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Can anyone post d-nice settings here I went back pretty far and couldn’t find it..
As far as I know he did not post any settings...😩
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Finally watching Some UHD Blu-ray after getting my 55 A9F Calibrated a few weeks ago!
Watching Bumblebee now and it absolutely looks stunning in DV! Other content looks great all around too!
Wanna thank @jrref for doing the calibration and doing a top notch job!
Definitely making me consider a bigger OLED in the near future possibly the 77 A9G!
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I know my TV has banding from certain low light scenes. I haven’t brought up the slides because I don’t want to become sensitized to them.

Anyone have their A9F calibrated in Minnesota? The most recommended here seem to be from coastal states
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Finally watching Some UHD Blu-ray after getting my 55 A9F Calibrated a few weeks ago!
Watching Bumblebee now and it absolutely looks stunning in DV! Other content looks great all around too!
Wanna thank @jrref for doing the calibration and doing a top notch job!
Definitely making me consider a bigger OLED in the near future possibly the 77 A9G!

Is it possible to do calibration remotely ??
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Any recommendations on a screen cleaning product? Sony recommends a neutral cleaner, soft cloth and little to no pressure on the screen.

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Is it possible to do calibration remotely ??
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I did a 5% greyscale test last night and I think I have pretty bad banding. I’m new to this and could use some advice.

I used my Apple TV YouTube app, and I had match dynamo range on but YouTube played the 5% scale in DV. So brightness was up all the way. Should I have used the TV Youtube app? I used DV dark.

Will the banding clean up after I put some hours on the set? I only had about 30 minutes on the set.
I don't think banding change noticeably so what you have is what you will probably have. I will say banding doesn't really tend to be that much an issue for normal viewing. What I would check for is tinting and darkening along the left and right off the screen on full color slides (run, say, full screen orange from YouTube). I've seen that more than banding on Sony OLEDs, including 2 of mine, and unfortunately Sony had determined that to be within normal specs and intended performance for their tv.
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Interesting observation around network traffic with the A9f. I have it connected via wired Ethernet, to a dedicated Ethernet switch that supports all my AV equipment. I had noticed that when streaming music throughout the house (using Logitech Media Server), the Apple TV was having regular dropouts when I was streaming music to it. None of the wireless connected systems (that don't use that switch) were dropping out.


Through a process of elimination (unplugging all the other gear and then reintroducing it one by one) I worked out the A9f was the device that was "causing" the dropouts.


Further investigation of the Ethernet switch revealed that IGMP snooping was disabled, enabling this functionality (deals with multicast traffic management) stopped the problem and I've been streaming music with no dropouts since.


So, if you've just added an A9f to your network and you have weird things start to happen on your network, IGMP snooping is worth checking on your network equipment.


What I haven't done is try to work out what it is that the A9f is actually doing.

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Finally watching Some UHD Blu-ray after getting my 55 A9F Calibrated a few weeks ago!
Watching Bumblebee now and it absolutely looks stunning in DV! Other content looks great all around too!
Wanna thank @jrref for doing the calibration and doing a top notch job!
Definitely making me consider a bigger OLED in the near future possibly the 77 A9G!

Is it possible to do calibration remotely ??
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I know my TV has banding from certain low light scenes. I haven’t brought up the slides because I don’t want to become sensitized to them.

Anyone have their A9F calibrated in Minnesota? The most recommended here seem to be from coastal states
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There is also an up to date list here -> https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/prof...ation-services
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Does anybody know a good calibrater located in Switzerland?
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There is also an up to date list here -> https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/prof...ation-services
Thanks. Found someone in my area. Don't need calibration for my A9F, but may be using it for E9.
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If you find a good one I'm interested!

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Thanks for the links! I sent D-Nice a message, but will refer to the RTINGs list / a few other names mentioned on here otherwise.

I’ve never had a calibrated display, so I’m curious how much better the A9f can look from its most accurate settings to post-calibration.
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After having this tv for almost 2 months I still cannot believe how great it is. Such a clean panel that makes it special coming from a fairly bandy E7. Plus the HDR and colors are just out of this world.

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I took the plunge and purchased a 55 inch A9F in January. I couldn't be happier with my purchase! I have watched a variety of content during the last 3 months and continue to experience exhilaration daily. I kinda wish that I had purchased a 65 incher, but I compensate by sitting 6 feet from the screen. I may purchase a premium sound bar if a great deal comes my way, or perhaps on Black Friday. I started out with the Sony HT-ST5000 hooked to my tv, but I just moved it to the 940E to impress the wife. Now I have an excuse to buy another soundbar for my tv!

Unfortunately I fear that addiction has emerged, as I have also purchased yet another TV and other components as shown in my signature. I'm a newby and I'm still learning something every day. I've been pouring over the forum posts and have gleaned a lot of helpful info. I do a lot of experimenting as well.

The wife isn't as exhilarated as I am, so I preemptively granted concessions in the area of home improvements such as painting the house, new carpet, etc. Still, it was a good deal for me. I gained an office/mancave as well as top notch TV's and peripherals. I can't complain.

