- Sep 11, 2013
Fire away....what’s best, what do you recommend. Good, bad, drop all your hot, steamy info here.
I’m probably not updgrading for a year or so. Obvoiusly these will be cheaper by then, so should I just keep an eye on these? Obviously there will be newer ones by then, but these should be plenty, right?Wattage and the Elite is a class D3 AVR.
Atmos and DTS X use many channels.
My fav is the Elite but you can't go wrong with any of the 3 in sound or features.
I was thinking more for movies. I guess I mean will it become an industry standard at some point...? Or is this like a ‘super high end fringe’ type of thing?When something has the power to run it.
1080 ti can't run modern games 4K 120 fps nor will next gen consoles.
Movies run @ 24hz.
1440p/120hz the X supports now which is nice.I coulda swore someone posted in a video, here on union, about the Xbox One X supporting it later... it’s supposed to support freesync at 120 hz
That's the receiver I have and it has been great for years. 0 issues. I also recommend Yamaha receivers as I had one before the Pioneer and that was great too before I sold it.I recommend Pioneer,Denon|Marantz and Sony.
My personal fav being Pioneer especially the Elite series.
Currently own a Elite SC x701 which has 4K/60/HDR/Dolby Vision Atmos and DTS X.
Don't wanna spend Elite money? I recommened the Pioneer VSX-1131 which does everything above at a much lower price.
Yes. Firmware update in the end of summer will allow Dolby vision but I don't have a TV that accepts that so its a moot point. HDR 10 and 4k full pass-through right now though.So you are doing passthrough for PS Pro and Xbox One X and retaining all the features including HDR and 4K?
https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnar...ate-things-just-got-even-better/#256cf1bf3566Could be, maybe I read something that was incomplete or I'm confusing the UHD Blu ray with Netflix lol