Originally Posted by StrainedSky
Just a warning the newest firmware released 4/18/19 2140-1040-2060-0010 removes Dolby Vision without any warning. I would disable updates if you want to keep this feature, hopefully it is just a bug and not intentional but I'm guessing it is.
I just picked up the Integra DLB 5 off Amazon for <$300. I am not limited to the crappy wireless sub so that alone makes it worth it.
I asked Integra if Dolby Vision will be supported and they said no, the latest firmware is the one From 4/19 so there’s your answer. I’m tempted to Try flashing the Onkyo firmware from Feb to the unit. It should work because unlike the Pioneer firmware the firmware seems to be exactly the same, file name, size, etc. I could try renaming the Pioneer firmware (latest dated a few weeks ago) but I imagine it’s also missing Dolby Vision, unless they fixed it.
Edit- It's the same firmware, so the devices are the same, except for the DLB 5 having the sub out.
After using the soundbar a bit I must say I'm pretty impressed. For the money it was well worth it- I find it to be much better than my Yamaha YAS-107, and although the included wireless soundbar leaves something to be desired, the option to replace it with my own makes it an even better deal than it's Onkyo and Pioneer brethren.
For me this is (almost) perfect. I would love to be able to hook up rears to it. Let's see if I can figure out the pin config to the soundbar and make discrete analog outs for each channel. lol
I just upgraded to the 115 firmware off the net. Version 117 has been released for the Pioneer, and I found Onkyo's downloadable for 113 (which was the Dolby Vision one) so if anyone needs it, you can grab it. Can you downgrade firmware from USB? I haven't tried because I don't have a DV equipped TV in the bedroom (yet).