22-03-2022 11:46 AM in
Not big deal,you still get hdr10+ its the same hdr as dolby vision,cant wait for QD oled,quantum dot layer added on oled display,2 in 1,plus up to 1500 nits of brightness and no screen burn i hope,well done samsung
01-04-2022 05:12 PM in
Except you have to have HDR10+ content to enjoy HDR10+, you can't just play Dolby Vision content using the HDR10+ option as they're not compatible formats.
If Samsung don't want to include Dolby Vision support by default then they should at least give an avenue for their customers to purchase a license through the TV.
If Samsung can get studios to use HDR10+ then great, but that doesn't change the fact that Dolby Vision content still exists and people who purchase their TVs aren't benefiting from it.
04-05-2022 11:46 AM in
Because they are not stupid and they will not support something and pay what was copied from them and just changed title name and added more saturation to the profile.
There is no benefit or lack Samsung has its own same original HDR which they don't have to pay fake usa licences to themselves... Simple
04-05-2022 01:14 PM in
@Peto Pedro wrote:
Because they are not stupid and they will not support something and pay what was copied from them
Care to explain Dolby Vision's time travelling ability given that HDR10+ arrived several years after DV?
21-11-2022 02:46 PM in
Totally agree. I would pay for the license. I cant believe I just bought a new 85" QN90BD and I only realized this when I went to play a DV video.
I've been buying Samsung TV's for 15 years now. This is the last one. Extremely disappointed. Will never recommend to friends and relatives.
21-11-2022 06:11 PM - last edited 21-11-2022 06:14 PM
OK no problem :DDDDDDDDDD
you been deluded by forums.. like what you even lost really.. naive person
Btw you purchased wrong model .. you supposed to buy this amazing model... https://youtu.be/XHx8cuODO_c