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The OPPO 203's are somewhere about 1k and the 205's at about 2-3k. Unless you have a setup that can take advantage of analog audio, you go with the 203.

Your display supports HDR10, but not Dolby Vision or HDR10+, so a Sony 700 or any other less expensive player will probably do the job well. Do you need anything other than that, SACD or DVD-A for instance?
Yes, I will need SACD capability. As far as having a 2016 model with HDR 10 only, I may upgrade someday and would rather have the Dolby Vision capability as well as HDR10. As far as HDR 10+, I am on the fence. What about the Pioneer UHD LX500? Please direct me where I can get an Oppo 203 for around $1K.

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Yes, I will need SACD capability. As far as having a 2016 model with HDR 10 only, I may upgrade someday and would rather have the Dolby Vision capability as well as HDR10. As far as HDR 10+, I am on the fence. What about the Pioneer UHD LX500? Please direct me where I can get an Oppo 203 for around $1K.
If you want SACD capability, and Dolby Vision support for future proofing the Sony X700 fits the bill. The Sony X800M2 does the same thing but with better build quality.

If you want HDR10+, the Panasonic UB820 supports it but doesn't play SACD.

The Pioneer UHD and Cambridge UHD players support SACD and DV but don't support HDR10+

A used Oppo might be the only one that does everything.

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Which current CANADIAN blu ray players, EITHER 1080p or UHD, have both Netflix AND Prime Video apps?


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If you want SACD capability, and Dolby Vision support for future proofing the Sony X700 fits the bill. The Sony X800M2 does the same thing but with better build quality.

If you want HDR10+, the Panasonic UB820 supports it but doesn't play SACD.

The Pioneer UHD and Cambridge UHD players support SACD and DV but don't support HDR10+

A used Oppo might be the only one that does everything.
Pioneer announced last December that its UHD players would get a Spring 2019 HDR10+ firmware update. Nothing yet?

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Which current CANADIAN blu ray players, EITHER 1080p or UHD, have both Netflix AND Prime Video apps? Thanks.
Panasonic UHD players 820 and 9000 are your best bets.
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Panasonic UHD players 820 and 9000 are your best bets.
Thanks. No less-expensive CANADIAN 1080p models? (This will be to feed a JVC RS1. I really don't need UHD for that one, but I'd like to have Net and Amazon Prime.)
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Thanks. No less-expensive CANADIAN 1080p models? (This will be to feed a JVC RS1. I really don't need UHD for that one, but I'd like to have Net and Amazon Prime.)
You could verify with sellers if Sony BDP-S3700 (WiFi 2.4 GHz) and Sony BDP-S6700 (WiFi 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz) have what you need.

Also, you may soon see attractive discount prices for Sony X700 and Sony X800 UHD players. Good luck. Have fun.

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You could verify with sellers if Sony BDP-S3700 (WiFi 2.4 GHz) and Sony BDP-S6700 (WiFi 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz) have what you need.

Also, you may soon see attractive discount prices for Sony X700 and Sony X800 UHD players. Good luck. Have fun.
The two BDPs and X700 do not have Prime Video. I'm not sure about the X800, but I doubt it.
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The two BDPs and X700 do not have Prime Video. I'm not sure about the X800, but I doubt it.
The x800 does. I have no problem getting UHD and HDR from the Amazon app on my x800.
The same Amazon content I watch on my other devices, I can also watch on my x800.

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The x800 does. I have no problem getting UHD and HDR from the Amazon app on my x800.
The same Amazon content I watch on my other devices, I can also watch on my x800.

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Do you have a CANADIAN x800?



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Do you have a CANADIAN x800?



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The two BDPs and X700 do not have Prime Video. I'm not sure about the X800, but I doubt it.
The X700 does indeed have Prime Video with HDR10. I have never gotten Dolby Vision with the Prime Video app on my E6 OLED, but others may have had more success with that. Prime only has two Dolby Vision series anyway, so it's no big deal.
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The X700 does indeed have Prime Video with HDR10. I have never gotten Dolby Vision with the Prime Video app on my E6 OLED, but others may have had more success with that. Prime only has two Dolby Vision series anyway, so it's no big deal.
Is your (or somebody else's) X700 that has Amazon Prime a CANADIAN X700?
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There are 4 options under $500. Each have pros/cons.
  1. Sony X700: Excellent all around except it requires Dolby Vision to be manually turned on/off in the player settings.
  2. Philips 7302/7502 - auto DV switching but a bit noisy and slow on load times
  3. LG UBK90. Auto DV switching but you have to manually set the frame rate in the settings. 24p will work for most movies but you may have to manually change it on occasion
  4. Panasonic UB820. Auto DV and frame rate switching and the best all around option but also the most expensive at $500
ubk90 on sale at best buy $200 and includes three free 4k movies
would you jump on this? costco has it for $180 nothing extra included
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ubk90 on sale at best buy $200 and includes three free 4k movies
would you jump on this? costco has it for $180 nothing extra included
It's an ok choice unless you have a Sony Dolby Vision capable TV. I'd lean to Costco for the extended warranty, return period. Unless the movies are worth more than $20 to you.
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It's an ok choice unless you have a Sony Dolby Vision capable TV. I'd lean to Costco for the extended warranty, return period. Unless the movies are worth more than $20 to you.
id need a dolby vision tv whether i use netflix or rent dolby vision capable 4k disks anyway.
im planning to buy the sony 900f memorial day weekend.

costco offers the lg for $20 less but best buy includes the three 4k movies and a free logitech 665 remote. i ordered from best buy with my credit card, and i believe they extend the warranty for electronics for 2 more years.

