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RE: It depends on the size....

The key take away from that article is HDR or Dolby Vision. The resolution itself won't make night & day, but, HDR or Dolby Vision will, even on smaller displays.

HDR is what increases the color gamet and depth. You want to be sure if your display can do HDR, it's engaged. Some first gen 4k players will have you turn on the HDR inside settings, and, some displays HDMI inputs may only accept HDR via certain inputs. You really need to check the manuals on this.

To recap 4k its not the big upgrade, it's HDr or Dolby Vision. They are competing technologies that do sort of the same thing. Like Dolby and DTS to sound.

I think there may have been an issue like mentioned above on Planet Earth when viewed, that's supposed to be the "go to" disc for 4K.

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  • RE: It depends on the size.... - Mr Peabody 12:58:47 07/10/18 (0)


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