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HDR10 is a requirement for UHD Blu-ray. Dolby's promise is to deliver Dolby Vision as an extension layer with HDR10 backwards compatibility, similarly to Atmos tracks.

I believe the reason we don't see this with streaming providers is to preserve bandwidth. So they store both a HDR10 and DV stream (I believe only Vudu is DV only for now, hopefully they support HDR10 eventually as well for early adopters).
Yeah, Vudu made a statement in September mentioning that they went with DV first because it was finished before HDR10 but they have plans to support it and will not remain DV only.

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Spoke with a Sony rep today at the local Best Buy, they told me that when he went to his Sony training for these new models, they were clear that the Z9D is the better performer when it came to picture quality and HDR and is their flagship model ...he said they were told pretty much that OLED is a new tech compared to LCD as it is perfected and they believe OLED is still young and didn't seem to want to invest into the OLED technology if it went bad ...which is why they are using LG panels, he said they don't seem to be full believers in OLED but are still providing it for their customers and they are sticking to the tried and true LCD as their flagship model until OLED is perfected ...that's what he said so it's not my opinion, although it's nice to hear as a Z9D owner

Also I spoke to one of the magnolia designers and they had claimed that the Z9D is a 12 bit display, although they claim 14 bit super sampling it allows for Dolby Vision in 12 bit color depth, I was under the assumption that all other Dolby Vision TV's (LG) are 10 bit? So to say that HDR10 content mastered in 10 bit color depth is better than Dolby Vision not in 12 bit color depth, thoughts?
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As of this edition I still have not seen any information confirming these Z Models getting DV via firmware update. Please enlighten me if there is supporting documentation for DV Upgrading. TIA !
I'm with you on this. I'd be ecstatic if my Z9D could be upgraded to DV. But I want more proof before I believe it. I searched the internet and couldn't find anything from Sony, in print, that substantiated what we're apparently hearing.

And I have to wonder why Sony didn't use future upgradability to DV as a huge selling point since the set was first announced? I have to believe many people rejected the set due to the prevailing belief, up until now, that his set wouldn't be upgradable to DV. Did something prevent Sony from featured this upgradable feature from the time the set was released?
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I'm with you on this. I'd be ecstatic if my Z9D could be upgraded to DV. But I want more proof before I believe it. I searched the internet and couldn't find anything from Sony, in print, that substantiated what we're apparently hearing.

And I have to wonder why Sony didn't use future upgradability to DV as a huge selling point since the set was first announced? I have to believe many people rejected the set due to the prevailing belief, up until now, that his set wouldn't be upgradable to DV. Did something prevent Sony from featured this upgradable feature from the time the set was released?
They can't announce it until the deal is officially signed. Their plan, was to announce at CES, and they did a terrific job of keeping that part quiet literally until the unveiling.
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Just ordered the 75z9d the day before A1e announced
i wonder if the A1E would be a better choice
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They can't announce it until the deal is officially signed. Their plan, was to announce at CES, and they did a terrific job of keeping that part quiet literally until the unveiling.


And in multiple interviews on the show floor they keep saying it. As soon as it's confirmed I am going to get the 75" - I want DV for mass effect !

Plus imagine with those almost OLED blacks but 1500 nits - the scaling will.be superb !!


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It appears the Z9 may be the last 3D display from a mainstream vendor (I'm excluding HiSense).

Have any of you compared 3D on the Z9 to the 940D and passive 3D on LG or Sony 4k TVs?
I have done a few posts earlier on the 3d capabilities of the z9d. I have now done a full viewing of my 3D library on my 75. In my opinion (and my wife's) its the best 3d we have seen.

Its easily the best active 3d set thanks to its brightness. High brightness tends to reduce the main problems of active 3d (dim and flicker).

I do understand some people prefer passive over active, but I am quite neutral to it. My friend owns an lg oled and also is a 3d buff like me. We have both tried out quite a few movies and the overall feeling is the viewing experience is better on the z9.

Other members have also discussed this here with me, and some have gone through extensive testing on their own. Some of their thoughts (earlier posts) do confirm the above. Even if one feels both lg oled and z9d 3d are similar (i feel z9d is better), the additional 10" helps in a much more immersive 3D experience.

Please don't trust me on this. I would highly recommend viewing both 3d tvs in a good setup.
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And in multiple interviews on the show floor they keep saying it. As soon as it's confirmed I am going to get the 75" - I want DV for mass effect !

Plus imagine with those almost OLED blacks but 1500 nits - the scaling will.be superb !!


