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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #255 on: August 14, 2019, 07:46 »
"I have some Planet Earth II rips using MakeMKV with 1:1 rips and I have a hard time differentiating the PQ between a ripped version and a disc version. The difference if any is almost negligible especially if the display (OLED TV or Projector) is the one doing the upscaling and video processing work from the content itself. "

Desray, I read your reply in the thread on 4k disc vs streaming.
Between the zappiti, LG Oled tv (E6), and marantz SR7010 AVR, is the tv still the best for doing the video processing and up scaling? Given that the the avr and tv are both older models...
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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #256 on: August 31, 2019, 20:53 »
Just tested the zappiti, must says it’s got the best picture quality I’ve seen so far for media player, very good indeed. Plays bdmv and HDR10 great even though the tv is non HDR

Text is crisp and sharp, good media player. Interface a bit cumbersome , but video is good !!

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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #257 on: August 31, 2019, 21:46 »
Just tested the zappiti, must says it’s got the best picture quality I’ve seen so far for media player, very good indeed. Plays bdmv and HDR10 great even though the tv is non HDR

Text is crisp and sharp, good media player. Interface a bit cumbersome , but video is good !!

Glad you like it...

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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #258 on: September 01, 2019, 09:51 »
Just tested the zappiti, must says it’s got the best picture quality I’ve seen so far for media player, very good indeed. Plays bdmv and HDR10 great even though the tv is non HDR

Text is crisp and sharp, good media player. Interface a bit cumbersome , but video is good !!

Absolutely agreed if you looking for best picture quality from media player then look no further. Of course the price is well reflected on the performance too.

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« Reply #259 on: September 14, 2019, 14:13 »
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« Reply #260 on: September 14, 2019, 18:51 »
http://xx3sv.mjt.lu/nl2/xx3sv/5y6xs.html


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Redundant feature to say the least. Serious calibration should always do it on the display itself rather than the player. But it’s good to see the collaboration between ISF and Zappiti.


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« Reply #261 on: September 14, 2019, 18:56 »
Redundant feature to say the least. Serious calibration should always do it on the display itself rather than the player. But it’s good to see the collaboration between ISF and Zappiti.


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Can sell at higher price?


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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #262 on: September 14, 2019, 18:59 »
Can sell at higher price?


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Zappiti strength lies with its superior upscaling algorithm compared to other MIC media players like Zidoo and Egreat. ISF certification will help to propel its marketing efforts to push its superior 2K/4K imagery. I’ll say it is a wise move by the french. Knowing their product strength and capitalise on it.



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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #263 on: September 22, 2019, 19:13 »
Has anyone tried the Infuse Pro 6 UHD-ISO playback on the Apple TV 4K?  How the playback quality compared to the Zappiti?
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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #264 on: September 22, 2019, 21:08 »
IIRC Infuse does not allow Atmos or DTS X pass through.


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Re: Zappiti one 4k hdr media player
« Reply #265 on: September 22, 2019, 22:05 »
Just enjoy the PQ much nicer when I bump it up with LPS.


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Bro was wondering if 9v 1.8a ifi power can work. If not, please recommend the lps u use.

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« Reply #266 on: September 22, 2019, 22:46 »
Bro was wondering if 9v 1.8a ifi power can work. If not, please recommend the lps u use.
You can try whether iFi works in your case. If it does not power down means it probably works after a period of usage, you are good to go though I prefer to stick to the recommenced voltage, higher A is fine. If you have fitted a hdd in the media player, chances could be on the low side for iFi.

I have tried a couple of LPS; Jay Audio, Sound Affairs Elementa & Elite, Teddy Pardo & Sotm SPS-500, they are 12v with minimum 2A. Any of them will yield a better picture quality so I leave you to decide based on your budget. I do have iFi 12v but it not with me now so I can’t comment if it works.

The differences between them are mainly in the type of sounding and I prefer to take that out of context and discussion re the quality of sound as not all may agree with me. I have the luxury to try due to my music system. Have fun!


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