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  1. Robert Harris

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

    I was told to set for low/standard illumination. Dolby Vision off.
  2. Robert Harris

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

    If one visits Value, and has a question, you won’t be speaking with a salesperson. You’ll be with an engineer, who interrelates with the manufacturers.,
  3. Robert Harris

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

    I’m finding nothing in the manual that details the function. One would have to try it.
  4. Robert Harris

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

    Plenty of entry level 4k players out there - and at discounts.
  5. Robert Harris

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

    Best, for those interested, to get on the Value list. And I’ll make the point again, toward transparency, that I paid full price for my unit.
  6. Robert Harris

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

    From Mr. Zohn: For projector owners the UB9000 will be a nice advantage in HDR performance vs. the UB820 as the UB9000 has two projector HDR Optimizer selections, 350Nit and 500Nit tone mapping. The UB820 only has the 500Nit mode for projectors. Other advantages of the UB9000 is the overall...
  7. Robert Harris

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

    For this setup, I moved not from the 820, but from the first gen 900 Pan 4k player, as the Oppo did not offer primary links to Netflix. The touch sensitive controls mounted at the top of the player were a constant bother. In most basic terms, what one receives for the addl $500, vs the 820, is...
  8. Robert Harris

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

    Those peons, like me, who run films via projection, have been viewing 4k discs with HDR, trying to decode said High Dynamic Range in our minds-eye, since the system really started working properly over the past year, or so. If you know what you're looking at, you can tell when it's supposed to...