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Reference
Advanced Settings
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
hColour Mode
This setting is for selecting colour-space
conversion of the image signal.
hDeep Colour Output
Set the output method to be used when this unit is
connected to a TV that supports Deep Colour.
[UB320]
hHDR (High Dynamic Range) Output
Output images in HDR (High Dynamic Range) format
depending on the content and connected device.
[UB420]
hHDR/Colour Gamut Output
Set the output type for HDR (High Dynamic
Range) material.
[UB420]
hSDR/HDR Conv. (Network Service)
When Network Service content is played back,
this converts SDR (Standard Dynamic Range)
content to HDR signals to minimise the screen
distortion that occurs when the displayed
content changes.
hHLG / PQ Conversion
Set whether or not to convert HDR (High Dynamic
Range) videos in HLG format to PQ format before
outputting them when this unit is connected to a
TV that supports only HDR (PQ) format.
[UB420] When “HDR/Colour Gamut Output” is
set to other than “HDR/BT.2020 (Auto)”, this
setting is disabled.
[UB320] When “HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Output” is set to “Off”, this setting is disabled.
[UB420]
hHDR TV Type
Set the type of the connected HDR-compatible
TV. The operation of “HDR Optimiser” in the
“Picture Settings” is optimised based on this
setting. (>27)
hHDCP Output Setting
If you connect to a TV that does not support
HDCP2.2 via an amplifier or speaker, some
images may be displayed as black screens. In
that case, select “HDCP1.4 Limit”.
hContents Type Flag
Depending on the playback content, the TV will
output adjusting to the optimal method when a
TV that supports this function is connected.
[UB420]
hAudio Output
This setting selects whether or not to output
audio from HDMI.
To enjoy audio with the HDMI terminal, select
“On”. To enjoy audio with the OPTICAL
terminal, select “Off”. Audio will not be output
from the HDMI terminal regardless of the
settings for “HDMI(VIDEO) Output Mode” and
“HDMI(AUDIO) Output Mode”.
[UB420]
h7.1ch Audio Reformatting
Surround sound with 6.1ch or less is automatically
expanded and played back at 7.1ch.
If “Off” is selected, sound is played over the
original number of channels. (Note that in the
case of 6.1ch audio, playback will be at 5.1ch.)
Audio reformatting is enabled in the following
cases:
When you have selected “PCM” in “Digital
Audio Output”.
When the audio is Dolby Digital, Dolby
Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD or LPCM.
BD-Video playback
*1 It displays images at the highest resolution available on
your TV.
*2 A high resolution image/display technology of
approximately 4000 (width) k 2000 (height) pixels.
*3 A progressive image recorded at a rate of 24 frames per
second (motion-picture film). Many BD-Video movie
contents are recorded in 24 frames/second in accordance
with the film materials.
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