Well, if 4K is ramping up to be a "mainstay" to take over 1080p HD, will the upcoming players that will handle physical 4K media be able to "upconvert" both 1080p Blu-ray and DVD (as Blu-ray players have upconverted DVD)? In other words, will the "upscaling formula" continue evolving? If we get a 4K disc player, will it or should it be able to upscale the Blu-rays to "quasi-4K" as Blu-ray players do with DVDs?
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