Originally Posted by bokap
I have on order Anthem 1120. I had assumed it had Dolby Vision but after reading specs on Crutchfield site I didn't see anything about Dobly Vision. Not sure if it was an outdated review or not. Can anyone confirm if it has Dobly Vision or not, and if not should this be a deal breaker. Already I am having buyers remorse as my dealer had me convinced to buy Sony 5000ES over Anthem as he said it can do more than the Anthem. I decided go for Anthem 1120 anyway but now I find that he was right in that Anthem will not support video in my bedroom and there may be a few other things Sony 5000 can do that Anthem can't.
I have a work around to get Video in my bedroom. I will use my Denon 3313 for bedroom and Anthem 1120 for Home Theater. I was using the 3313 to run 5.1 system and use the two remaining amps to run bedroom speakers and TV. It was a surprise that Anthem is not capable of this. I will be using 9 amps for 5.1.4 system and I assumed the two remaining amps could be assigned to bedroom for audio and video.
I am buying Sony 950G which I believe supports Dolby Vision so will I be able to set it up to bypass Anthem to get Sony Vision?
Don't worry it passes Dolby Vision. No problem. I use it with my LG oled. And HDR with my projector.
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