What was your Thoughts on comparison between the two?After receiving my 75" Z back in August 2016 and getting almost 4 amazing years out of it, I will be moving to a C9.
It is bittersweet because I honestly feel like the Z is the best LCD ever produced and likely ever will be. Fortunately it is going to a good home with a friend so I will get to enjoy it when I go over to visit.
I haven't received my C9 yet, should get here in a week or so but a few weeks ago I helped my neighbor pickup a 65" C9 from Best Buy, per my recommendation. Definitely not changing to it for the panel size, the main motivating factor for me was HDMI 2.1 and I have a HTPC in that room so wanted to take advantage of G-sync and the lower input lag. Also being a big gamer, I will likely get the new consoles when they come out.What was your Thoughts on comparison between the two?
Surely you must not notice the difference of size in the 2inches ( I’ve wondered about the trade off between my 75Z9D and a 77 C9 or CX)? Is the 2 inches really noticeable or not really?
Also, what late your thoughts on the comparison of PQ? Minor upgrade? Small or big?
Any regrets or miss the bright pop on HDR?
I use these devices but not the Bravia mode.Friends
Is there anyone using the 1100 ES 4k player or any other 4k player with the Bravia mode?
Is the video processing better in the Z9D compared to the 1100ES?
Thanks. Yes, it has an "ECO" function that allows for setting a time to turn off after "no use and no detected input". Mine was "off" and I turned it on for "20 minutes". However, I assume it will probably have no impact since my DTV receiver input is always active (the DTV receiver is always on because my wife wants the 90 minute buffer function available when she turns on the TV). After close to 50 years of marriage, I can guarantee that it's much easier to put up with the Yamaha turning on (without sound) at night, once a week, than it is to tell my wife she can't have her buffer function.Doesnt’t the AVR have alao an idle timer to turn it off when not receiving a signal for some time?
I have a Sony STR-DN1080 and also my IPTV Set-top-box is always on. My AVR only considers signal on actively selected input, so that STB does not prevent it from sleeping in.Thanks. Yes, it has an "ECO" function that allows for setting a time to turn off after "no use and no detected input". Mine was "off" and I turned it on for "20 minutes". However, I assume it will probably have no impact since my DTV receiver input is always active...
Android TVs have a limited amount of storage for the APPS, in most cases this cannot be increased.Hello everyone, quick question.
Has anyone had the "storage running low" message pop up on their Z9D? I currently have a 65" Z9D and this is the first time I have received this message. Is there a way to add storage ? I Only have apps that i use (just a few of them)
Thank you very much, this solved the problem! I honestly did not think the cache on TV's needed to be cleared ahaha. Appreciate the helpAndroid TVs have a limited amount of storage for the APPS, in most cases this cannot be increased.
To help with this message:
1) Reboot your TV by holding down the power button, this will clear the cache on many apps which clears storage
2) Go into settings, go to the apps you use and clear the cache manually
3) Uninstall/disable any apps you do not use
There are more involved ways to free storage but try these first.
I use manual IP setup and set Default Gateway to a non-existing address.Is there a firmware setting I'm not familiar with; or do you just disconnect ethernet/wifi connections?