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Pioneer UDP-LX500 v Panasonic DP-UB9000

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1 hour ago, Hi-Fi Whipped said:

Pretty sure the pioneer has two hdmi outs so you can send Audio through the av receiver you have and video straight to the display if needed on uhd discs.

 

the pioneer also has a built in dac you could use an audio streamer with if desired

 

pqls jitter free audio between the pioneer player and receiver you have is a nice to have also.

That's good news, thanks

Im pretty sure that's how I had my CA 751 connected

 

 

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Universal powersupply too. Nice.

 

I have seen a number of posts on avsforum on layer change delays on 100GB UHDs. Anyone else gotten that?  There is a new firmware that may fix it, but early days

 

I don't have one of these.

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5 hours ago, Brad24 said:

That's good news, thanks

Im pretty sure that's how I had my CA 751 connected

 

 

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Unfortunate thing with using dual hdmi is it also opens up to chance of lip synch as audio and video processed differently in different devices at different rates. With large volumes of data with uhd this is even more issue.

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You know what this means don't you ?? ; compulsory upgrading of your display for UHD :) And buying a few sacd's and dvd-a's B)

Congrats ; pioneer have some nice proprietary engineering and they always avoid oem parts if they can :thumb:

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So far pretty impressed with my new purchase

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On 16/03/2019 at 2:19 PM, Brad24 said:

So far pretty impressed with my new purchase

Does anyone with the unit know what subtitle options there are? The Panasonic allows position and luminance adjustment, although not mentioned in the manual. What options are available on the Pioneer?

Thanks

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