i think im set. thanks for the suggestions
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id need a dolby vision tv whether i use netflix or rent dolby vision capable 4k disks anyway.
im planning to buy the sony 900f memorial day weekend.

costco offers the lg for $20 less but best buy includes the three 4k movies and a free logitech 665 remote. i ordered from best buy with my credit card, and i believe they extend the warranty for electronics for 2 more years.

i think im set. thanks for the suggestions
You missed the point. The LG UBK90 version of Dolby Vision will not work with a Sony DV TV
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You missed the point. The LG UBK90 version of Dolby Vision will not work with a Sony DV TV

oh wow

looks like im returning the lg to best buy because im set on the 900f
damn

but i was also looking at the tcl 65 from best buy. will the lg 90 work with the tcl?


so a dolby vision blu ray player that will work with the sony dv tv are much more expensive

looks like i have a big decision to make.
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oh wow

looks like im returning the lg to best buy because im set on the 900f
damn

but i was also looking at the tcl 65 from best buy. will the lg 90 work with the tcl?


so a dolby vision blu ray player that will work with the sony dv tv are much more expensive

looks like i have a big decision to make.
This is why I suggested to you to pick your TV before you pick the UHD player, in order to ensure compatibility.

Any non Sony DV UHD player will work with a non Sony DV TV. For Sony DV TV, you'll need either a Sony UHD player or the Panasonic UB820 at $500. Or an OPPO.
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I have LG UP970 4k Blu-ray that i bought in anticipation for LG OLED.
Now i am getting good offers on Sony A9F.
Now will the UP970 work well with A9F for Dolby Vision , HDR? Reason why i asked is Sony is very limited with DV options compared to LG OLEDs. May be you guys can clear this up for me.

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I have LG UP970 4k Blu-ray that i bought in anticipation for LG OLED.
Now i am getting good offers on Sony A9F.
Now will the UP970 work well with A9F for Dolby Vision , HDR? Reason why i asked is Sony is very limited with DV options compared to LG OLEDs. May be you guys can clear this up for me.

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Nope, see above

You will get HDR10 though.
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Is your (or somebody else's) X700 that has Amazon Prime a CANADIAN X700?
No, mine isn't. Is that what you were looking for? Sorry. I must have misread.
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oh wow

looks like im returning the lg to best buy because im set on the 900f
damn

but i was also looking at the tcl 65 from best buy. will the lg 90 work with the tcl?


so a dolby vision blu ray player that will work with the sony dv tv are much more expensive

looks like i have a big decision to make.
Yes the LG will work with the TCL. Since the TCL and LG use the normal version of DV. Sony uses a funky version of DV where the player needs to do most of the work.

But the LG has some other issues( I think with native frame rate? it's been awhile). I went with the Philips for Dolby Vision. But I also had the option to get the LG, Sony, or Philips for under $75 from Best BUy because of their screw ups with my initial order and second order. So I ended up going with the Philips. And overall have been pleased with it.

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Which UHD Disc Player for my Sony Z9F?

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I recently upgraded my display to 4K, and as I'm disappointed to learn that the PS4 Pro does not have a UHD disc player, I am on the hunt for a UHD player for my setup. After spending the morning doing research, I believe I've narrowed my options to three. Please let me know, though, if there is another model I should consider.

Between these options, which would you choose, and why?

1. Sony UBP-X800M2
2. Sony UBP-X1100ES
3. Panasonic DP-UB820

I feel that both the Panny and the higher-end Sony may be overkill for my setup. I don't listen to any SACD or DVD-A. Also, I'm not sure if the Panasonic's HDR optimizer is super necessary as I have a fairly capable TV. Finally, both of the new Sony models have something included called "Bravia Mode." I wasn't able to find much information about the feature as it's so new, but it could be kind of cool for those of us with Bravia TV's. Perhaps it will work in a similar manner to Panasonic's HDR Optimizer feature.

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Are the front display, analogue audio out (DAC), optical audio out, removable power cord, and extended warranty the only upgrades present with the X1100ES? I do not believe I need any of these...

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Are the front display, analogue audio out (DAC), optical audio out, removable power cord, and extended warranty the only upgrades present with the X1100ES? I do not believe I need any of these...
Then you have answered your own question. Get the SOny x800M2.

The Sony UHD BD players pair very nicely with the SOny UHD TVs.

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Blu-ray which supports 4K, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision HDR, and IMAX Enhanced?

Recommendations for a Blu-ray player which supports 4K, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision HDR, and IMAX Enhanced? For under $500? Or are these features (other than 4K) transparent to the Blu-ray player? I currently have a Sony BDP-S6500 which claims to support 4K but I haven't tried 4K with it yet as my first 4K panel hasn't arrived yet.
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The Sony BDP-S6500 isn't a UHD (4k) player. It upscales regular HD Blu Ray content to 4k.

The Panasonic DP-UB820. On sale now for less than $500. (See the "found deals" subforum.)

Its main advantage over other players is its tone mapping capabilities.
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The Sony BDP-S6500 isn't a UHD (4k) player. It upscales regular HD Blu Ray content to 4k.

The Panasonic DP-UB820. On sale now for less than $500. (See the .)

Its main advantage over other players is its tone mapping capabilities.
How important is the tone mapping feature for a high nit TV as compared to a low nit TV?
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Hi all. I'm in search of a UHD 4K player. I have an 85" Sony X950G TV and everything will be passed through a Denon AVR6500H. The new player definitely needs to have Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos since the speaker setup is a 5.2.4 Atmos configuration. The TV does not support HDR10+ so that is not necessary either. They player's only job is to play movies, and so other music or disc formats are not necessary. I also don't care about streaming on the player since that will be done either through the TV or the Apple TV 4K. Which player will present the best quality and be easy to use? Thanks everyone.
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