Your postal carrier or UPS driver must hate you
What will you use for live and recording TV...program? I am stuck with an i7-6700K in order to use WMC with Windows 7.
LOL.. I live in NYC in a doorman building.. so dont have to see the delivery guys. Except the TV was delivered this morning at 8am, and the service entrance was closed, so the delivery guy hand carried it to my apartment (he didn't bring a dolly on his truck).
As for recording, I was using WMC on Windows 8 since it came out with the Ceton infiniTV 6 ETH, which gave me 6 tuners with my cable card and was hooked up to my Panasonic plasma. I plan to use Plex now in Windows 10 as my TV source with the SiliconDust HDHomeRun PRIME Cable. I wish I could use the Ceton, but it's not compatible with Plex, so I will lose 3 tuners. I also won't be able to record HBO, Showtime, and other premium channels. But for those shows/movies, I can either use their HBO Go app or just download 1080p versions off the net.
My biggest concern is:
1.) If my HDR 4K H265 content will play via Kodi or Plex on the TV. Also, should I use the Sony Android app or my Windows desktop for Kodi/Plex?
2.) How I should plug in the LG Atmos sound bar? In between the Nvidia 1060 card and the TV. Or outputted from the TV.
I am also worried about motion. I loved the colors and brightness of the Samsung Q8N, but when I stopped by the Best Buy, the Sony rep there showed me how the motion on the Sony is soo much better than Samsung's. I HATE the soap opera effect, so I need to figure out the best motion settings to minimize this while trying to brighten the pic to mimic my plasma.Compared to the 6 yr old Panny 60" plasma, as others have said: plasma sets a high standard. The 4k content on the Sony is just as it should be but I really feel that smooth depiction of motion is better on the plasma and also, the slight dimming in the corners of the 900f is a bug, not a feature.
But...human beings adapt and I know to give the Sony some time so we get accustomed to the new imagery.