4K update news for the Sony X900
No 4K 60p at 4:4:4 how ever my VG248QE monitors are only 6 Bit!!!! So Ill still be happy with 8 Bit 4k @ 60Hz!!!
Also this set has no banding and looks amazing. Just waiting on AMD to release there update for the R9 290X!!!
The update added support for:
3840x2160 (59.94/60Hz), YUV 4:2:0, 8 bit
4096x2160 (59.94/60Hz), YUV 4:2:0, 8 bit
In normal circumstances, You patronize Sony products, Thank you very much. 4K compatible BRAVIA LCD TV X9200A / X8500A targeting series, November 27, 2013 (Wednesday) from, and network download, the update for the 4K/60p ※ 1 signal transmission corresponding 2.0-compliant standard HDMI latest version of HDMI I will start by ※ 2 update by USB memory. Target products KD-65X9200A / 55X9200A / 65X8500A / 55X8500A [feature added by the update] the latest standard version 2.0 of HDMI, corresponding to the signal transmission of 4K/60p ※ 1, which is standardized new, 4K of future You can be done in connection with a single HDMI cable from compatible devices, input of 60p ※ 1 content is assumed broadcast, or 4K delivery service, the playback. Thus, it is possible to display at 60 frames per second video 4K resolution is possible, for example, content fast-moving sports scene reflects more smoothly, realism than ever in quality of 4K You can enjoy with. Input terminals of all of HDMI1 ~ 4 will be 4K/60p ※ 1 signal corresponding update later. [How to update] it is planned to update ※ 2 via USB memory and network download. BRAVIA LCD TV home page in the "body update information", for more information, is expected to post at Wednesday 15 November 27, 2013. "Body update information" here As for 4K/60p ※ 1 signal transmission corresponding HDMI 2.0-compliant version of "KD-84X9000", is expected to guide you during the month of December 2013. ※ 4,096 × 2,160 pixels vertical one horizontal 3,840 × 2,160 pixels vertically (59.94/60Hz) YUV 4:2:0 8bit, horizontal (59.94/60Hz) YUV 4:2:0 8-bit ※ 2 broadcast download is scheduled for later implementation You
Edited by hatlesschimp - 11/25/13 at 10:24pm