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Roku Ultra refuses to reliably output 2160p60 HDR through my AVR (even though the Chromecast Ultra does it just fine),
Try adding 4K EDID Emulator between the roku and avr.
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Try adding 4K EDID Emulator between the roku and avr.
I'm supposed to spend almost the cost of the Roku itself to make it work properly? I'll use it as-is, but I wish Roku would issue a firmware update to make it work properly.
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I'm supposed to spend almost the cost of the Roku itself to make it work properly? I'll use it as-is, but I wish Roku would issue a firmware update to make it work properly.
Let's hope not. That would be costly to benefit the very few and raise prices.
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Let's hope not. That would be costly to benefit the very few and raise prices.
What? I'm saying that Roku should issue a firmware update so that their device works properly in the first place with an AVR and TV just like other devices do.
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Roku specs freely available before purchase.
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What the hell are you talking about? Your post doesn't make any sense. Roku supports 2160p60 with HDR, it just doesn't work properly going through my AVR, unlike other devices like Chromecast that do work properly. Even though there is almost no content in 2160p60 HDR, it needs to be able to support a mix of 2160p60 SDR and 2160p24 HDR, as well as lower resolutions and framerates of both HDR and SDR content, so the HDMI output needs to be running at 2160p60 HDR.
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