Clarity needed for Dolby Vision (DV) Devices for non-DV TV's
Devices like ATV4K and AFTV 4K (2018 model) that support Dolby Vision (DV) content, require the TV to have native DV support. However, in discussing with a representative from Panasonic their DP-UB820-K player HCX processor allows DV content on TV's without native DV support.
A follow-up question I asked was "Aside from UHD Blu-ray discs that have DV content, provided I use the streaming apps within Panasonic's player, will I be able to view DV streaming content as well? (e.g. Altered Carbon) "The answer was yes.
Does this appear skeptical to anyone, or is it accurate? I need clarity on the HDR requirements for content.
The narratives on the internet are July 2018 or older, which precede the launch of Panasonic's player. One would think this is all true, then all the editors would be writing an article "Have a 4K TV, but no DV support? spend $500 and this solves your problem"
This doesn't necessarily affect me because my TV natively supports DV, but if same logic is applied, I would be able to review HDR10+ content in addition to DV content.
TV: LG 55" OLED (OLED55C8PUA)
AVR = Denon AVR-1200W
Console: PS4 Pro
Other: nVidia Shield TV (2017)
Last edited by domerdel81; 11-01-2018 at 12:08 PM.