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The X1000ES is built to a higher standard, which includes a 3 year warranty. It is also has two way Crestron and Control4 support. Hopefully because of its significantly higher price point, it offers built in HDR stripping and is upgradeable to Dolby Vision. We shall see.
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Higher standard? Warranty? Lol, thats about like Pioneer throwing Elite on something they sell in a lower tier and calling it better.

I'm sure some of the control features will be useful, but I highly doubt Sony will bring DV to one model and not the other (The 800 can do DV too if they chose to add it). I also am not sure why people seem convinced these manufacturers are going to spend time on HDR Strip. SDR 709 is likely all you will get.

My interest is strictly from a PQ standpoint, or if it offers more advanced features when it comes to disc playback. A X800 frame with ES stuck on the front and a few added features is not going to be worth a large upgrade. So far it looks like the standard deal of "make it hard to get and it seems more valuable".

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Despite the fact that a fair amount of Elite 09 owners had problems with the laser assembly, my Elite 09 has never failed and is still in my rack running perfectly. In addition, I have never had a Sony ES product or XBR product break on me. Yes, I have had a bit of luck as well.

Usually when a manufacturer elects to put a 3 year warranty on their product, financially they are predicting there will be a low %/incidence of failures during their warranty period. Anything can break, but higher quality items break less often. There are certainly exceptions out there like the $2000 09 player in the example above. The 09 had excellent build quality and was a great player (be it slow) but had a drive prone to malfunction.

Just look at how often those 90 day warranty products break... and compare that to the Oppos or Sony ES line with 3 year warranties.

I find it highly u likely that a $299 UHD player will have the same build quality as a (approx) $999 player? Same audio/video and power supply isolation...same power supply design/quality, same chassis etc... I find that to be highly unlikely. I am not saying the 800 is a low quality player at all, in fact from what I hear, it has excellent build quality that exceeds the price point. Great job by Sony.

The X1000ES will not be that hard to get either, unless one only shops at Target, Best Buy or perhaps Amazon. I am sure Magnolia and the Magnolia Design Centers will have it, as well as specialty theater shops.
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Let me let you in on a little secret. Back in the BDP 6500 days, I had a 6500 I took apart and a BDP 7200 I took apart. 7200 looked more premium and weighed a lot more (if you look at chassis pics for the 800 and 1000 they are similar if not the same). Same internal chips and drive, and a bunch of heavy metal pieces inside to make it feel weighty (heavy chassis). There was NO other difference, other than $250 in price. I also have a UHPH1 (which I love and looks just like an X800) and have been buying Sony players for about 5 generations, so I have experience. They also don't tend to fail quickly so promising a 3 year warranty is a just another way to justify cost. Part of the extra cost in the 1000ES will be to justify the cost to Sony of extending the warranty.

Look, I am not saying 1000 wont have extra features, we know it will, but assuming some better mythical build quality and it getting HDR Strip and DV where the 800 won't is likely foolish.

If the 1000ES offers anything beneficial in streaming ability and UHD disc playback, Ill gladly buy it, but your expectations are a little out there considering what Sony has done with past models and"flagships".

So far the X800 has been great, so Sony will really have to be impressive to make the 1000 worth $999, if that is even accurate. And if the merits are there, I will 100% be grabbing one from Magnolia. Im not hating on it, I just think people need to have more realistic expectations if you follow Sony disc players over the last 4-5 years.

Also considering how good the Panny 900 is at $700, a $999 price is well, dumb, unless custom install business for IP control, etc... is all they want.
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Here is one very interesting thing to me, which may mean different SoC (just pause it at 45 seconds):


It says 10 bit, where as best we have been able to tell, the X800 is 12 bit like the Panny 900. So if the X1000 does 10 bit, would seem different SoC but we wont know until someone can test.

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I would say there is a fairly good chance if the 1000 has DV and HDR strip ability so "may" the 800 get those features at some point. But when you look at the 2017 Sony Tvs, the pricey 930 has the Extreme chip and is DV capable, and the cheaper 900 series does not. So who knows what Sony is up to here with a large discrepancy between the players ($299 vs $799-$1000) depending where they finalize it). You and I both don't know for certain what the differences are.

Like I said in my last post, excellent build quality for a $300 player, no doubt about it. Great chassis build quality. To date, there is no low price point UHD player, with an HDR Strip function built in. The only one is the Oppo 203 at nearly double the price of the 800.

I believe they have entirely different chassis because from the pics as the 1000 looks quite a bit taller and I also recall reading the 1000 will have isolated bracing/chambers between audio stage, video stage and power supply. Will be interesting to see if they share the same drive and power supply, among other things.

Re chassis, look at the f85 vs the F88, both nice, both weighty, but the F88 has much more sector isolation, with a bit more resonance control. Sometimes you do get what you pay for, but with one example of that, there are many examples where you don't.

My brother also has the UHPH1, it's no doubt an excellent player.

Check out the Pioneer video at 2:10 where the differences between the 85 and 88 chambers are shown. Both well built, but the 88 goes much further. I am hopeful the Sony's X1000 has also taken a similar path.

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The 1000 will probably include SBM which in the past always improved the regular Blu-ray image. That will make it "rack worthy" if it has it. I am enjoying my 800 in the bedroom and it works well with the OLED. My Oppo is on the Sony 75940D and the Panny and Sammy (just for the demo clips) man the theater. I definitely plan to check out their 1000 and the sound bar with Atmos soon.

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The 1000 will probably include SBM which in the past always improved the regular Blu-ray image. That will make it "rack worthy" if it has it. I am enjoying my 800 in the bedroom and it works well with the OLED. My Oppo is on the Sony 75940D and the Panny and Sammy (just for the demo clips) man the theater. I definitely plan to check out their 1000 and the sound bar with Atmos soon.