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Just ordered the 75z9d the day before A1e announced
i wonder if the A1E would be a better choice
I'd still consider a z model if they made an 85" model with a lot more zones.
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OFFICIAL Sony XBR-65Z9D Owner's Thread [no price talk please]

This is wonderful news and makes the 75" at 7k a no brainer with price quality and features (Android and Google home is fantastic, really is sci Fi like).

I will wait till Sony officially lists it as coming on their site. They have rejigged on promises in the past .

Still the awful dealers are down to $6200 so I am sure you can get it round 7 from a more reputable place


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I'd still consider a z model if they made an 85" model with a lot more zones.
But it's not going to happen, so I would think that this shouldn't be factored into the equation of what someone will chose to do.

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But it's not going to happen, so I would think that this shouldn't be factored into the equation of what someone will chose to do.
You are 100% positive? They released the last z in the summer - not at CES.
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This may have been covered but to those in the knows, how does the Z support DV when it's a 10 bit panel? I know it has 14 bit super mapping but is that related to DV? I'm a bit confused here.
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Is there a price thread for the 75? A quick Google found some.crazy low.prices and worried about too good.to be true ....


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This may have been covered but to those in the knows, how does the Z support DV when it's a 10 bit panel? I know it has 14 bit super mapping but is that related to DV? I'm a bit confused here.


The panel is fine. Some lg are 8bit with dv.

The panel is AOU if I am not mistaken. Native CR matches what is measured (5500:1)


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Anyone been playing hdr games like forza 3 or ps4 pro??


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The panel is fine. Some lg are 8bit with dv.

The panel is AOU if I am not mistaken. Native CR matches what is measured (5500:1)


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So despite the panel only being 10 bit and supports DV, does that super 14 bit mapping tech help to enhance DV even further?
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I've asked this question before, when I talked to the magnolia design center reps they said the panel was 12 bit, all other displays supporting Dolby Vision by LG are 10 bit ...you would need a 12 bit display to get the maximum performance I would assume, so like I've said before I think a hdr10 mastered at 10 bit movie would look better than a Dolby Vision not at 12 bit movie when you have a 10 bit panel, I would like to find out what kind of panel this TV has, 10 bit or 12 bit.
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So despite the panel only being 10 bit and supports DV, does that super 14 bit mapping tech help to enhance DV even further?
There's a difference between the Panel Native Bit Rate versus Bit Rate Processing.

Here's an excellent article that is pretty well up to date in defining differences and impact.

http://4k.com/everything-you-need-to...color-16970-2/
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I currently own the Sony 940C of which I have had some major issues with and am in the process of trying to get Sony to give me a return authorization to Best Buy/Magnolia so I can buy another one of their newer models. I have eliminated the OLED so I will probably be choosing between 75ZD9 or the newer 940E would somebody mind telling me the advantages and disadvantages of this model over the 940E
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There's a difference between the Panel Native Bit Rate versus Bit Rate Processing.

Here's an excellent article that is pretty well up to date in defining differences and impact.

http://4k.com/everything-you-need-to...color-16970-2/
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I currently own the Sony 940C of which I have had some major issues with and am in the process of trying to get Sony to give me a return authorization to Best Buy/Magnolia so I can buy another one of their newer models. I have eliminated the OLED so I will probably be choosing between 75ZD9 or the newer 940E would somebody mind telling me the advantages and disadvantages of this model over the 940E
I believe the Z9d has ~600 dimming zones while the 940e has ~100 dimming zones. The Z9d also supports 3D while the 940e will not.
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I believe the Z9d has ~600 dimming zones while the 940e has ~100 dimming zones. The Z9d also supports 3D while the 940e will not.

Thanks Marc, If the 940E doesn't support 3D than I would have to go with Z9d even though I pretty sure it is going to be more expensive. I t seems that more of the newer TV's are doing away with 3D.

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Good news for Z9 owners... According to a marketing sheet for the A1E, the Z9 will definitely be getting DV via an update and it's still the flagship set with the best overall picture.

I'll copy and paste a few FAQ's on the sheet

FAQs
Is the picture quality of A1 series better than Z9D?
For total balance of picture quality, the flagship Z9D is better than A1E. However, in some aspects--like absolute black level and viewing angle--the A1E has better potential due to the OLED's self-illuminating pixels.

Does the A1E support Dolby Vision?
4K HDR TVs with 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme supports Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma, and HDR 10. Other 4K HDR TVs support Hybrid Log Gamma and HDR 10. The newly announced X94E, X93E and A1, as well as our flagship Z9D, will support Dolby Vision via network update.
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