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Did Sony start supporting Dolby Vision? I don’t really expect PS5 to support since they aren’t talking about any standards that aren’t free, but if you think you’ll eventually get an XSX it would be better getting the LG w/ all features supported.
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Definitely check the specs to see if that 2.1 is the full spec and the full bandwidth. From what I've seen a lot of the current TVs advertised as 2.1 aren't fully compliant. But I don't suppose it would matter much as most of the features left out are 8K related stuff.

For me the features I'll be looking for on my next TV will be Auto Low Latency Mode, Variable Refresh Rate and eARC since I don't have an HDMI 2.1 receiver but I do have one that supports eARC so at least I can still get HD audio when plugged directly in to the TV.
Am not sure about eARC, but the 900H Sony I saw does have ALLM & VRR.
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Have a question ?

In your shoes given these restraints which would you pick?

A) PS5 & a new Sony 4K TV
B) PS5 & Xbox Series X (no TV)
You already know I'm gonna tell you option A.
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Old Today, 02:29 AM   #7124
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Did Sony start supporting Dolby Vision? I don’t really expect PS5 to support since they aren’t talking about any standards that aren’t free, but if you think you’ll eventually get an XSX it would be better getting the LG w/ all features supported.
In regards to their Televisions? Uhm, yes they have for a while now.
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Depends, what would you be replacing? Why Sony? Consider a maybe a new LG with all the fancy HDMI 2.1 gaming features (note that LGs new TVs are NOT full HDMI 2.1 compliant, they lack the full bandwidth to allow it to use all features of the HDMI 2.1 spec but it has all the ones that matter for gaming, the newest is even G-Sync enabled.)

If the TV is still up to snuff go with the 2 consoles.

If it was me personally I'd be looking at getting a new LG to go with the PS5.
I don't have an issue with LG as they have nice panels just like Sony's. They do have the nice G-Sync feature that I wish more companies would adopt. The biggest turn off for me on LGs is the WebOS they use, I am not a fan of it all. I'm fairly deep into the Android/Google ecosystem & Android TV just works for me. Plus I have been a Sony supporter for decades when it comes to TVs, that's just me though. LG is a great panel regardless.
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I have a Sony UHD player which can output Dolbyvision, but it's really clunky. You have to go into the settings menu and switch it on, but doing so means everything output from the player will have the DV tag, so your tv will flick to DV mode regardless of whether the content is actually in DolbyVision.

It's a poor implementation and I rarely use it. I really hope the PS5 will support all the current standards (though does anyone really care about HDR10+)

If the digital version supports all the big streaming sites with 4K, HDR/HLG//DV as well as Atmos I will be very happy. Especially if it runs quietly.

If the Disc version proves to be a better all round player than my Sony X700, then I'd consider a switch (as long as you have the option to disable all notifications when watching a disc!)

I have an LG tv, WebOS is great! So simple to use. But I've never used Android tv so I can't compare.
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