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I just ordered the Panasonic DP-UB9000 and I will hopefully get it by 10/17. Wondering what the build date will be, for those who already own it: did you notice a date anywhere on the package or player? I already added this player to my Harmony Elite remote 😊 My TV is a Samsung 82" Q90R and my family and I simply love it. The player I am using right now is the Oppo UDP-203. What convinced me to get the UB9000 was less banding I see and read in the reviews, also the HDR Optimizer. Will see and will report how this works out with my setup.

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Hi, some one here have some experience with seting on UB9000 and JVC Frame HDR Adaptation...?


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Yes I have the RS1000 with the new 3.10 firmware. To use the frame FRAME ADAPT the HDR OPTIMIZER in the PANNY is supposed to be turned OFF. The FRAME ADAPT addition is significant improvement in HDR picture quality.
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I just ordered the Panasonic DP-UB9000 and I will hopefully get it by 10/17. Wondering what the build date will be, for those who already own it: did you notice a date anywhere on the package or player?
The manufacture date is printed on the back panel right next to the serial number.
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audio volume control

I presently have an Oppo 103D, so I am considering the 9000 for its 4K video and audio capabilities. I have powered monitors (speakers) connected to the Oppo 103D, so the 103D directly controls the volume of the speakers using the Volume buttons on the Oppo remote.

For the Panasonic 9000, is there a way to get it to do the same thing? I know that the volume button on the Panasonic remote doesn't do that (it is trying to control a TV volume). But I see in the menu system that buried down several layers there is the ability to change the volume of all of the speakers simultaneously. It would be nice if that feature could be mapped to the 9000's volume button. Otherwise, I'd need to see if a Harmony can control the menu options that deep.

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I received my UB9000 two days ago and so far I am a very happy camper. Coming from Oppo 203 I do like the additional HDR options and settings. Tried regular Blu-ray with fantastic results, 4k HDR10 and HDR10+ do look breathtakingly good. All discs so far played without any hiccups. Not using the apps on the UB9000 at all.

There are six peak white settings, for now I left the setting to medium to high luminance for my Samsung Q90R. Since this TV offers up to 2800 nits I wonder if I have any benefits using the "super high luminance" option?

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I received my UB9000 two days ago and so far I am a very happy camper. Coming from Oppo 203 I do like the additional HDR options and settings. Tried regular Blu-ray with fantastic results, 4k HDR10 and HDR10+ do look breathtakingly good. All discs so far played without any hiccups. Not using the apps on the UB9000 at all.

There are six peak white settings, for now I left the setting to medium to high luminance for my Samsung Q90R. Since this TV offers up to 2800 nits I wonder if I have any benefits using the "super high luminance" option?
The specs I saw for that TV said ~1300 nits (rtings), which is still great. That TV lands in between the "middle-high" (1000 nits) and "super high" (which is 1500 nits) options... your "benefit" is proper tone mapping for HDR content. "Super high" might make things a little darker.
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Just as an fyi to those debating 820 vs 9000, the 9000 is definitely quieter.


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Enjoying my Panasonic UB9000 with my JVC RS1000. I originally purchased the UB820 but decided the additional benefits from the UB9000 paired with my JVC projector were worth the upgrade...not too mention the build quality improvements. I used the manufacturer white sheet recommended settings for the JVC projector and Pani UB9000 and found improved image over the UB820 which lacks those specialized settings for JVC NX/RS projectors. Although improvements are stated as being even better if paired with the higher end models NX7/NX9. I first setup the UB9000 as I had done on the UB820. Then i setup as advised on the white sheet as advised by JVC and Pani. I noticed increased detail in shadows and in brighter scenes...such as cloud outlines. Also I feel like facial or skin tones are more defined. I currently use the UB820 on a 55 inch tv. I have had no issue streaming 4K or atmos. I use a fiber cable for my projector and certified 4K hdmi (the UB820) for my tv. I run it through a Denon X8500H to my projector and direct to my tv (the UB820). I have owned the UN9000 for about a month now and am really impressed. I hope but have no idea if Panasonic will add more standard apps like Vudu, MoviesAnywhere, Apple TV +, Disney +.

