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4K HDR10+ blu-ray disc list

Greetings.
New to this stuff.

1. Is there a list 4K HDR10+ blu-ray disc available?

2. Or can anyone kindly suggest a few titles for testing the Panasonic UB820 player?

3. Are all 4K blu-ray discs HDR?


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As far a i know, at this point in time, there isn't any HDR10+ content to test.

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As far a i know, at this point in time, there isn't any HDR10+ content to test.

Thanks for the kind reply, Bryn.Appreciate if you could kindly help with a few more novice questions:


1. Are there non-HDR 4k discs? Or are all 4k discs HDR?
2. What are the different versions of HDR? What's the difference?


Many thanks and best regards,
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Thanks for the kind reply, Bryn.Appreciate if you could kindly help with a few more novice questions:


1. Are there non-HDR 4k discs? Or are all 4k discs HDR?
2. What are the different versions of HDR? What's the difference?


Many thanks and best regards,
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Ah...... At last.
A silly question: HDR10+ display is required, presumably?
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If a TV supports HDR10, does it also support HDR10+, or no?

I assume a TV with HDR10 can be upgraded via firmware to support HDR10+ if the manufacture pleases?
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Ah...... At last.
A silly question: HDR10+ display is required, presumably?
Yes.

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If a TV supports HDR10, does it also support HDR10+, or no?
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I assume a TV with HDR10 can be upgraded via firmware to support HDR10+ if the manufacture pleases?
Yes, in theory to an extent. Though I know Sony will never add HDR10+ to my particular display. I would not count on it for "older" displays, but stranger things have happened I suppose....

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Yes, in theory to an extent. Though I know Sony will never add HDR10+ to my particular display. I would not count on it for "older" displays, but stranger things have happened I suppose....
Dang.. I've got a X900F from Sony and was hoping they would patch it in one day. but then again, if it is needing a patch I doubt Pioneer would patch it in to my receiver as well so... Still trying to find a way to get Dolby Vision content streamed to me from Netflix without buying an apple or amazon device. Looks like Xbox may be my only option. (Wish Roku would update their stuff)
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Dang.. I've got a X900F from Sony and was hoping they would patch it in one day. but then again, if it is needing a patch I doubt Pioneer would patch it in to my receiver as well so... Still trying to find a way to get Dolby Vision content streamed to me from Netflix without buying an apple or amazon device. Looks like Xbox may be my only option. (Wish Roku would update their stuff)

Yep, all parts of the signal chain would need to comply. Your display is newer than mine, so it is possible that they could update it? Don't know how Sony feels about such things though. I definitely ain't loosing sleep over HDR10+ (or even Dolby Vision for that matter). I'm waiting for 16K displays with HDR 2000+++........
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Yep, all parts of the signal chain would need to comply. Your display is newer than mine, so it is possible that they could update it? Don't know how Sony feels about such things though. I definitely ain't loosing sleep over HDR10+ (or even Dolby Vision for that matter). I'm waiting for 16K displays with HDR 2000+++........
Right on! Ya, I just got this TV and I think I am unnecessarily loosing sleep over HDR10 VS. Dolby Vision. I've got a Roku Ultra and it is driving me nuts that it doesn't support Dolby Vision. While it supports Atmos, not in Netflix. I'd buy an Xbox if they supported PSVUE. I think the only viable option for me at the moment is Apple TV. I see the new Fire Stick 4K came out today, however I try to avoid Fire Sticks (personal opinion). Lastly, I'd go PS4 Pro but from what I understand, it also doesnt support much due to hardware limitations.
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Thanks for the kind reply, Bryn.Appreciate if you could kindly help with a few more novice questions:


1. Are there non-HDR 4k discs? Or are all 4k discs HDR?
2. What are the different versions of HDR? What's the difference?


Many thanks and best regards,
yes there are some non HDR, UHD BDs. I own some.

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Ref hdr10+ which I'm still learning.I have the Sony A1e would HDR10+ be possibly expected.

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Ref hdr10+ which I'm still learning.I have the Sony A1e would HDR10+ be possibly expected.
Not likely for HDR10+. Since Sony has embraced Dolby Vision, HLG, and HDR10 and stayed away from HDR10+.

But I guess you never know. But I wouldn't count on it.

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