Now I'm torn. I just got the Radiance Pro 4240 but it has not been calibrated. I feel like this might be better for my needs? would love advice
90% Netflix,Amazon, Hulu from AppleTV (only b/c it supports atmos) also have roku 4k (will watch my plex movies with and set at 1080p to allow madvrenvy or radiance to upscale?)
Stream movies 4k from vudu/appletv
Occasionally will watch physical disc 4k from Oppo 203 (was considering switching to the Panny?)? But I might start watching more from discs since the quality is definitely evident, and if you tell me with madvr envy and/or lumagen it's day and night I will!!
And a chromecast ultra 4k to be able to look at google photos /videos from phone to screen. So that's 4 devices, plus the computer, although that's rare.
These go to an Arcam 390 receiver, then to the radiance pro, then to a BenQ LK990, those 6k lumens are needed for daytime viewing. My room is a combo daytime very bright family room with 1 wall completely open to the yard, but i can also shut it all up and make it a cave. it's going to a 120" screen innovations zero edge black diamond 1.2gain screen.
Radiance Pro, with the new firmware looks great, but i haven't calibrated yet. the BenQ is not full rec 2020, but REC709 - 92% chip 0.67". Not 100% sure I know what that means
What would you recommend? I really want easy, and more important faster HDMI switching. especially netflix/hulu/amazon when it's 4k, vs. hdr, vs 1080p, or swapping between apps sometimes, the handshake blank sccreen for 15 seconds I can handle but wife and kids can't.. was trying to figure out if adding a HDfury would help.
I think if i'm reading it right madvrenvy might be better for my setup? I wouldn't ahve both right?