TVs are srs businessThere's a guy in the top threads posting.. who was IP banned..
Having a legendary breakdown...
A/V have guys going insane.
I get what you're saying, and I utilize enhancement features...Your 940E can make SDR BD look extremely better with its X1e chip.. don't rule them out..
Yes. That is a good point. For now the X800 will be the central point of 4K, other than the apps built into the TV. But, I also have an Intel NUC Skull Canyon and am looking at switching to 4K on it provided Iris Pro 580 can support 4K.I would highly recommend using the X800 with both HDMI ports, 1 directly to the A1E and the 2nd for audio only to your Yamaha.
Video quality on OLED is very dependent on the most direct signal possible.
Pink was a problem on oleds a few years back from whst i seen on the owners pictures theres a serious problem with the A1. Pink tint Wont go away or is possible to calibrate away.If Rec.709 (SDR) alone is capable of a maximum of 16.78 million colors, why do you feel 1 of them (the color gray) affect the ability to display the other 16,779,999?
Is there just too extreme of expectations here?
Well then they should look closer its all over they pictures.No one with an A1 has complained about any tinting in their viewing.
In fact we were complimenting Sony for having a great QC system as all of our gray slides in the owners thread are identical.
There's no issue so far from satisfied owners with any pink tints.
Perfect test for tint/white contamination is at the 2minute mark in Casino Royale. The entire scene has a slight sepia tone, but if you have any tinting problems you'll see shifts in the color in this scene, and in particular this frame. I had to send back a bunch of LG EF9500 because of yellow stripe and/or bad tinting.No one with an A1 has complained about any tinting in their viewing.
In fact we were complimenting Sony for having a great QC system as all of our gray slides in the owners thread are within an identical ratio. Perhaps what you see in the pictures are a result of this identical ratio.
There's no issue so far from satisfied owners with any pink tints being visible when in viewing content.
Do check that other thread out you have found here for longer-length cable testing (shorter lengths are promised next) and more discussion.Preferred HDMI cable?...
When you had a few pink oleds you se it instant.Maybe your computer monitor needs calibration which you're viewing the photos on?
How do I know the device you're using to view the pics doesn't have a pink tint issue?