

I found that Harmony works fine with CEC turned on if you know what you are doing when configuring the remote most of the time.

With SimpleLink turned off, none of the above will work regardless the other end device settings.
Yeah, I'm fully aware of how ARC/CEC works. Fortunately, some of the newer devices have actually separated the two so one has individual control instead of all or none. That's not what I'm concerned about. I have contacted LG support so we'll see what they have to say. It makes sense to me if ARC/CEC is disabled on all of your sink devices (receiver and tv) then there shouldn't be any issue controlling the UBK90 with another remote even if it attempts to send an "On" command to a connected device. I have my other system setup so that the receiver is the first device that is turned on, and then either the tv, blu-ray player, or ATV4 depending on what I want to do (Watch TV, Watch a Movie, Watch ATV4). I don't want to have a device turn off just because I've decided to switch from tv to the blu-ray player and it sends an "On" command which turns the tv or receiver off.
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I have yet to see any device take or receive on/off CEC commands when CEC is off. So, I suspect your worry is unfounded. The fact that you keep saying ARC/CEC together leads me to above post. ARC is just small part of CEC protocol and devices like player doesn't support it at all.

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I have yet to see any device take or receive on/off CEC commands when CEC is off. So, I suspect your worry is unfounded. The fact that you keep saying ARC/CEC together leads me to above post. ARC is just small part of CEC protocol and devices like player doesn't support it at all.

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I mention ARC/CEC out of habit because both are usually on the same chipset and problems with CEC (of which there are many) sometimes affect ARC, which we are not talking about. I think you are correct that if CEC is disabled on the sink devices, the CEC commands sent by the UBK90 are ignored. The concern arises from what LG may or may not have done in how the On/Off commands are related to the CEC commands, and if the UBK90 needs to receive an ACK for the On/Off and other functions.
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There is zero evidence that it will do that. In fact, in my own test, the CEC link when enabled does not work very well across different brands. The player only works correctly with LG OLED. Doesn't work at all with my Sharp TVs and two of my different Samsung TVs. Only partially work with a 3rd different model of Samsung TV.

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There is zero evidence that it will do that. In fact, in my own test, the CEC link when enabled does not work very well across different brands. The player only works correctly with LG OLED. Doesn't work at all with my Sharp TVs and two of my different Samsung TVs. Only partially work with a 3rd different model of Samsung TV.

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Yep. And you just identified the main issue with CEC, which is its lack of standardization so that it rarely works across various mfrs. CEC can even have issues within the same mfr which is very frustrating. That's why I gave up on ARC/CEC years ago and went with an optical cable instead of ARC for the SmartApps/OTA television and a Harmony remote in lieu of CEC. Thanks.
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Have to say my Sharp TV does work flawlessly with my Yamaha soundbar via ARC. That's the only time I really need the ARC/CEC.
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So can the UBK90 be used with an older flagship AVR that doesn't have HDMI inputs?

Use the UBK90's HDMI output to the new TV's input for picture...

And use the UBK90's optical out to the AVR for the sound...


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It should work just fine but you will be limuted to old lossy Dobly Digital or DTS 5.1 audio. The player even has DTS re-encode mode for optical out.

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Use the UBK90's HDMI output to the new TV's input for picture...

And use the UBK90's optical out to the AVR for the sound...
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It should work just fine but you will be limuted to old lossy Dobly Digital or DTS 5.1 audio. The player even has DTS re-encode mode for optical out.
That will work well. Of course older AVRs don't have Dolby Surround Upmix or DTS Neural X capabilities to expand 5.1 audio to 5.1.2, 7.1 etc but may have Dolby Prologic II or IIX which will expand 5.1 to 7.1. With a baseline 5.1 or a 7.1 speaker setup you still get very good surround sound.

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Are Technicolor Hdr discs playable on this player? I know my tv can. I just bought Oblivion which uses Technicolor and was wondering if i will actually get Technicolor...
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Does anyone know if this player plays DV on a Sony x900f?

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I'm about to pull the plug on the UBK90 and from what I've read here, there seems to be no advantage in a more expensive player such as the Oppo-like Cambridge Audio CXUHD (to my understanding other mainstream players have no clear advantage over the UBK): PQ in both Blu-rays and UHD are pretty much the same, right?

In terms of Multi-Region for Blu-rays is there any hope on the UBK90 (or the Cambridge)? I don't care about DVDs nor about streaming apps.

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