So if i use Plex and watch a movie with Dolby True HD, it will be transcoded?
Even if i want to use a capable soundbar it will just don't work?
i understand this tv has the so called ”EVO” panel. Some reviewer (Vincent Teoh) mentioned that because of that the colour temperature changes when viewing off center. Does that mean black and white movies are somewhat tinted when viewed from the side seats of a large sofa...?
Out of interest, why would you choose to watch a TV from off centre if you don't have to?
There is a 4K B/W movie called Roma (Alfonso Cuaron, 2018) on Netflix. Some A90J owner could test the pink tint issue by watching the beginning of this movie off center.
No, still not working. I turn on my atv and open Netflix. The homepage would show everything in vision/ 5.1. Then, whilst leaving the atv running on the Netflix homepage, I restart the tv via settings. When the picture comes back up, I still only get vision/ 5.1Did it worked out? I had the issue again yesterday. I always check if army of darkness is showing Dolby vision / atmos.
If I see vision /5.1 I restart from the menu the issue is directly solved for me.
Not much really,was me being overly fussy. It had a thin line of along the top third of the screen,but that went the next day after a compensation cycle, but already had a authorised return already booked .What was wrong with the one you returned?
Slightly different from your situation I have the A80J and when I play any Dolby Vision disc through my ub 820 I don’t get notification on the tv screen of volume increase I have to look at my avr screen, also same issue with my Apple 4k tv box. If I play any non Dolby Vision disc all info comes on to the tv screen.View attachment 1547606@Doctor Bravestone and @Mallett94 to update you both on my A90J, due to the assistance you've both offered.
I was AWOL for a month, not ignoring either of you, sorry.
Previously, all of my components (Panasonic UB820, PlayStation and Sky Q) were all connected to a receiver, receiver to TV and I wasn't impressed with the TV.
I've now managed to connect all three components to the TV directly and prior to the weekend was relying on ARC = PQ is not improved a little, it's like a different TV.
The noticeable difference just enforces my view that receivers, although only meant to be repeaters, do influence the PQ, especially if you have to enable 'enhanced' within the settings on HDMI ports.
However, I do have another persistent and annoying problem; the TV doesn't appear to remember the fact I've configured and set the connected devices up. The only device the A90J 'remembers' is, no surprise, the PlayStation (a Sony product).
Since the weekend, I've replaced my Onkyo with a Yamaha, problem still persists. the TV doesn't recognise the fact I've already configured Sky Q, the UB820 and the new receiver.
I've managed to swap all HDMI leads this morning (I'm sweating me conkers off now), rebooted everything after configuring to test, Sky Q and the UB820 not recognised (please refer to pic), the receiver is in name, but no longer configured.
I've got a new UHD player to connect today, a Reavon UBR-X100. Once I've done that, I'm going to reset the TV.
I don't know what else to do... any ideas please?
It's a problem because if the receiver isn't recognised, the A90J is not passing audio properly. It occurs to me, this is all down to 'handshaking' between components. Just my uneducated guess.
To summarise, much, MUCH happier with PQ, far less happy about reliability.
Hope you didn't pay for that calibration? I would get yer $ back if you did.Missed out on HDR first week of owning my set. Thought that "Enhanced format" was enabled at calibration, but it was not. So I watched quite a few movies without HDR or Dolby vision so im gonna have to rewatch quite a few movies. That's how bright the 83" is.
It did show HDR and Dolby vision when i pressed the info-button and it switches correctly. Dont know what to think of it.Hope you didn't pay for that calibration? I would get yer $ back if you did.
If properly calibrated your set should auto switch to the Custom Pro (HDR/DV) setting that the calibrator set for that input when the appropriate signal comes through that source.
It is probably the first thing I noticed about these Sony TV's, that unlike the LG's, you don't get an automated pop-up in the corner of the screen when HDR/HLG/DV content is displayed on the panel. With the Sony's you have to click at least one button on the remote to confirm what format you're watching, mostly for HDMI driven sources it's the [ i+ ] button on the remote.
It is being presented in the correct ratio, which I think is 4:3 mate.I got a question for the owners...
When I was watching Bad Boys for Life last night via Bravia Core, it is listed as an IMAX-E (Enhanced) title. Now I thought that IMAX-E titles filled the entire screen, however when I watched this movie it still retained the black bars?
Some setting not right somewhere possibly?