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Vespa Alex

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  1. I think the Atari 400/800 were a bit earlier and had separate sound and video chips.
  2. Last night I watched The Mandalorian, tonight I watched this nonsense. I need more wine.
  3. Not that I noticed, though you may have a different perception. Some of the Iranian characters are dicks, but it showed more as good people and there was definitely questionable behaviour on Israel’s part.
  4. Yep, Tehran was decent
  5. If you’ve not seen it, track down the Counterpart tv show.
  6. Hmmm, will check that. I’m sure my Apple TV does hdr though now I’m questioning that.
  7. Hmmm, not just the Sony AV receiver with the same issue. https://www.avsforum.com/threads/cant-enable-hdr-in-ps5-settings.3173039/
  8. Connected directly to the tv it works fine, and there’s already an audio output from tv to amp so it’s actually minimal difference using it this way. It does seem like it’s a compatibility problem as, having read the manuals and specs, it *should* work as I’d tried.
  9. I have my PS5 connected to a Sony STR-DN1080 receiver, and from there into my LG B8 OLED. Both receiver and TV do HDMI 2.0 rather than 2.1 but that should be sufficient for 4K 60 with HDR yet the Playstation tells me my display only supports 1080p HDR or 4K non-HDR. Anyone else with a similar problem? I'll try PS5 direct to the TV and see if that makes a difference.
  10. After a moan at them on the web chat, this happens.
  11. Amazon update. “Unfortunately we ran into an issue while attempting your delivery. We will try again tomorrow” I was in, and you didn’t leave a card..... go fuck yourselves.
  12. When I log in to the site. It’s apparently made it to Worcester, 15 miles away.
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