I told my wife that I intend to watch more movies with her on our new tv's. It will be so romantic... wink, wink.

I'm not a cinephile, so I didn't do any targeted testing to find flaws. As far as I can see there are no obvious flaws, and my A9F seems to have a great screen. I'm taking Plasma's TV's sage advice, and I'm just enjoying my new top notch TV's!

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So I've been watching movies in dark rooms at night with the light sensor on, turned this off yesterday, and wow it's sooo bright.

Is this the most accurate way to watch SDR content? Eg. Light Sensor- Off, Brightness - Max, Peak Luminance - Medium?

I can't imagine how bright these 10,000 nit displays will be, as my A9F is already retina burning in daylight scenes with the light sensor off.

Also, when watching 24p content, with Film Mode set to Off, does the Smoothness setting actually do anything? Or does it only do motion interpolation when Film Mode is set to Auto? (also adding Soap Opera Effect).
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So I've been watching movies in dark rooms at night with the light sensor on, turned this off yesterday, and wow it's sooo bright.



Is this the most accurate way to watch SDR content? Eg. Light Sensor- Off, Brightness - Max, Peak Luminance - Medium?



I can't imagine how bright these 10,000 nit displays will be, as my A9F is already retina burning in daylight scenes with the light sensor off.



Also, when watching 24p content, with Film Mode set to Off, does the Smoothness setting actually do anything? Or does it only do motion interpolation when Film Mode is set to Auto? (also adding Soap Opera Effect).


For SDR I do most of the same settings you listed but brightness max is way too high. Of course it’s always what you prefer but most people for SDR seem to land somewhere in the 10-30 range depending on room brightness. My room is medium dark but does get some light if it’s bright out so I’ve settled on 30 personally.

As for the second question I’m not sure so I’m not going to give potentially wrong advice.

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Question for the A9F owners, any issues with stuttering while watching the internal apps? I’ve been having that issue since I downloaded the latest update. I’m wondering if other owners are going through the same thing? I wonder if Sony is aware of this issue?
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Question for the A9F owners, any issues with stuttering while watching the internal apps? I’ve been having that issue since I downloaded the latest update. I’m wondering if other owners are going through the same thing? I wonder if Sony is aware of this issue?
No stuttering here.
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Question for the A9F owners, any issues with stuttering while watching the internal apps? I’ve been having that issue since I downloaded the latest update. I’m wondering if other owners are going through the same thing? I wonder if Sony is aware of this issue?
No stuttering issue yet.
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Question for the A9F owners, any issues with stuttering while watching the internal apps? I’ve been having that issue since I downloaded the latest update. I’m wondering if other owners are going through the same thing? I wonder if Sony is aware of this issue?
No problems here either. Are you connected to the internet by ethernet or WIFI?

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Do any owners have photos of their A9F wall mounted (flat, not on an articulating or tilting mount) that they could post?

I'm just about to pull the trigger on one and it would be replacing a Panasonic ZT60 which only sits just over 3 inches from the wall (wall to front of screen) when flat mounted.

Sony's owners manual implies that the 65 inch A9F is 3.39 inches thick .. which, even with an incredibly flat wall mount, would mean the front of the screen would be almost 4.5 inches from the wall!!!
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Do any owners have photos of their A9F wall mounted (flat, not on an articulating or tilting mount) that they could post?

I'm just about to pull the trigger on one and it would be replacing a Panasonic ZT60 which only sits just over 3 inches from the wall (wall to front of screen) when flat mounted.

Sony's owners manual implies that the 65 inch A9F is 3.39 inches thick .. which, even with an incredibly flat wall mount, would mean the front of the screen would be almost 4.5 inches from the wall!!!
You should be able to reuse the existing mount. Your Panny is just under 2 in thick. I doubt you will find a wall mount with less width.

I have a corner mount for my A9F.

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You should be able to reuse the existing mount. Your Panny is just under 2 in thick. I doubt you will find a wall mount with less width.

I have a corner mount for my A9F.
Thanks - I know I can use my existing mount. What I'm interested in is some photos . . or confirmation from someone of how far the screen sits from the wall, when flat mounted
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Thanks - I know I can use my existing mount. What I'm interested in is some photos . . or confirmation from someone of how far the screen sits from the wall, when flat mounted
Sorry, I cannot help with your request.

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Question for the A9F owners, any issues with stuttering while watching the internal apps? I’ve been having that issue since I downloaded the latest update. I’m wondering if other owners are going through the same thing? I wonder if Sony is aware of this issue?
No problems here either. Are you connected to the internet by ethernet or WIFI?
I’m connected via WIFI
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Do any owners have photos of their A9F wall mounted (flat, not on an articulating or tilting mount) that they could post?

I'm just about to pull the trigger on one and it would be replacing a Panasonic ZT60 which only sits just over 3 inches from the wall (wall to front of screen) when flat mounted.


Sony's owners manual implies that the 65 inch A9F is 3.39 inches thick .. which, even with an incredibly flat wall mount, would mean the front of the screen would be almost 4.5 inches from the wall!!!
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Thank you!!!! Any chance you could measure the distance from your wall, to the front of the panel (i.e. the screen surface)?
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