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post #1 of 5 Old 09-14-16, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Sony enters the 4K UHD BD player fray

I'll have more info up later... but...today (at CEDIA) Sony unveiled a standalone 4K UHD Blu-ray player. Unexpected, to say the least!

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post #2 of 5 Old 09-14-16, 09:16 PM
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Re: Sony enters the 4K UHD BD player fray



I do like the fact that it will play DVD-Audio and SACD but until OPPO hits the market I will still be waiting.
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Re: Sony enters the 4K UHD BD player fray

Interesting textured finish. Like Blacklightning said, it's probably Oppo's sale to lose for me. Still considering the Panasonic (a little pricy, but like the HDR conversion for people like me who didn't think HDR would be an actual reality for another 2 years) and Philips (looks too much like a mini non DVR cable box). Still depends on price (especially compared to the PS4), availability, and full feature set.
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Re: Sony enters the 4K UHD BD player fray

You might have seen in my CEDIA report...

No PS4 UHD Blu-ray... I can check with OPPO per SACD... price for the OPPO players will be in the $499 to $1299 range (2 different players)...Sony will probably be in the $900 range although one credible source told me he thinks it will end up being $699...

I've heard that both the Samsung and Philips players are not so hot on picture processing performance.

I've heard the Panasonic is fantastic.

The Sony will be the only player capable of streaming 4K with HDR.
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Re: Sony enters the 4K UHD BD player fray

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