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  1. Matt Hough

    A few words about...™ HDR and the new Panasonic 9000 -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    Here's a policy I use with every disc I play now in my UHD player (a Sony X700; notorious for freezing but which has never given me one lick of trouble): I wipe down every disc I put in the player with a microfiber cloth before I insert it. Even brand new discs have a thin film residue from...
  2. Matt Hough

    A few words about...™ HDR and the new Panasonic 9000 -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    No player identifies an Atmos track as DOlby Atmos. They identify it as DOlby TrueHD because that's what Atmos is: DOlby TrueHD with added coding for those with Atmos configurations in receiver/speakers (as Doug correctly said). The receiver rightly tells you what it's decoding: trust what it says.
  3. Matt Hough

    A few words about...™ HDR and the new Panasonic 9000 -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    The Philips 7502 is also a very affordable UHD player that does HDR and Dolby Vision.
  4. Matt Hough

    A few words about...™ HDR and the new Panasonic 9000 -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    Best Buy and Value Electronics are the two notable retailers for Panasonic UHD players.
  5. Matt Hough

    A few words about...™ HDR and the new Panasonic 9000 -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    That's what I've read, too. The 820 should solve most video needs for projectionists.