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Philips/Funai. Ironically, 4K streaming from youtube looks great and doesn't have the issue like the 4K discs do. I know it isn't the best TV out there but the only problems are with 4K discs only
 

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In my brief look at the TV, doesn't look like it supports HDR. So, yes, that's going to create a problem if you're attempting to send the television a signal with HDR in it. The picture will still come through, but it will likely look very dark (lots of crush in shadows) and colors not vibrant.

Try going into the OPPO settings and turning off HDR output...I'm going off memory here, but I believe there are also customizable color space settings... with your TV, I'm going to assume you'll want it set to REC 709.
 

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Can oppo play mkv and other 4k/ 1080p files with atmos and dts x?


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I believe it will. I know I have played mkvies files with it, but in the room I have it I only have a 5.1 setup. One thing I will tell you is that if the mkvies file was ripped with Cinenova...it will mute the audio after a few minutes though.

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Hi! I am looking to get a great 4k Ultra HD player and wondered how the OPPO compares to Kaleidescape Stato (https://www.kaleidescape.com/products/encore/). I believe it's the equivalent, but wondered if you had experience with it to compare them? I'm debating between the two and it's so hard to decide!


Is it same price as oppo 203 ?


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Hmm! That is what i was thinking what kind of comparative choice is this?
I think it will also store around 300 Bly-rays. No longer need the physical disc. But to a number of movie buffs, like me, 300 is a mere pittance of the number that is owned. I would rather spend a few $100's and add more DVD cabinets and have the disc.
 

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Nice review Todd.
Hi Ron.
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Did you watch some 3D Blu-ray movies?
Our fp is not 3d, but I have watched 1080p, and 4k Movies with it.


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The last Beta firmware update (May 25) has enabled Dolby Vision.
It is not officially confirmed but from screenshots provided by some owners Dolby Vision is indeed activated now in the Oppo 203/205.
Dolby is most likely telling Oppo to not confirm yet.

This is ↓ from the 203's USB port with a Dolby Vision demo, and LG OLED TV.


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3D will be back ...
 

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Is it same price as oppo 203 ?


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Turns out there is a huge price difference. Now I'm wondering if I should splurge on the Kaleidescape or buy the OPPO 203 until I can afford a more expensive unit. I feel like the quality has to be nicer on the Kaleidescape, but would love to hear some feedback.
 

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Turns out there is a huge price difference. Now I'm wondering if I should splurge on the Kaleidescape or buy the OPPO 203 until I can afford a more expensive unit. I feel like the quality has to be nicer on the Kaleidescape, but would love to hear some feedback.

Let's see: Kaleidescape around $4500, Oppo 203 around $549.

I know what I would get.
 

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Turns out there is a huge price difference. Now I'm wondering if I should splurge on the Kaleidescape or buy the OPPO 203 until I can afford a more expensive unit. I feel like the quality has to be nicer on the Kaleidescape, but would love to hear some feedback.


Let's see: Kaleidescape around $4500, Oppo 203 around $549.

I know what I would get.
 
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