- Dec 9, 1998
- Real Name
The 4-disc set that offers one 4K disc and the three Blu-rays is meant for people that have upgraded to 4K, but still might want to watch the Blu-ray of the movie on their non-4K setups in their households. I'm one of those people that has three HT setups, but only 2 of them are 4K capable. As well as people that haven't upgrade to 4K yet, but either plan to or might do so in the future.Again, Robert, unless I’m misunderstanding the release strategy, there are two different sets - a 3-disc and a 4-disc. They both include the Blu-ray of the film. The 4k is the fourth disc found only in the 4k / 4-disc set, which has different packaging.
How would late or non-4k upgraders be left out in the cold with the 4-disc set?
It seems that everyone gets a Blu-ray, whether they desire it or not.
I don't quite understand why you have a problem with that issue???