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post Jan 1 2021, 12:57 PM

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QUOTE(sicklad77 @ Dec 24 2020, 10:03 PM)
Im torn between,
x900h 65” = 6100rm
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Samsung x80t 55” = 5700rm
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I owned x9000h and a ps5. Reason for me to buy it due to price, during 11.11 the 65inc was at 5.9k at Queensbay mall Penang. Another reason is it support Dolby vision which I enjoy it with my netflix drama and movies that supported it. It also have, 2 hdmi 2.1 ports. So far it performed really well at my living room which is bright. Pic showed COD at 120hz 4k output. Bonus for me and important aspect maybe some may not consider. Sony Android you can install Stremio by loading it via USB and install with an app available with the TV. Download Stremio apk from the web, load it in USB. The TV cpu is powerful as Stremio felt like part of the tv. Smooth and no lag with the remote.

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post Jan 1 2021, 02:18 PM

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QUOTE(tracktion3 @ Jan 1 2021, 12:57 PM)
I owned x9000h and a ps5. Reason for me to buy it due to price, during 11.11 the 65inc was at 5.9k at Queensbay mall Penang. Another reason is it support Dolby vision which I enjoy it with my netflix drama and movies that supported it. It also have, 2 hdmi 2.1 ports. So far it performed really well at my living room which is bright. Pic showed COD at 120hz 4k output. Bonus for me and  important aspect maybe some may not consider. Sony Android you can install Stremio by loading it via USB and install with an app available with the TV. Download Stremio apk from the web, load it in USB. The TV cpu is powerful as Stremio felt like part of the tv. Smooth and no lag with the remote.

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How is the performance of HDR or dolby vision for movies bro? Good brightness? and also is hbo go app available for the tv?
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post Jan 1 2021, 03:14 PM

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QUOTE(perky @ Jan 1 2021, 02:18 PM)
How is the performance of HDR or dolby vision for movies bro? Good brightness? and also is hbo go app available for the tv?
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Dolby vision in netflix will let you choose bright or dark version. So both are nice depending on what time I'm watching the tv morning or night.
I don't have a 4K dolby vision blue ray disc yet but plan to get some. I play my old blu-ray disc and it perform fast. Ps5 can bitstream content to the tv. The tv did a good job as mentioned by hdtvtest here.


And yes. HBO Go is available for download. I dont have an account so didn't try it.

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post Jan 1 2021, 04:37 PM

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QUOTE(perky @ Jan 1 2021, 02:18 PM)
How is the performance of HDR or dolby vision for movies bro? Good brightness? and also is hbo go app available for the tv?
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Its an Android TV, so basically most Android-TV based apps are available for the x90H.

You can also sideload HBO Max app, which I am currently using.
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post Jan 1 2021, 08:43 PM

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QUOTE(tracktion3 @ Jan 1 2021, 03:14 PM)
Dolby vision in netflix will let you choose bright or dark version. So both are nice depending on what time I'm watching the tv morning or night.
I don't have a 4K dolby vision blue ray disc yet but plan to get some. I play my old blu-ray disc and it perform fast. Ps5 can bitstream content to the tv. The tv did a good job as mentioned by hdtvtest here.


And yes. HBO Go is available for download. I dont have an account so didn't try it.

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QUOTE(andrewtho @ Jan 1 2021, 04:37 PM)
Its an Android TV, so basically most Android-TV based apps are available for the x90H.

You can also sideload HBO Max app, which I am currently using.
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Thank you so much for the infos bros. I am considering to get the x90 then I saw on Sony's fb page that they are going to announce new bravia tv announcement which will be on the 8th of January 2020
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post Jan 4 2021, 12:43 PM

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He got a point, maybe good idea to grab those offers for 2020 model now.
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post Jan 4 2021, 12:58 PM

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post Jan 4 2021, 09:18 PM

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Samsung 2020 TVs
Report: HDMI 2.1 bug prevents 4K120+HDR from PS5 on Samsung TVs
04 Jan 2021 | Rasmus Larsen | 5 Comments
Samsung's high-end 2020 LCD TVs are currently unable to play 4K120 with HDR from PlayStation 5 over HDMI 2.1, according to owners and a report by Forbes.

Affects Samsung 4K & 8K TVs
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are the first consoles with HDMI 2.1 and it has not exactly been smooth sailing. The latest reported issue is related to PS5 connected to Samsung's high-end 2020 TVs, which are also the company's first TVs with HDMI 2.1.

