I watched the Man city game and it was in HDR on my EX750 on my 4K fire stick.
The internal Prime app on the TV does not show HDR neither does the app on the Panasonic UB820 Blu-Ray nor Apple 4K TV. The Xbox however does offer HDR from the Prime App. If anyone has not yet watched the football in HDR you can subscribe to Prime on a 30 day free trail and enjoy a selection of the games in HDR through the Xbox app. This evening both the Man Utd and Liverpool games are scheduled to be broadcast in 4KHDR. Not sure if Chromecast Ultra is compatible with Prime in the same way it is with BT Sport 4KHDR but will check that out this evening.
I’ve not used it, but have a sonos playbase. Sonos do no converting, only accept Dolby digital or stereo pcm. If it receives DTS bitstream it will be silent. I have to have my Xbox convert DTS to Dolby , or have my Panasonic ub820 output DTS as stereo pcm.Has anyone used the Sonos beam with this tv? does it lag? Does it convert to Dolby digital?
Let me know if you sort the issue, I want to get a beam.I have bought a sonos beam for my 750 TV, but the audio is always behind the video, with all the delays set to 0. Same on Sky Q, fire stick and Chromecast. Anyone know of a way of delaying video? Do I need an hdmi audio extractor?
Sure.Hello everyone! Great topic. Ivanfraser, please could explain what means blue shadows you spoke?
It is Monster University 2013, the problem appears throughout the film in clear parts and only in green tone, other colors are fine. Use your calibration in true cinema mode.what movie is this an what time is it on the video.? I'll compare it to mine.
Though I doubt if I could advise.
If it's not due to anything you've done - if it's the same when settings are at default - then you have a faulty tv.It is Monster University 2013, the problem appears throughout the film in clear parts and only in green tone, other colors are fine. Use your calibration in true cinema mode.
The problem occurs in all entries, with player or with PlayStation. I already replace the cables and everything else.
1. Sorry but I never use the tv audio.Couple of questions.
1) I'm struggling a bit with movies when it comes to audio. Dialogue seems to be stifled by music quite a bit. I know a soundbar or 5.1 set up would fix that but what's my best workaround using the TV's settings?
2) I'm using settings based on the Dynamic preset for the visuals. I like that glowy high contrast look but there is a lot of distortion (for want of a better word) in black areas of scenes. That night episode of GoT was particularly awful. What settings are most to blame for that?
If anyone has any top tips, I'd appreciate it!