Originally Posted by wookiegr
It appears the new models support DTS:X passthru but there is no evidence the new TV's offers that via earc despite the soundbars being all over it. I wish the full TV specs were available to clarify that. It wouldn't be the first WTF moment to find out their soundbars support DTS:X but the TV does not.
According to https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-t...release-dates/
, the OLED and quantum px LCDs have earc.
Do Sony and Samsung 4K tvs have a 64-bit engine with machine learning? Is there any specific information on whether Vizio pqx will have any wide angle filter?
"Powering the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV is Vizio’s IQ Ultra processor, a 64-bit engine that uses A.I. and machine learning to deliver better color, brightness, and detail, according to the company. It comes with Vizio’s latest version of its SmartCast TV operating system, which is loaded with the most popular streaming apps and supports both AirPlay 2 and Chromecast for easy casting from all of your devices.
In addition to supporting HDMI 2.1 along with HDMI eARC, the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV is also compatible with HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG, which pretty much guarantees it will work with all current high dynamic range (HDR) video sources. Vizio’s ProGaming Engine rounds out the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV’s features with Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and resolutions up to 4K at 120Hz.
The new P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV is all about brightness. It features an absolutely retina-searing 3,000-nit peak brightness capability, which should take HDR material to an intense new level in terms of realism. Vizio claims the quantum dot panels used on the P-Series Quantum X are the highest performing on the market, offering 180% more color than standard 4K HDR TVs.This model shares all of the processing technologies found on the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV, including the IQ Ultra processor, ProGaming Engine, and support for HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG, HDMI 2.1, and HDMI eARC."