Originally Posted by Max Rockatansky
Well, several people have been pretty vocal about freezes so I figured I'd offer my two cents: I've had my X800 since November and it has never frozen on a 4K Blu-ray or 3D Blu-ray disc. In fact, just a few minutes ago I finished watching Atomic Blonde in 4K, which seems to be one disk people have griped about. No issues at all (just wished they had included Atmos with the release).
Some other 4K discs I've enjoyed: Blade Runner The Final Cut, Blade Runner 2049, The Last Reef, Lucy, Alien Covenant, Valerian, Ender's Game, Ex Machina and X-Men Apocalypse. For 3D Blu-rays, I've watched: San Andreas, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Edge of Tomorrow. All looked amazing and played perfectly.
Just to balance things about a bit in this thread...
I have also not had any freezes on my X800 (4K or Bluray) since i got it. It's been a solid performer and i recently found out that its dual voltage (works on 220v) which made things even better. I honestly cant find anything to complain about the X800.
BTW Atomic Blonde had a DTS:X track. You didn't enjoy it?
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