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Cambridge Audio CXUHD gains HDR10+, support for Sony Dolby Vision TVs

24 Jul 2019 | Rasmus Larsen |

With the release of the latest firmware update, Cambridge Audio's CXUHD Blu-ray player has gained HDR10+ support along with support for the special flavor of Dolby Vision in Sony TVs.

Multi-HDR player

Cambridge Audio's CXUHD is now an UHD Blu-ray player with multi-HDR support. Following the release of firmware version 66-0614, it will spin discs in HDR10, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. Besides HDR10+ support, the firmware adds support for the special flavor of Dolby Vision found in Sony TVs. All playback devices must be built to support, or updated with, this particular Dolby Vision profile to be compatible with Sony TVs. Otherwise they will fall back on standard HDR10.

Cambridge CXUHD UHD Blu-ray player

The player is built on the same hardware platform as the Oppo 203. When Oppo announced in April 2018 that it would exit the disc market, Cambridge Audio said that "our customers can rest assured that firmware will continue to be maintained and updates released from time to time". The company has followed through on those promises. Firmware version 66-0614 is free and available now. For more information check the source link.

Cambridge Audio - CXUHD-66-0614 firmware

- Added HDR10+ support. A HDR10+ enabled TV is required to view content in HDR10+. - Added Dolby Vision support for Sony TV. - Added TV Aspect Ratio modes “21:9 Movable, 21:9 Fixed and 21:9 Cropped”. - Added Support for slow motion playback in A-B repeat mode. - Added three HDR to SDR modes to improve HDR to SDR conversion. - Updated main screen background artwork.
- Source: Cambridge, thanks for the tip Michael!

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