It is odd they took out SBM on the 800, and you may be right which could mean a different SoC as well. Keep us updated if you hear anymore.
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I'm confident they are the same chassis. It will be more like 799 and the IP Control, Analog audio outputs, 3 year warranty, rack ears in the box are likely the only differences we'll get. Shipping alongside the OLED magically.
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If those are the only differences, that would be unfortunate.

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The two chassis don't look exactly the same, although they are very similar. The 1000 chassis also does appear a fair amount taller (at least in the pic).

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http://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/b...ayers/ubp-x800

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http://m.highdefdigest.com/news/show...y-player/35387

This Sony link states there are many refinements exclusive to the ES line X1000. Just marketing or does their statement have merit. We shall see, I am still hopeful.

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I'm getting a new Sony as a secondary player. I'm currently using the Samsung K-8500 for tv series and Panasonic UB900 for movies. I plan on moving the Samsung upstairs and buying a Sony. Now having a front display is a must. Since I actually don't need a 4K player for tv shows as none exist on UHD-BD I can buy a UHPH1 fairly cheap or buy a X800 or X1000. Not sure what to do.
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Id go ahead with the X800.

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I see in the press release they expliciltly call out 4K streaming from youtube. Hopefully the x800 gets this too.

"The player further incorporates a variety of video codecs that can deliver 4K streaming from video streaming services like Amazon Video, YouTube and others"
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Are there any updates about when the UBP-X1000ES player would be available?
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So Robert Zohn has a spec sheet up at Value Electronics and much better price than people thought. Other than what we already nothing, nothing really sets it apart right now.

At that price, and with the delays and no apps, I think I am going to swap my LG preorder over to the X1000 and put the X800 in the bedroom.
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You'd think Sony could have put an extra USB port on the back of the X800, for the $400 price premium over the x800. The removable power cord on the X1000 is nice. The x800 is not removable. Those are really the only two things I really dislike about the x800.

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If the Sony players don't eventually have an HDR Strip function via a future firmware update, I would think they would be less than ideal for front projection owners with large screens. If a future HDR Strip feature hasn't been mentioned this late in the game, I am starting to doubt it will be added.
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If the Sony players don't eventually have an HDR Strip function via a future firmware update, I would think they would be less than ideal for front projection owners with large screens. If a future HDR Strip feature hasn't been mentioned this late in the game, I am starting to doubt it will be added.
I second this. I cancelled my preorder of the 800 because of this missing feature. HDfury says they will investigate but I doubt it will work. That leaves the Oppo and maybe the LG for me since the Pana does not handle MKV well.
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I have the Oppo 203 in my system and am very pleased with it. No real glitches to speak of and the HDR Strip feature is working very well to my 5000es projector. HDR is not successfully passing from the 203 through my MX160 to the 5000 though. A very bright and vibrant image is produced in strip mode with no need to run the laser hard.

I would like to add the 1000 as a second player and for its 24p streaming abilities, but even with the lower than expected price, it's hard to justify without the strip function. I have no interest to add an HDFury to the system. I still may cave and purchase the 1000 though.

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My 1000ES is now on order through Val Electronics.
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Sounds like you'll need to start a official x1000 owners thread then.

See if you can blag a owners manual out of VE in advance !!
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I second this. I cancelled my preorder of the 800 because of this missing feature. HDfury says they will investigate but I doubt it will work. That leaves the Oppo and maybe the LG for me since the Pana does not handle MKV well.
According to the Value Electronics website:

4K HDR to SDR conversion4:

4K HDR to SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) conversion improves contrast and color for optimized playback and viewing on non-HDR TVs.


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According to the Value Electronics website:

4K HDR to SDR conversion4:

4K HDR to SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) conversion improves contrast and color for optimized playback and viewing on non-HDR TVs.


They mean SDR 2020, Sony does SDR 709 conversion.

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I have the Oppo 203 in my system and am very pleased with it. No real glitches to speak of and the HDR Strip feature is working very well to my 5000es projector. HDR is not successfully passing from the 203 through my MX160 to the 5000 though. A very bright and vibrant image is produced in strip mode with no need to run the laser hard.

I would like to add the 1000 as a second player and for its 24p streaming abilities, but even with the lower than expected price, it's hard to justify without the strip function. I have no interest to add an HDFury to the system. I still may cave and purchase the 1000 though.

Why do you want to strip the HDR to a projector that is probably one of the brightest 4K projectors that I would think rival OLED for HDR?
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Why do you want to strip the HDR to a projector that is probably one of the brightest 4K projectors that I would think rival OLED for HDR?
With a 14' wide 1.0 gain screen and to run HDR... I needed to be at 90+ on the laser to have the image sufficiently bright. This creates substantially more heat and fan noise (with possibly more wear on the projector).

I'd rather run at 60 laser in HDR Strip mode----> WCG bt.2020 and have the projector not break a sweat. The image is still very impressive, with the specular highlights being dimmer, but the base image is a fair amount brighter with beautiful colors.
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With a 14' wide 1.0 gain screen and to run HDR... I needed to be at 90+ on the laser to have the image sufficiently bright. This creates substantially more heat and fan noise (with possibly more wear on the projector).

I'd rather run at 60 laser in HDR Strip mode----> WCG bt.2020 and have the projector not break a sweat. The image is still very impressive, with the specular highlights being dimmer, but the base image is a fair amount brighter with beautiful colors.

I can where the fan and heat would diminish the enjoyment of HDR, but for a screen that size and getting the brightness and WCG , it must be a wonder to behold regardless of which UHD player you use.
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According to Robert, 4/17 release is still holding.
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I am wondering if the processing, video, audio, etc., will be slightly better on the X1000 than on the X800 (which is admittedly already pretty darn good).
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