Archive for category Blue Ray Players
“Don’t shed any more tears over the demise of Oppo. The Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player steps up to the plate and hits a home run on its first at-bat. With fantastic 4K processing, terrific upscaling, seamless Netflix streaming, razor-sharp 3D playback, and a couple of handy tools to optimize and customize HDR to your personal viewing environment, this high-quality 4K UHD Blu-ray player instantly rises to the top of its field. Once it gets its Dolby Vision firmware update this fall, the UB820 will be the standard bearer for all future 4K UHD machines. And at a list price of $499, it’s cheaper now than the Oppo UDP-203 ever was. Is it perfect? No home video component ever is. But it’s close enough to make me glad I waited for it. Forget spending upwards of a grand for an Oppo 203 on eBay. Get the Panasonic UB-820 instead. You won’t be disappointed. On the contrary, I bet you’ll be thrilled. Highly Recommended.”
Physical integrity is also accorded some serious thoughts as the entire structure are reinforced with 3mm high rigidity steel plates to cut down on structural vibration.In addition to HDR, the UDP-LX500 is also designed to be HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatible with the proper UHD Blu-ray movies.No price was available at the time of display at the KL International AV Show 2018 and it is expected to hit the stores sometime in late September/early October”
Yet there’s one big caveat. In a world of smart, connected devices the UP870 is fabulously, gloriously “dumb.” Answer me this: Do you buy a Blu-ray player based on how well it streams Netflix? If yes, then you should probably stop reading now. The UP870 doesn’t stream Netflix, Amazon, YouTube or anything at all.
On the other hand you probably already have multiple streaming devices, so you don’t really need streaming on your Blu-ray player. The UP870 also excludes other stuff you probably won’t need or use, such as, and concentrates on the necessities. The LG is cheap and it’s good. What else do you want?”