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Just returned the 820 and ordered the 9000...super impressed with the 820 connected to JVC NX-7, but 820 does not have a backlit remote. Wife says, "you spent $500 more for a remote". YUP.
Not sure if anyone else on this forum is aware or not, but if you had the prior "flagship" the UB700, its backlit remote is fully compatible and works most of the functions on the 820. It even gives you extended disc info data with max nit levels etc, that the native 820 remote does not.
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Not sure if anyone else on this forum is aware or not, but if you had the prior "flagship" the UB700, its backlit remote is fully compatible and works most of the functions on the 820. It even gives you extended disc info data with max nit levels etc, that the native 820 remote does not.
You mean the UB900? Or was the model UB700 elsewhere? Yeah the remote is nearly identical - just missing the HDR button.

I just use my harmony though. I would definitely recommend it for a home theater!
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You mean the UB900? Or was the model UB700 elsewhere? Yeah the remote is nearly identical - just missing the HDR button.

I just use my harmony though. I would definitely recommend it for a home theater!
Whoops, yes I meant the UB900
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Enjoying my Panasonic UB9000 with my JVC RS1000. I originally purchased the UB820 but decided the additional benefits from the UB9000 paired with my JVC projector were worth the upgrade...not too mention the build quality improvements. I used the manufacturer white sheet recommended settings for the JVC projector and Pani UB9000 and found improved image over the UB820 which lacks those specialized settings for JVC NX/RS projectors. Although improvements are stated as being even better if paired with the higher end models NX7/NX9. I first setup the UB9000 as I had done on the UB820. Then i setup as advised on the white sheet as advised by JVC and Pani. I noticed increased detail in shadows and in brighter scenes...such as cloud outlines. Also I feel like facial or skin tones are more defined. I currently use the UB820 on a 55 inch tv. I have had no issue streaming 4K or atmos. I use a fiber cable for my projector and certified 4K hdmi (the UB820) for my tv. I run it through a Denon X8500H to my projector and direct to my tv (the UB820). I have owned the UN9000 for about a month now and am really impressed. I hope but have no idea if Panasonic will add more standard apps like Vudu, MoviesAnywhere, Apple TV +, Disney +.
Have you tried out the new JVC firmware that adds DTM? If so curious on your thoughts comparing the DTM with the specialized settings.

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After researching the Panasonic remote (820 and 9000) is causing led backlight flicker on the Sony occasionally.
Pressing eject,power and internet buttons on the remote will activate the flicker. I am curious if there is a way to eliminate this issue? Changing codes on the remote is not eliminating this issue.
Turning off Viera control in the system menu fixed this issue.
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Just as any fyi to other 9000 owners. I’ve got about 80 UHD disks and upon purchase, about 4 of them had playability issues on the 9000. The disks played fine on the Samsung 8500. I exchanged those disks and and had recurrent issues with 2 of the 4 in similar spots on the disk. Replaced again and got playable copies.

I found mention in the thread of the 9000 benefiting from “leveling”. Mine needed it. The disk I had trouble with yesterday played perfectly afterwards.

Stabilize and level. My 9000 wobbled a bit between the 4 pads and I need to shim it up on the right.




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I posted this in the anticipation thread the slim5 rack faceplate sets it off nicely..

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Art, can you give any more info about the rack mounting in this pic?

Is it a Middle Atlantic with custom dimensions given? I couldn't find the 9000 in their database, and I'm not that excited about filling out a dimension form and hoping for the best.

I've got a 9000 coming next week from B&H and its got to look pretty in the rack ;p
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I’ve upgraded from the 820 to the 9000 since the end of August. And worth every penny. No issues til this week. I had a dual hdmi setup.
Video to new 2019 VIZIO PX75. Audio to Marantz SR8012 7.2.4 system.

I’m not getting full audio channel feed to the AVR.. just stereo.

But when I go back to single hdmi.
Everything works fine. Getting DV/Atmos/DTS-X etc.

Did a reset from the menu and unplugged and replugged..Didn’t work.

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Art, can you give any more info about the rack mounting in this pic?

Is it a Middle Atlantic with custom dimensions given? I couldn't find the 9000 in their database, and I'm not that excited about filling out a dimension form and hoping for the best.

