It was a really good 1080P up-converted to 4K, but it still just 1080P.
I have a Yamaha 5200 pre-pro and it has a really nice feature on it called AI that really makes regular DD shine, I had music only coming out of my Atmos speakers, commentators confined to the Center, game noise from the Fronts and crowd noise from the rear sides.I’m not sure if it’s my newly-setup Denon or the DD5.1 audio feed from Dish but my surround channels sounds hotter than the front & center channels, especially during commercials. But the commentators are getting drowned-out by the crowd noise During the actual gameplay. I didn’t observe this during the earlier SD State vs. Utah State game.
This is on 540-04, and it doesn’t appear to be any better on 540-01.
How long this year has Dish offered 4k HDR versions of football on 540-04. Is the HDR for NFL games only or college games too?
It just started last week, NFL and college. It is in a test phase and that is why it is not listed in the guide. Last nights NFL game looked much better. I think they have it down now. We might see something in the guide next week.How long this year has Dish offered 4k HDR versions of football on 540-04. Is the HDR for NFL games only or college games too?
Nothing is ever in my guide for the 540-04 channel since the Olympics. I do have a 4k test pattern and surround sound test that loops 24/7 on the 540-04 channel.
They are showing some test footage of the Oklahoma St vs Iowa St game on -04 right now and it looks very good.
I just tested that on my 4K Joey. Unfortunately neither HDR channel, -02 or -04, is in the guide. I foresee some issue there because the game doesn’t appear to be on -01 so 4K Joey users will lose the game in 4K. I know the 4K Joey has the capability to show HDR as witnessed with the Amazon Prime app.I agree. The picture and colors look great. It looks like Dish has finally got it right. I am curious if customers can view 540-02 using a 4K Joey. In the past 4K Joeys could not view HDR broadcasts such as the Olympics.