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Old 09-23-2021, 08:09 PM   #8821
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No, it's a limitation of the TV. Your TV can only tone map so much before it blows out the highlights. This is why the HDR Optimizer is key. It helps take care of the things your TV can't tone map properly.
I will say that with my new A80j it doesn't need much of the optimizer even for high nit movies compared to my old E6 oled.
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I will say that with my new A80j it doesn't need much of the optimizer even for high nit movies compared to my old E6 oled.
I agree. I leave it off with my A90J. With my E6 it has to be on.
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I will say that with my new A80j it doesn't need much of the optimizer even for high nit movies compared to my old E6 oled.
Sony seems to have figured out (not 100% but close) how to tone map without blowing out highlights. It also sounds like the A80J and A90J exceed the 1,500 nit tone mapping that the Optimizer would limit so it would make sense to turn it off. My LG C9 seems to tone map pretty close to 1,500 nit content but seems to fall short on it at times, which is why I have it on Super High Luminance.
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