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  1. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    I have a way of getting sucked into drama circles like this.
  2. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    OK, I'll just say this and then duck out. For real. Robert Zohn, who truly knows the player, answered a question from your first thread. Then you came back, started a second thread and asked the exact same question about settings on the player that he'd already answered in the first thread...
  3. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    You need to at least try to help yourself a little bit. You're the only one who has your equipment, so don't expect the rest of us to find out if the contrast and local dimming can actually be lowered while playing HDR content. But, yeah, edge illumination dimming isn't very usable in the real...
  4. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    I could say the same thing again, because I answered your question, which you seem to have rejected, and then asked the question again. Displays really aren’t my specialty, so I’ll let someone else give it a try.
  5. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    What your wife is seeing might be the local dimming zones, if your TV has that feature. There's usually a setting for degree of adjustment, and if it's cranked up, it will be quite noticeable. Just a note, basically no setting on any TV, except possibly the backlight, should be turned up all...
  6. JohnRice

    Can Someone Assist with Panasonic UB9000 Questions?

    I seriously doubt that contrast should be maxed out... ever... HDR or not. In most cases, it's not even close. I expect virtually all situations range from 40-60, but I don't know that specific TV.
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