We just watched this and the sound is awesome!Looks like first new release universal movie with ATMOS is arrive May 12 with The Invisible Man...
I just watched Air Force One which I believe was recently updated to HDR with a Dolby Atmos soundtrack. OMG the soundtrack is amazing with the planes flying around the room. SJ
Totally agree. When they go on sale 50/50 at sub $25, 100% below $20, I'll buy.As much as I really want to get these (Top Gun, War of the Worlds, Days of Thunder) on the Kscape, I just can't justify spending $34.99 each when I can get the disc versions for $19.99 or less.
While I have no need for DolbyVision in the theater, it would be nice if this were a future option feature for KUHD4K , Dolby Vision, HDR10, Dolby Atmos from Vudu at 12.99!
I would agree with you for the most part but the KScape is 4 or 5 year old technology now and the Nvidia Pro Shield (newest) has caught it and surpassed it with 1080p material and it’s excellent up scaling. It also bitstreams! I know someone who bought one two weeks ago and is returning it. Mainly for what you described but also image and sound are matched. I also almost bought a KScape twice and I definitely have zero regret. Especially at their cost per movie and the convenience of us watching it wherever we want after the theater viewing. Some will say who watches movies more than once well with kids that happens a lot.While I have no need for DolbyVision in the theater, it would be nice if this were a future option feature for K
And while streamers have made up quality ground (Apple having the best quality in my eyes), there is still a visual and audible delta favoring K.
Ultimately you don't evaluate K only from a raw dollar perspective (just like we really dont do so with our overall theater expenditures). Without heavy calculus, if you can afford it, it is broadly "worth it", provided they hit all the key marks (disc-equivalent immersive codecs being top of the list - and finally starting to flesh out it seems), increased studio support, and some library extension/protection (MA or whatever Cheena is cooking up). Title premiums to a degree I can accept, but mid $30's for an 80's film is a bit much. But ease of disclose library access, no rolling-your-own-ripping, GUI, multi-room support, are quite nice.
If they continue to hit all the marks...