Dune HD Max Vision 4K

mtenga

Distinguished Member
Thanks @mtenga
Yes it is there such option on my Real HD Vision but not on the Real HD Max Vision.

Only option to choose: With or Without seconds there on old(er) FW versions.
On latest FW version options for time display for Video and Audio are added.
Yes sorry, I checked the ProVision model. Zappiti and Dune have implemented completely different solutions for their OLED display models to the LCD.

Not an issue for me since I like to have maximum luminance always but would be nice for others to have the option to dim on the premium models. Perhaps worth putting forward a change request to the support team.
 

Nice Monkey

Active Member
Yes sorry, I checked the ProVision model. Zappiti and Dune have implemented completely different solutions for their OLED display models to the LCD.

Not an issue for me since I like to have maximum luminance always but would be nice for others to have the option to dim on the premium models. Perhaps worth putting forward a change request to the support team.
I have the reverse problem. The OLED has been dimmed using an unknown to me command/setting and I want to reverse it to normal display.
 
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mtenga

Distinguished Member
I have the reverse problem. The OLED has been dimmed and I want to reverse it to normal display.
Interesting. I have the Zappiti Reference which is the same model as the Dune Max and I can quite clearly see the display from the across the room with time remaining selected, it is quite bright, though I suppose it could be brighter. The options where the file name is included are hopeless and illegible.
 

Nice Monkey

Active Member
The options where the file name is included are hopeless and illegible.
The most recent Dune FW added an option for a Big Font scrolling filename when playing music.
In itself that is well readable at a distance if only some more light would come out of the display.
 

mtenga

Distinguished Member
The most recent Dune FW added an option for a Big Font scrolling filename when playing music.
In itself that is well readable at a distance if only some more light would come out of the display.
Must admit I'd never use these devices for music so have not checked that out on the Reference.
 

BaltoD

Member
Hi,

A thread about the next Dune HD max vision 4K.

A device that seems to be a direct competitor of the Zidoo UHD3000 (Zappiti doesn't offer any comparable device for the moment).

I've had several Zidoo since 4 years, devices with good performance at an interesting price, the Dune HD and Zappiti being too expensive for my taste.

At the price of 700 US$, I thought we could have a future winner against competitors like Zidoo.

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There is also the Dune HD Pro Vision 4K Solo which seems to be comparable to the Zidoo Z1000 PRO... all this to say that Dune HD offers us 2 devices RTD1619DR at interesting prices.

We will wait to see if Dune HD will be able to better manage the software part and in particular the implementation of DV compared to the competitor.

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Here is the link for the updates of the ''Dune HD Max Vision 4K''

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Media Playback​

4K Dolby Vision & HDR10+ video playback: decode 4K video content in various popular formats including H.265 10-bit and VP9 profile 2 up to 4Kp60 HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision

4K Dolby Vision & HDR10+ video output: output 4K content up to 4Kp60 HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision with pixel-to-pixel precision to 4K TV

HEVC: play video encoded using the latest H.265 codec. 2x picture quality increase over H.264

VP9 profile 2: play YouTube 4K HDR content

10-bit color encoding: play video encoded using the latest standards, with support for 1 billion of colors

HDR: play video in the newest HDR (High Dynamic Range) format. Superb picture contrast and details

HDR10+: the most latest and advanced HDR technology from Samsung. More details in bright and dark scenes

Dolby Vision: the most latest and advanced HDR technology from Dolby. More details in bright and dark scenes and best possible picture quality

Dolby Vision VS10 engine: advanced Dolby Vision VS10 engine for best possible processing of SDR, HDR and Dolby Vision content

Standard Dolby Vision output: output standard Dolby Vision signal for full Dolby Vision processing on TV side (TV-Led Dolby Vision)

Low Latency Dolby Vision output: output Dolby Vision signal in the modern LLDV format (Player-Led Dolby Vision)

Video output framerate: automatic (according to the played content) and manual; 23.976 Hz support

Auto framerate: output video with original framerate to ensure absolute smooth playback for all kinds of content

Auto resolution: output video with original resolution for best picture via Hi-End external video processing

True 24p output: ensure perfectly smooth playback of Hollywood movies due to full support for 23.976 framerate

Flicker-free auto framerate/resolution switching: HDMI video mode switching exactly before playback start, not after

Professional-grade controls for video output parameters: detailed configuration of HDMI chroma subsampling modes

Blu-ray menu: enjoy full Blu-ray menu navigation or use simple BD Lite menu at your discretion

Best-in-class full Blu-ray menu support: support for BD-J, BD4K, BD3D, obfuscated playlists and seamless branching

Advanced media player: play video in MKV and other modern video file formats, including top quality 4K and HD with very high bit rates (100 Mbit/s+)

