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I believe the point here is, that do to compression limitations, if you want to see the biggest impact of HDR you need to go to Blu-Ray. Unfortunately, do to cost, limited player availability, and practicality, (You can't rent UHD BD's from the likes of Netflix..) it may not be a viable option at this time, for even the most discerning viewer.
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Last edited by mailiang; 08-09-2016 at 04:36 PM.