Discussion in 'HDD Media player(RTD 1619DR)' started by Markswift2003, Mar 18, 2021.
No, no need for a custom EDID.
I thought so too. So it's not even turned on Thank you!
I have a Epson LS10000 Projektor and i search for the best Edit have everyone this combination and can tell me the best settings for this Projektor
I don't understand much about EDIDs.
Do you think it would be useful to save and send you the EDID of my TV to tell me if everything looks good?
Of course - I'm sure it's fine, but I'm happy to have a look...
To be sure it's correct, make sure the Zidoo is directly connected to the TV.
Thanks you so much Mark
I will send you this tomorrow morning (local time)
For the uninitiated, while still catching up on the thread, can I check what's the best option for a LG CX Oled?
I'm using this currently.
Zidoo z9x is connected to a Denon 3600 AVR then to LG CX...
Custom EDID turn off
HDR option set to VS10 for DV content only
HDR deep color ON
Like to hear your opinion. Anything missing and why not using the alternate option eg player led.
Many thanks in advance...
Sony TV 55xh9505, настройки которого вы рекомендуете на zidoo z9x. Is it necessary to change something with edid? Thank you in advance!
I assume when you say "HDR deep color ON" you mean Colour Settings/Deep Colour compatibility mode?
In which case that should be off.
I'd also Set HDR to "Auto" - there's no reason to use "VS10 for DV content only" since your TV is DV
Check my recommendations here:
And yeah, stick with TV Led - no need to use Player Led with your TV (I'm not even 100% sure it supports Player Led - depends on the year with LGs)
Good morning Mark,
Here is my EDID (Zidoo is directly connected to the TV)
Got it Olivier,
I can see it's a 2019 Sony - which model is it?
And what would you like to know?
If it's possible to tell me if you see anything abnormal that would be due to bad choices of settings with my TV and my Zidoo ?
I have the possibility to use the settings recommended by D-Nice for the A9G without calibration, I don't know if this would have changed anything to the EDID
No, there's nothing unusual there at all. It supports full HDMI 2 video (18GBps, 600MHz signals) and Dolby Vision (LLDV only).
Nothing abnormal as you'd expect from Sony.
Full report is attached, including decoding the Dolby block.
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