Video file formats: MKV, MPEG-TS, MPEG-PS, M2TS, VOB, AVI, MOV, MP4, QT, ASF, WMV, BD ISO, BDMV, DVD-ISO, VIDEO_TS

Video codecs: MPEG2, MPEG4, XVID, WMV9, VC1, H.264, H.265, H.265 10-bit, VP9, VP9 profile 2; support for very high bitrate video up to 100 Mbit/s and higher

Video upscaling: high-quality upscaling of DVD and any other SD video content to 4K, Full HD 1080p and other HD resolutions

3D video: play all popular 3D video formats, including MVC (BD3D ISO), Side-by-Side, Top-and-Bottom

HLS: ensure the best quality of Internet video using Apple HLS adaptive bitrate streaming protocol

DASH: get access to the newest Internet video services using MPEG-DASH adaptive bitrate streaming protocol

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HD audio: output HD audio to your A/V receiver

Hi-End music: play music files in various Hi-End audio formats: 192/24, FLAC, Monkey's Audio APE, WAV/PCM, Super Audio CD (stereo and multichannel), etc

Super Audio CD: play top quality SACD music files in various formats (stereo and multichannel)

Audio codecs: MPEG-1/2 layer I/II/III, AAC, LPCM, FLAC, multichannel FLAC, Vorbis, WavPack, APE (Monkey's Audio), ALAC (Apple lossless), SACD DSD (stereo), AC3, DTS

Audio file formats: MP3, MPA, M4A, AAC, WAV, FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis, WavPack, APE (Monkey's Audio), ALAC (Apple lossless), SACD ISO, SACD DSF, SACD DFF, AC3, DTS, DTS-WAV

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Package Contents​


Dune HD Max Vision 4K x1

Dune HD Premium IR Remote x1

Dune HD BT AirMouse Remote x1

Wi-Fi antennas x2

Bluetooth antenna x1

Batteries AAA x4

PC power cord EU plug x1

PC power cord US plug x1

HDMI cable x1

Quick installation guide x1

19" rack mounting brackets x2

Set of screws for 19" rack mounting brackets x1

Set of screws for installing 3.5" HDD into rear HDD slot x1

Set of screws for installing 2.5" HDD into rear HDD slot x1

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Here is a picture of the inside of the Max Vision 4K, according to Wissense.

This seems to be a prototype or a pre-production model with the Noctua and the interior finish.

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Work in progress
Hello
After trying Zappiti Neo / Reference, Zidoo UHD3000 (nod to Nice Monkey), even if everything is not perfect on Dune hd max vision 4k, I prefer the simplicity, responsiveness and stability of Dune.
I just hope for an update to rejuvenate the interface
setting), of the 3: Dune, Zidoo, Zappiti, it is the Dune which is the most stable, + fluid and + fast , Dune manages to read all my mkv (2500), Zidoo and Zappiti failed to read some of my mkv (file impossible to read).
That I appreciate my Dune (if the display had had a brightness adjustment, I would not have recovered it, nod to Nice Monkey).
Here, I hope there will be an update to give a facelift to the Dune interface which is getting old.....
The ideal would be a Dune player with Panasonic UB9000 image post-processing.
 
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Nice Monkey

Active Member
Updated my Dune Vision HD review here:
Adding a specific chapter for the Max Vision model (nod to BaltoD).

The most recent FW update of Dune in fact enhanced the OLED display functionality nicely during Video/Audio playback. It even includes an optional scrolling Big Font filename/title scrolling with Audio track playback next to displaying progressed/remaining time.
 

walstib

Member
RE: the issue I have reported with the DUNE after sometime in "standby" and my gear set to another HDMI input. Changing back to the DUNE, the display does not "wake up" and my TV thinks it's not receiving a signal.

My workaround is to use the Dune app (iOS), and start playback of a video. The app actually is quite nice in any case! This kicks the display back on. From what I can tell this is a DUNE issue, not my TV or pre/pro.
 

walstib

Member
Has anyone noticed certain titles do not play back properly if at all if playing from a disc backup? Seems to be Lionsgate titles so far - likely involving ScreenPass based on what I've been reading.

Chaos Walking (4K-UHD) -- just black screen
Chaos Walking (1080p-BD) -- plays incorrect playlist, basically the use playlist obfuscation
Knives Out (4K or 1080p) -- same as Chaos Walking.

I expect that there are more titles that fall into this, mostly Lionsgate releases.

For those curious, you need to identify the correct playlist and remux into an MKV or some other container.

For Chaos Walking, it seems the correct mpls is 523
For Knives Out it, the correct mpls is 945

It likely varies however depending on where you purchased your copy.
 

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