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notsince98
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re: Samsung Q70R
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Samsung has their own Dolby Vision called HDR10+ and now a lot of movies are using it so not such a big deal anymore.


You are comparing a 10-bit variable metadata format to the 12-bit within Dolby Vision. There is a measurable difference.

For some odd reason, I think you cannot get dolby atmos with HDR10+ either. I need to double check that.


UltimateHog
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Member since Dec 2011
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re: Samsung Q70R
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You are comparing a 10-bit variable metadata format to the 12-bit within Dolby Vision. There is a measurable difference.



There is no such thing as a 12 bit tv panel so no.

The main thing is the dynamic metadata of 10+ and DV versus static of regular HDR10.

This post was edited on 7/1 at 8:26 pm


notsince98
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KC, MO
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re: Samsung Q70R
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There is no such thing as a 12 bit tv panel so no.

The main thing is the dynamic metadata of 10+ and DV versus static of regular HDR10.


Different TV's can display a higher percentage of the bt.2020 spectrum than others. The higher end ones do get more color out of Dolby vision than hdr10+.

I would only look for a TV that does both. No need to compromise.


UltimateHog
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re: Samsung Q70R
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Different TV's can display a higher percentage of the bt.2020 spectrum than others. The higher end ones do get more color out of Dolby vision than hdr10+.


Samsung panels are too good and tend to have the same/better color gamut as any other high end TV. For instance, the Q90 covers about 1.2% more of the 2020 uv spectrum over the LG C9, and there is no change for the CX as it is the same panel. The Sony A9G OLED also scores worse at about 2.2% less color gamut. The 2020 Sony X950H scores worse in both by 2%+ as well.

So really, those panels don't make much use of the extra color volume over any other set. And on top of that the OLED's can't get bright enough to begin with to take advantage of the Dolby Vision expanded colors.

But yes, in a perfect world the top TV manufacturer would support both, but they don't. And given that HDR10+ is royalty free and DV is not, it's hard to blame them.

So that leaves you with Vizio that supports both. Quantum X is a good set, gets very very bright and also smashes any of the above mentioned TV's in the rec 2020 colorspace, +9% and +11% over the above mentioned Q90.
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kywildcatfanone
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re: Samsung Q70R
I don't want to hijack or or interrupt this thread, but I do have a question.

If you were buying two TV's for your house, one for the main living space (65"), and one for bedrooms (55"), what would you buy?

I don't need the latest and greatest tech or highest refresh rate, so I'm looking for maybe a $700-1000 TV for the living space, and $400-600 for the bedrooms.

I will be buying several of them.


lsuguy13
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re: Samsung Q70R
The tcl


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