I'm sure that many of you have already run into this situation as I just have. I was looking at the AVS Forum where analysis is made of equipment and found a list of the equipment that has Dolby Vision or will be receiving a firmware that will update their equipment with firmware. As you can imagine, I was very disappointed to find out the my RX-A3050 will not be receiving a firmware with the Dolby Vision. I went through this same thing in 2015 when I found our that my RX-A3010 did not have the specifications needed to run my equipment with the standards at that time. I spent about $2,000 for the RX-A3010, and then another $2,000 for the RX-A3050. Is there another option so that we poor retired folks don't have to spend another $2,000 for the RX-A3060 or 70? I'm just an old man of 70, but I have not lost my eyesight nor my hearing (yet, no thanks to my wife, children, and grandchildren) and like many of you, I want to have great presentation in sight an sound. I love these new 4K movies, but if they are going to be in Dolby Vision, I'll have to go to Tom Selleck and pull out the equity of my home and use it to upgrade my theater, and no, my children or grandchildren are not going to inherit anything, because if there is any money or property left, my wife and I plan on dying in Tahiti on the beach. (my wife is going to be 69 March 4th and she is still a babe. Did I tell you my eyesight is still good and thank goodness, Viagra is still available.)
Let me know what you all are going to do about Dolby Vision and any other upgrade that we won't get a firmware. Thanks, and the best to you guys. You are the best.