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Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Robert Harris, Apr 27, 2019.
Does Best Buy magnolia sell the 9000
Panasonic UB9000 was originally set to arrive 5/22 on a Wednesday but it must be ahead of schedule and FedEx just informed me it will be delivered by end of day Tuesday 5/21. Can not wait to get this player hooked up to my Marantz SR-8012 and my Sony A9F 4K OLED!
Best Buy website shows the 820 but I did not see the 9000. You can get the 9000 for $999 and outside of NY if you get it through Value Electronics they will not charge you sales tax or shipping! Something to consider and they will be happy to help you if you have any questions or problems.
Thanks for the response
Ordered from Value Electronics...
O, Lucky Man! Congratulations!!
P.S. Every Philip deserves a Panny 9000.
Received my Panasonic UB9000 from Value Electronics today! Am very happy with my player and will get into the menus tomorrow. First movie with the new player was Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2!
I’m convinced ordered today. Love the 820 but wanted the upgrade. Here tomorrow.
If have been following this thread over at AVSForum:
There has been repeated mention (at least up until the end of March) of issues where there were picture issues and/or a lockup which mandated stopping and restarting. Here is a mention of settings that helped:
Just received mine today to replace my bd820 which was a great player for me not one issue. This is a real solid beast. Set up was fast and easy. Looking forward to a lot of years of use. The build quality is just amazing. My system is not very generous especially audio wise, just a Samsung hw-n950 soundbar but it suits my space needs. Video I’m using a lgg7p OLED which I love.
The build quality is amazing and 4K blu-rays look amazing with this player and my Sony OLED!
just to share with all the difference between
Japanese domestic version and international version
Built difference between the Japanese Domestic Market version
against the model sold in U.S.(international version)
is it worth paying the extra importing from Japan... it'll be ur decision.
I'm so behind. So much technology to catch up on. But, whenever my day comes to capture that Panny 9000, I'll be eager to see how the uprez action works on my vast collection of Beta's.
Summertime Flash Sale on the UB9000 and UB820! Ends Sunday, June 23rd.
- UB9000, *5% Instant Rebate with Visa, MasterCard or AMEX purchase, all in delivered $949.00
- UB820, *10% Instant Rebate with Visa, MasterCard or AMEX, all in delivered $449.98
*Exclusively at Value Electronics
UB820 is on promotion again through July 13th. It's a $50 instant rebate taken off the price at checkout.
I rounded it down and took off the additional $0.99 to make it an even $449. from us. Sale ends Saturday, July 13th and if the Roadmap does not change, no more sales are scheduled.
In celebration of the launch of Spear & Munsil's new Hand Forged Benchmark 10bit UHD/HDR disc we're including the disc with the purchase of the UB9000.
You probably should post a link, again.
I would think about getting one if there was a region free version and had DV.
@JohnRice thx! https://www.valueelectronics.com/Panasonic_UB820.php
@Edwin-S, The UB820 supports Dolby Vision, but most folks disable DV so they take advantage of Panasonic's priority HDR Optimizer to build an infinite amount of custom tone curves that best match your TV or projectors peak luminance ability.
I read on a thread a workaround to play most region locked 1080p BD titles.
In the past, all Panasonic BR players had a key-sequence hack for region free playback. I think it might vary by player. I have a couple older, cheap Panasonic players and it worked on them. No idea about the UHD models.
The key sequence hack doesn't work on all non-Region A titles, unfortunately. Apparently it's dependant on the authoring of the disc. Region B Studio Canal releases, for example, are problematic. In other words, it's a crap shoot.