There seems to be this "Myth" that just because ANY media players Tech Specs lists hardware support of a certain feature then it must be 100% true that the software can actually use those hardware feature out of the box. For example the NVIDIA Shield is well known as a 4K HDR capable device, but did you know it's Google's Nougat OS does not even have support for colorspace switching/conversions ? What this means is that to get correct SDR and then 4K HDR color outputs you have to manually each and every time dig deep into Android settings and manually change settings between BT.709 and BT.2020. That equals a long term PITA. 4K DolbyVision Rips in a .m2ts container contain a seperate 1080p DV metadata layer. There is no external media player software I know of that can process this 1080p DV layer and output it to a DV TV. Don't believe the bullsh1t you read on forums like Reddit. https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread/1...lec-on-the-minix-u9-h/?postID=79839#post79839 People that buy ANY hardware without first reading reviews to ensure a box can do things they might actually need like 4K Netflix, 4K Amazon Video, 4K YouTube are frankly Fools. At the moment the most advanced 4K HDR / DolbyVision media player in the market is the Apple TV 4K, due to some really nice features in it's Firmware. But it cannot do 4K HDR YouTube - just like the NVIDIA Shield. ATV 4K cannot output DV metadata from DV Ripped .m2ts container either nor can you directly install Kodi Krypton.