I've got a 9000 coming next week from B&H and its got to look pretty in the rack ;p

I filled out the form and it came out unbelievably good actually but it's odd that it isn't in the database now. Perhaps if you call them and tell them to duplicate exactly what they did for me they would have saved the work.

I gave them the following dimensions/info:

Panasonic DP UB 9000
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I’ve upgraded from the 820 to the 9000 since the end of August. And worth every penny. No issues til this week. I had a dual hdmi setup.
Video to new 2019 VIZIO PX75. Audio to Marantz SR8012 7.2.4 system.

I’m not getting full audio channel feed to the AVR.. just stereo.

But when I go back to single hdmi.
Everything works fine. Getting DV/Atmos/DTS-X etc.

Did a reset from the menu and unplugged and replugged..Didn’t work.
This is not good news... I have the player only 10 days now and also have a dual HDMI setup working great so far. Let us know when you find out what's causing this.

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Probably in your setting
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I’ve upgraded from the 820 to the 9000 since the end of August. And worth every penny. No issues til this week. I had a dual hdmi setup.
Video to new 2019 VIZIO PX75. Audio to Marantz SR8012 7.2.4 system.

I’m not getting full audio channel feed to the AVR.. just stereo.

But when I go back to single hdmi.
Everything works fine. Getting DV/Atmos/DTS-X etc.

Did a reset from the menu and unplugged and replugged..Didn’t work.

Any suggestions or recommendations??? Thanks


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I have a Marantz AV7704 but I'm presuming that some if not all HDMI settings are similar. Check your manual for HDMI Audio Out or some such topic. When both HDMI outputs are used stereo output from one MIGHT be normal.

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I filled out the form and it came out unbelievably good actually but it's odd that it isn't in the database now. Perhaps if you call them and tell them to duplicate exactly what they did for me they would have saved the work.

I gave them the following dimensions/info:

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w 430mm
H 74mm
WF 82MM
FH 8mm



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Thanks Art!! I really appreciate you including your numbers.
I'm going to ask if they will cut a notch for an IR emitter as well.

I can't believe a $1000 disc player with zero rear IR or trigger ports. At least the Oppo 203 this is replacing had a rear IR sensor.
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Thanks Art!! I really appreciate you including your numbers.
I'm going to ask if they will cut a notch for an IR emitter as well.

I can't believe a $1000 disc player with zero rear IR or trigger ports. At least the Oppo 203 this is replacing had a rear IR sensor.
You're welcome ,yea interesting about the IR, small rat tail file to cut notch like one minutes work. All the best !

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Probably in your setting


I haven’t touched the settings since I first got the 9000. There were no updates recently for both the 9000 and AVR. All was fine til now.

aside from the soft reset from the menu.... is there a way to do a hardreset to factory defaults?

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Is there a setting to make the 900 resume playback from the point at which it was stopped?

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As has been discussed, resume is a Java function authored onto the disc.
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I didn't know that.

I've never encountered a DVD or Bluray disc that didn't have it until now with my first UHD disc, Bumble Bee.

Just bad luck, or is that not unusual for UHD?

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Some early Blu-rays didn't have it, but most do now after many protested about not having a standard DVD feature in the more "sophisticated" Blu-ray. UHDs also may or may not have it. Users are completely at the mercy of the disc producers.
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Also if the disc isn't BD Java, just regular BD, it will work also by player.
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I also have it in an open rack with a good amount of space around it, and on top of that it is in the basement, so it always stays cool.


So I'm just trying to determine if the fan not spinning is normal behavior, or if it is broken.
While the exterior is not hot, perhaps there is an internal component that will locally get warm and causes issues.


If you have the opportunity, could you take a look at your player and check to see if the fan is spinning when it is on?

Sorry for the very late reply. I have tested that after a long film sessions and could not make out any fan spinning.
The only time I heard the fan spinning was, when I put in the 4K UHD US-Version of "Watchmen Ultimate Cut". But it only spinned when reading the disc in, after that it went silent again.


In general, this is the most silent player I ever have owned.
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Were you referring specifically to the UBP9000 or the UBP820 ? Thanks.

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