- "... neither Samsung’s premium 2020 4K TVs - the Q70T, Q80T, Q85T, Q90T or Q95T - nor the brand’s Q900R and Q950T 8K TVs, appear to be able to live up to their promise of playing 4K resolution at 120Hz frame rates from a PS5 while also delivering HDR. Even though the same TVs CAN, as expected, play 4K 120Hz HDR from the Xbox Series X," reports Forbes.

It effectively means that owners of PS5 and a 2020 Samsung TV are forced to play in either 4K60 with HDR or 4K120 with SDR, even though 4K120 with HDR should be supported. PS5's 4K120 HDR output works correctly with other HDMI 2.1-enabled TVs, including LG's TVs. Samsung's TVs also work correctly with 4K120+HDR from Xbox Series X.


PS5 and 120Hz

PS5 SUPPORTS 4K120 + HDR BUT IT IS NOT CURRENTLY WORKING ON SAMSUNG TVS

The issue is being discussed on various forums including the Samsung's community board. It is unclear what the cause of the issue is but it appears to be a bug related to HDMI 2.1 – either on the console or in the TVs.

Also read: First HDMI 2.1 receivers reportedly have faulty HDMI 2.1 chip

To engage 120fps output on PlayStation 5 you must select the game's 'performance mode'. Only a handful of games support 120fps output at this time. An in-depth evaluation can be found in FlatpanelsHD's PlayStation 5 review.

Neither Samsung nor Sony PlayStation have commented on the issue.

- Source: Forbes, Samsung Community (2)

https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subac...l&id=1609743966

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post Jan 5 2021, 01:14 PM

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QUOTE(tracktion3 @ Jan 4 2021, 12:43 PM)


He got a point, maybe good idea to grab those offers for 2020 model now.
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I am sorry , what was his point again ?




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post Jan 9 2021, 12:04 PM

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Anyone know where I can buy the LG OLED 48 CX PUB from?
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post Jan 9 2021, 12:58 PM

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Is lg b8 tv good enough?
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post Jan 9 2021, 08:00 PM

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With new TV announced in CES this year, I think 2020 models strated on sale already. This one below is an example from Penang Sony Queensbay mall.

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post Jan 10 2021, 09:29 AM

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Bad news.....X90H may not support VRR and ALLM

But Sony Malaysia site still showing it....so maybe Sony will comment later...

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post Jan 13 2021, 08:03 AM

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QUOTE(tracktion3 @ Jan 10 2021, 09:29 AM)


Bad news.....X90H may not support VRR and ALLM

But Sony Malaysia site still showing it....so maybe Sony will comment later...

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After all the FOMO...ha ha ha VRR is back... No reason for them to cancel actually. Kinda stupid if they did.


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post Jan 13 2021, 01:12 PM

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So let me get this straight .

At first he was the first one who make a huge deal out of it when Sony has officially confirmed nothing .
Now , seeing that these malicious rumors are coming back to bite his backside , he made another video to " clarify " on the matter .



None of any respectable figure I know within the industry can ever confirm what he say .
Not rtings , not HDTVtest from any region , not AVforums , not AVsforums , not flatHDpanel .



Yet we have fools who are still watching his videos , cursing and swearing at Sony since the past few days .


Another proof people on the internet lack brain memory cells .

Did we not remember how many apology videos he had to make when he claimed Hisense H9G has better picture quality than OLED TVs ?
Or was it that time where he claimed all Netflix videos are " FAKE HDR " ?

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post Jan 13 2021, 03:55 PM

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QUOTE(Convael @ Jan 13 2021, 01:12 PM)
So let me get this straight .

At first he was the first one who make a huge deal out of it when Sony has officially confirmed nothing .
Now , seeing that these malicious rumors are coming back to bite his backside , he made another video to " clarify " on the matter .
None of any respectable figure I know within the industry can ever confirm what he say .
Not rtings , not HDTVtest from any region , not AVforums , not AVsforums , not flatHDpanel .
Yet we have fools who are still watching his videos , cursing and swearing at Sony since the past few days .
Another proof people on the internet lack brain memory cells .

Did we not remember how many apology videos he had to make when he claimed Hisense H9G has better picture quality than OLED TVs  ?
Or was it that time where he claimed all Netflix videos are " FAKE HDR " ?
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Agreed. But it is a very effective click bate. I was also waiting for HDTVTest to comment and so far nothing.

I bought the tv with hope VRR to be enabled so now feels much better 😂

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post Jan 13 2021, 11:04 PM

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Finally update from HDTV TEST......fewww felt even better now...


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Any thoughts/review on benq ew3270u? was eyeing on that as i just gotten my ps5 yesterday. Any other suggestion perhaps by a budget of <2k

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