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UHD Blu-ray rental.

I impulsively bought the UBD-K8500 player because they had one in stock at fry's, however they did not have any UHD Blu-rays. Now I don't buy movies, once I watch them I rarely re-watch them, so I have no plans on buying a disk for $30 dollars to watch it once and have to store it. So who is going to be renting these disks out and when? If its going to be a while I don't see why I should keep the 400 dollar K8500.

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My guess is that UHD disc rentals will be extremely niche for a while, like 3D rentals. Places like this may be your only avenue:

http://www.store-3d-blurayrental.com...ory-s/1868.htm

Can you still return the player? Maybe you should wait for content to be available to rent before buying the player.
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I plan on using that site, but also thinking about ownership as rental. By that I mean an exchange where some people buy them the day they come out and then the discs keep getting sold for lower prices, whether through one of the already existing selling sites or maybe an exchange program on a site like this.

For instance, I might buy a new release if I already had somebody setup to buy the disc a week later or I might agree to buy somebody's disc a week later for a discount if they buy it on day one.

With the rental site at $8 and maybe a line I'm thinking a price difference of say $10 would make sense to buy some new discs to pass on quickly or buy used discs a week or so after release.

I'm currently on a 1 disc at a time with 2 per month limit for $7 at the 3D Blu-Ray site. Will be interesting to see if I can get much content without having to wait a while. If not I may try the buy as rental kind of thing.

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It took the majority of disc rental vendors [Blockbuster (RIP), Hollywood Video (RIP), RedBox, et al] to embrace Blu-ray, I'm sure it'll be YEARS before they have UHD rentals...I'm hoping I'm wrong but the past is our best teacher.

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My guess is that UHD disc rentals will be extremely niche for a while, like 3D rentals. Places like this may be your only avenue:

http://www.store-3d-blurayrental.com...ory-s/1868.htm

Can you still return the player? Maybe you should wait for content to be available to rent before buying the player.
Looks like I'm going to be signup for this. Prices are fair.

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I dropped Netflix Bluray rentals last year and went with 3D bluray rental, when Netflix started sending rental discs without HD audio. I give them(3D Bluray Rental) a 9.5 out of 10, only problem is 5 day mail from California to East Coast, if they opened an East Coast facility I would give them a 10.
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II give them(3D Bluray Rental) a 9.5 out of 10, only problem is 5 day mail from California to East Coast, if they opened an East Coast facility I would give them a 10.
How about https://3dparty.3dcartstores.com/mobile/home.asp#home ?

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Well let's hope that these apps will eventually have the capability of streaming UHD 4K like my Roku4. I have the js8500 the k8500 and a Roku4.
All three have their limitations.
Is there a place to rent 4K discs?
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Is there a place to rent 4K discs?
Not sure I think denpom may know but I don't rent.

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Not sure I think denpom may know but I don't rent.
http://www.store-3d-blurayrental.com...ory-s/1868.htm
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Is there a place to rent 4K discs?
Yes. www.3d-blurayrental.com

I rent 2D, 3D, and UHD BD titles from them regularly now.

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Just signed back up with them yesterday, used them in the early 3D days. Going to allow me to watch UHD movies I dont wanna buy, like 5th Wave... Got on 2 at a time and cancelled my netflix dvd service.
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Can I rent UHD blu ray anywhere?

I see some place 3d-blurayrental.com Is this the only one? I heard they have long wait times for their stuff. Anywhere else? I don't want to buy every single movie I want to watch -_-. Thx
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I see some place 3d-blurayrental.com Is this the only one? I heard they have long wait times for their stuff. Anywhere else? I don't want to buy every single movie I want to watch -_-. Thx
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4k movie rentals at 3d bluray rental

I just signed up for a membership to rent 4k movies at http://www.3d-blurayrental.com/

Well don't even bother, I'm not too happy with their service. THEY DON"T HAVE ANY 4k MOVIES in Stock! Its all a "short wait". I signed up about 10 days ago, and I have yet to receive any 4k movies. They tell you to order titles that are in stock. Well thats impossible with their 4k movies.

I'll be canceling my service with them, just warning people to stay away if you want to rent 4k movies with them. Apparently they can't buy more movies to keep up with demand.
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Good to know, thanks.

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I just signed up for a membership to rent 4k movies at http://www.3d-blurayrental.com/

Well don't even bother, I'm not too happy with their service. THEY DON"T HAVE ANY 4k MOVIES in Stock! Its all a "short wait". I signed up about 10 days ago, and I have yet to receive any 4k movies. They tell you to order titles that are in stock. Well thats impossible with their 4k movies.

