Originally Posted by Dreamliner
I'm joking. I was friendly ribbing docrog who said the random Netflix App issues a lot of people were having were cable related.
and I have both indicated that (because of its idiosyncrasy) Netflix HDR from the UB820/9000 will (only) work perfectly if the HDMI cable is capable of [email protected]
4:4:4 (18 Gbps), similar to the issue with main menu screen on the Samsung 8500 UHD player. If posters on this thread are unable/unwilling to upgrade to "premium certified" HDMI cables, then the ATV4K (as well as others) will certainly suffice to provide Netflix HDR & Atmos, albeit without the advantage of the Panasonic's Optimizer.
I have ZERO problems with the video streaming or ability to decode Netflix Atmos via the UB820/9000 app now that I have the Yamaha RX-A3080 AVR (also true for several generations Denon/Marantz AVRs). As a former owner of the JVC RS500 projector, I realize that the slow sync times of some display devices can wreak havoc in getting the settings of sources to be properly confirmed. There really isn't a significant lag in the new JVC projectors, so setting the UB820/9000 was much less frustrating.
JVC NX7, Yamaha RX-A3080 (2 discrete 7.2.4 speaker layouts: Dolby Atmos & DTS:X), Panasonic UB820, Panasonic UB420, Oppo 103D, ATV4K, Roku Ultra, TiVo Bolt Vox, Vandersteen Model 3 Signatures & VCC-1 Signature, Atlantic Technology (side, rear, front height & overhead) surrounds, SVS SB-2000 (2), Clark Synthesis Tactile Bass Transducers (2), Polk PSW-12
Last edited by docrog; 06-11-2019 at 04:20 PM.