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post #121 of 122 Old 04-08-2020, 08:46 AM
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Haha! Only a few thousand people in the world can enjoy 4k BD then. No one gets their TV calibrated unless you are in the top 99.999999999% of the population. This post shouts death to 4k BD.
They're still selling a ton of 4K discs. Even with streaming. And they will until streaming catches up with the audio and video quality of discs, which will likely be quite some time.
4K HDR streaming quality for video has already caught up to discs.
Oh my gosh, no it hasn't, especially on the audio side.

Night and day difference if you have a good system. Much more clarity and dynamic range with discs. Better bass response. More channel separation.

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Haha! Only a few thousand people in the world can enjoy 4k BD then. No one gets their TV calibrated unless you are in the top 99.999999999% of the population. This post shouts death to 4k BD.
They're still selling a ton of 4K discs. Even with streaming. And they will until streaming catches up with the audio and video quality of discs, which will likely be quite some time.
4K HDR streaming quality for video has already caught up to discs.
Oh my gosh, no it hasn't, especially on the audio side.

Night and day difference if you have a good system. Much more clarity and dynamic range with discs. Better bass response. More channel separation.
I said video. And yes video has.
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