AV receivers Dolby Vision* represent receiver devices with a picture format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Another popular technology of this company is the widespread format Dolby Atmos, with which, for example, many multichannel amplifiers from the manufacturer Denon are equipped. In principle, Dolby Vision is a high-contrast image that shines with specific modifications and enhancements.
AV receiver Dolby Vision
AV receivers with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision
The renowned company Dolby Laboratories develops sound formats for multichannel receivers such as AV receivers. With Dolby Atmos, the manufacturer delivers an authentic application for a realistic sound image in home theaters and cinemas through its immersive sound image that works object-based. Dolby Vision, on the other hand, is the counterpart on the visual level. It is a solution created by the manufacturer for a high contrast image or HDR called. HDR is short for High Dynmaic Range Image or High Dynamic Range Video.
How the high contrast image from Dolby Laboraties works
Movie fans benefit from razor-sharp images with high-contrast coloring, in combination with intense colors. Similar to the immersive sound format Dolby Atmos, which sets auditory accents in the home cinema room, the dynmaic high contrast image HDR tries to enforce this claim on a visual level. Gone are the days when watching movies whose action sequences seem to be completely lost in the darkness of the screen. The visual technology Dolby Vision brings light into the darkness and makes contrasts and nuances clear and tangible for the viewer. This fact is especially effective in dark series and movies. Dolby Vision sets the contrast for every frame of every movie sequence in advance. Dolby Vision is considered by many scene experts to be the standard of the future.
AV receivers HDR10+ Dolby Vision
Now it is the case that the respective manufacturers bring their own solutions for picture innovations to the market. HDR10+ can be seen as a competitor to Dolby Vision, so to speak. AV receiver Dolby Vision* offer a dynmaic technology that is license-free, unlike Dolby Vision. The latest generation TVs usually support both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.