I'll be canceling my service with them, just warning people to stay away if you want to rent 4k movies with them. Apparently they can't buy more movies to keep up with demand.
Do you know of anyone else that has the 3d-blurayrental subscription actually received a 4k disc yet?
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Do you know of anyone else that has the 3d-blurayrental subscription actually received a 4k disc yet?
??? I've been receiving 4K rentals from them since early this year.

Like any rental service there is a finite number of titles. Then if you have a subscription plan, there is no requirement to return the title within a period of time. And then if you have a high demand format, like UHD BDs, titles will also be in short supply.

Like their 2D and 3D titles, you should reserve the 4K titles when they it first appears on their site to rent. Which is typically one week before release date. This is what I typically do. And I usually have new releases shipped to me the week they are first available.

If I wait until release day or later to rent a title, then I will typically have to wait. But normally it's a wait no longer than than three weeks. And during that time I have other titles coming to watch.

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Do you know of anyone else that has the 3d-blurayrental subscription actually received a 4k disc yet?
Yes, I use this service to rent 4K discs reliably, and regularly.
I use the pay for each rental method, and suggest that you put your orders in advance.
Many discs are in stock, and for new popular choices, you can order one week in advance of release

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Any news of more services expanding into 4K rental market in 2017? Would wonder if Redbox or someone might take a shot at a nascent market that is growing? Guess I can just hope...

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The disc market overall is shrinking.

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If you have a Movie Trading Company near you they rent 4K. i do it every week. Feels like going to blockbuster days.
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Cheapest Blu-Ray rent options?

I apologize if this has been beaten to death already.
I suspected it had, so I searched thread titles for "rent" in this subforum but didn't get any hits??

Netflix looks to have jacked their prices since the last time I used them.
If I want to rent at least two Blu-Ray movies a week,, who would be an inexpensive option who also has a GREAT selection to choose from?

Last time I used Netflix I ran out of the good titles pretty quick.
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This place has a great catalog: http://www.store-3d-blurayrental.com/ (and their own thread here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/196-3d...ental-com.html). They do standard Blu-ray and UHD, not just 3D. I'm on the 5/month plan for $17.99.

Redbox has $2 Blu-rays but the selection is not "great".

I still do Netflix and ClassicFlix (although the latter is closed to new members).

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Redbox has $2 Blu-rays but the selection is not "great".



I've been using them lately. Too bad the selection is just Ok.


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I'm thinking of getting a subscription with Bluray Rental dot come in order to rent UHD discs which Netflix does not carry. Can current users tell me what their experience has been with this rental site when it comes to UHD movie availability. Some of the earlier posts in this thread seemed to indicate long waiting times but to be fair, they date back to early 2016 when fewer UHD movies were available and less people had the hardware to take advantage of UHD capabilities. Thanks in advance.

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Long waits still happen. But I manage to get on average 4 UHD disks and 1 regular BR each month, to fill up my 5 disk plan. I just pop in and rent another title each week regardless of whether the prior week's rental has reached me.

But I don't mind seeing a new release several weeks after release, which happens some times. If you want to rent new releases and see them on release date, you will probably be disappointed. No disk rental service seems able to guarantee that or achieve that.

And with online rentals from places like Apple containing excellent quality copies (albeit without the premium audio), I would guess that fewer and fewer disk based services are going to survive.
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Long waits still happen. But I manage to get on average 4 UHD disks and 1 regular BR each month, to fill up my 5 disk plan. I just pop in and rent another title each week regardless of whether the prior week's rental has reached me.

But I don't mind seeing a new release several weeks after release, which happens some times. If you want to rent new releases and see them on release date, you will probably be disappointed. No disk rental service seems able to guarantee that or achieve that.

And with online rentals from places like Apple containing excellent quality copies (albeit without the premium audio), I would guess that fewer and fewer disk based services are going to survive.
Thanks my friend. I am not anxious to get UHD's on the day that they release, so that is not an issue for me. Glad to hear that they do have plenty of UHD titles to rent from.

Regarding your comment about Apple, my response is that audio to me is just as important as video. And as far as I have been able to discern, nothing comes close to the lossless Atmos/DTS-X soundtracks that are available on physical media. So for those who prefer streaming services, I say go for it. It's just not for me when I want to watch a movie in my home theater. Maybe someday it will get there, but it is not there right now.

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Thanks my friend. I am not anxious to get UHD's on the day that they release, so that is not an issue for me. Glad to hear that they do have plenty of UHD titles to rent from.

Regarding your comment about Apple, my response is that audio to me is just as important as video. And as far as I have been able to discern, nothing comes close to the lossless Atmos/DTS-X soundtracks that are available on physical media. So for those who prefer streaming services, I say go for it. It's just not for me when I want to watch a movie in my home theater. Maybe someday it will get there, but it is not there right now.
Try rent4k.com. Didn't try myself.
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