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  1. Dave Moritz

    Is Dolby Atmos & DTS-X the last format consumers will support?

    While this could apply to both disc and streaming formats let's try not to concern ourselves with the delivery format but the audio format and the number of channels delivered by the audio format. We have come such a long way on the audio side and many of us have been in this hobby since the...
  2. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A few words about...™ Waterworld -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    With a bit of time, opinions sometimes change. At the time of release, I found the film interesting and likable, but far from greatness. Even then, I felt that Kevin Reynolds' 1995 Waterworld, received a bad rap by reviewers, based in no small part, to its production cost. It was that two...
  3. aceinc

    Atmos & DTS-X from computer while waiting for UBP-X800M2

    I put in my ceiling speakers, I have 11 channels of amplification (minimum of 200 watts per). I have a Marantz AV7704 and I want to hear what everything will do. Sources attached to the system include; Sony XBR75X900F Xfinity X1 DVR. Sony BDP-S370 An older HP desktop with HDMI out running...
  4. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A few words about...™ Jurassic Park - 25th Anniversary Collection -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    This one is simple. The first four Jurassic Park productions (1993 - 2015), are included in Universal's new 4k boxed set, and the difference between the last Blu-ray releases, and the new 4k is astounding. Probably best described as a veil having been lifted. While the Blu-rays are all...
  5. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A few words about...™ Braveheart & Gladiator -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    Paramount continues to mine their back catalog, and that's a good thing. Braveheart and Gladiator are two very different films, but share a common thread. Freedom, personal as well as national. In 4k, they appear quite different, with Braveheart appearing more film-like, presumably based upon...