Originally Posted by saiyanzzrage
I am not technical by any means, but is what he is saying about the bandwidth of the cx hdmi ports and h.265/dolby vision a thing?
As some here have already said that guy is simply annoying, but he does have some way in words in trying to appear convincing. The childish dance at the end with the Deadpool mask takes away all his credibility, though.
I'll bite in any case. So, from my also limited knowledge, I don't see the issue he's trying to point out.
Rec.2020/BT.2020 and H.265 both support 10-bit, it's not like they're exclusive to 12-bit. There may be some benefits from downsampling 12-bit to a 10-bit panel, but I think they should be negligible with the right adjustments/calibrations.
We know the requirement for 4k @ 120 Hz @ 4:4:4 @ 10-bit is 40.1 Gbps. When it is said the CX is capped at 40 Gbps I will assume it's actually 40.1 Gbps (I think we all do). LG say it themselves in their product page:
**Supports up to 40Gbps bandwidth, allowing up to 4K 120Hz 4:4:4 @ 10 bits per component.
Therefore it should be safe to say the CX does indeed support Rec.2020/BT.2020 and H.265 at 4k @ 120 Hz @ 4:4:4 @ 10-bit and we should assume the quantum ego is just rambling.
I won't say I'm 100% sure right on this though, so anyone please do correct me if anything's wrong.