All you need to know about RTD1619BPD and RTD1619DR based players

Discussion in 'HDD Media player(RTD 1619DR)' started by Nice Monkey, Aug 17, 2020.

  1. Nicholas Hewitt

    Nicholas Hewitt Active Member

    The power downgrade is Pathetic!!! I definatly will not be buying these models. They just shoot themselves in the foot with that horrible decision. Who in there right mind thinks less power on a upgraded machine is logical? Sorry but my Z9x Is better cause I can connect all my hard drives to it. "Let's give them less and charge more" Duh!
  2. Markswift2003

    Markswift2003 Well-Known Member SUPER Administrator Beta test group Contributor

    Really have no idea what you're on about, but it's nice you're being more positive than usual.
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  3. DonnieYen

    DonnieYen Member

    can you provide me the picture of the power supply in this link?
  4. Trond H. Bergli

    Trond H. Bergli New Member

    Have a Z1000 Pro. Have a lot of multichannel albums ripped to flac. Don't seems like gapless playback works with flac. Tried with a album converted to dsd and gapless worked fine with this. Is this a problem with Z1000 because gapless works fine with flac on my Panasonic Blu-ray player.
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2023
  5. Pete B

    Pete B Member

    I have the Z9X and it won't play 4.0/5.1 FLAC gaplessly. Stereo FLAC/dsf and 4.0/5.1 dsf all play gaplessly though.
  6. Trond H. Bergli

    Trond H. Bergli New Member

    Same experience her + wav 5.1 not gapless playback. Have you tried DTS-CD's? I hear a couple of clicks between tracks.
  7. Pete B

    Pete B Member

    I don't have any DTS-CDs but have noticed faint clicks at the start of some dsf's that I've backed up from SACD. Nothing too distracting though and not something that has you wondering if your speakers will pop a cog.
  8. Nice Monkey

    Nice Monkey Well-Known Member Beta test group

    I always play the native SACD in ISO (a lot smaller that way too). Have a very few albums just in DSF/DFF.
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  9. Zidixx

    Zidixx Member

    Das kann ich nicht bestätigen, habe selber einen Z9X, einen Panasonic UB824 und einen Oppo. Der Oppo stellt das DV-Bild, am kontrastreichsten und schärfsten, dar. Der Panasonic macht auch ein sehr gutes DV-Bild mit tollen Farben. Beim Z9X sieht mir das DV-Bild zu, übertrieben gesagt, zu verwaschen aus, als wenn das letzte Quäntchen Kontrast und Schärfe fehlt. Bei HDR-Bildern fallen die Unterschiede, bei allen Playern, nicht so gravierend aus, da machen alle einen guten Job. Aber der Oppo macht das Bild einfach schärfer und plastischer. Aber jeder das Seine, zB der Zidoo ist ein Allrounder und hat deshalb auch seine Vorzüge.
  10. detroit1

    detroit1 New Member

    For those who have tried the UHD-5000 , what have you found in comparing it to the UHD 3000 which I have now, which does NOT play 4K 60 files unless they are HEVC, the video will stutter and audio out of sync. otherwise a nice player

    If the model 5000 could play 4K 60 files of all kind, I would be interested in it
  11. V.Florin

    V.Florin New Member

    Hello, can you support me and write how you connect everything?
    I want to sync lights too
  12. Johnwoto

    Johnwoto Active Member

    Hey Guys

    I Have a Z1000Pro wondering if its worth upgrading to the Z2000Pro ? sorry if this has been asked here had a look around but cant find that specific question
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  13. SpykeSIK

    SpykeSIK New Member


    Is there any advantages in VS10 engine on Zidoo Z9X Pro over base Z9X? Will I get better picture with DV/HDR -> SDR tone mapping or SDR/HDR -> LLDV on new model?

    I have a Nvidia Shield 2019 with a JVC DLA-X5900 and HDFury Diva right now.
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  14. 5levels

    5levels New Member

    I own a Zidoo Z1000 pro and I have a couple questions:
    • is it worth upgrading to the new Zidoo Z2000 pro?
    • Did these hardware upgrades make the navigations faster and is it better in terms of picture quality and 4K upscaling?
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  15. Johnwoto

    Johnwoto Active Member

    That's a question that I've asked - I'm wondering the same is it worth upgrading
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  16. Nice Monkey

    Nice Monkey Well-Known Member Beta test group

    Only if you are looking for one of the new features like AV1 display.
    I would not buy an old model anymore but keep my money in the pocket for something really new.

    I my perception the new models were introduced to keep the competition at a distance.
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2023
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  17. Visconti12

    Visconti12 Active Member

    I fully agree with your perception and the upgrade won't make any appreciable difference!!
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  18. ulysse31

    ulysse31 New Member

    Good morning,

    I own the neo s and the 5000 recently.
    For the moment I cannot compare them because I am abroad.

    If I compare the video part, we could say that it is the same except that the 5000 seems to go further because of the new thumb.

    But it's the audio part that interests me.
    I compared the neo s and 5000 audio characteristics. It seems to me, I'm not an expert, that apart from the double dac, the xlr and rca data seem better on the 5000 than on the neo s. Besides, I wonder if a double dac 9068 and a single dac, the difference is really audible.

    So, I said to myself that given the price difference, wouldn't it be more interesting to take the 5000 and add a slms 9039ms pro dac or akm 4999 dac (slms ex or es) for the stereo.

    What do you think?

  19. cucnz

    cucnz Active Member

    wouldnt you be better just getting the eversolo dmp a6 or the even better a8

    Thatll give you an excellent DAC with ability to play MCH dsd
  20. Lige

    Lige New Member

    Could anyone explain me why
    hevc main10@L5 yuv420 10bits bt2020 is perfectly played on z1000pro but
    avc high10@L4.1 cabac yuv420 10bits is absolutely not?

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