Originally Posted by gadgtfreek
All of this was known before you could even buy the unit. Complaining on AVS won't get it fixed, for an ill decided purchase on your part. I am not defending Sonys choice, granted I dont care about DV, but it was never hidden from anyone the toggle was still there...
What are you talking about? I don't see ANYWHERE on the Sony sight or on the box that says "This model supports Dolby Vision via a toggle buried deep in the menus that can be applied to all content, Dolby Vision encoded or not, or can never be applied depending on your preference."
This is clearly poor product management from Sony. Don't blame the consumer for expressing their displeasure.
I can not imagine product research that would says "We need DVD-Audio on this and they don't care if Dolby Vision is always applied or not, the key is DVD-Audio support!" (Note:I do own 40 DVD-Audio discs.)
Two ways for Sony to lessen the impact if they can not enable a "Dolby Vision:Automatic" feature:
1)Move the Dolby Vision ON/OFF flag to an area (like in the INFO menu) that can be toggled with as few button presses as possible.
2)Convince us that remapping all content to Dolby Vision is not bad.(It is bad though.)
Can I still post here since I returned mine?