Originally Posted by macmane
Watched The Conjuring last night on the Cx and the panny ub820 and it looked like a borderline 4k movie lol it looked like a different movie ( which I already loved) I've noticed that the cx and the ub820 are a potent combination together soo much more clean looking movies with more depth its hard to explain
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So far I'm finding the Sony X700 to have a sharper image, but I much prefer the Panny players. I use the Sony for nature shows and things that I want to have the biggest depth and the sharpest image.
Mine is the lowly 420, but it has the same image quality minus the DV - at least that is what people are reporting). Your has a better build quality too. Nothing can touch these players for 24p film cadence and HDR performance. Also, as you already well know, these players are LOADED with settings options that literally DWARFS my Sony X700 and (urp - excuse me...) LG player I returned
Liked it so much, I got a "backup for when mine breaks and they stop making them.
In the end, I'll probably backup the "backup". I have around 950 blu-rays that I have no intention of "orphaning".
(Hopefully tvs in the future will accept HDMI). Gosh, I sound like an old guy with his 78s records and victrola!
We are nearing that point already with Oppo and Samsung out. (Didn't you get the "memo"? STREAMING
is pure uncompressed quality!)
Well, someone might always make a "token" player, but nothing of this quality- build and performance.
All 4 of my Samsung SD players died. I got backups for my SD Panny from years ago, but the first one "refuses" to die.