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Looks like it only has one HDMI output, so unless your receiver supports HDCP 2.2 you'll be limited to plain DTS or Dolby Digital 5.1 using the optical output (DVD quality audio). Other models have 2 HDMI ports, 1 for 4k video to the TV, and 1 for high bitrate audio to a receiver.

This isn't a problem if you're just using a sound bar or built in TV speakers, or if you have a receiver made in the last 2-3 years, but something to consider for those that already have a home theater set up.
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only support HDR10, no Dolby vision


Dolby Digital Plus
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Dolby Digital
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Dolby Atmos
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It will but if you are going for the image quality of an OLED, which is the best, you will want a 4k Blu-ray player that also supports Dolby Vision, a newer HDR standard that is supposed to be a noticeable improvement over HDR 10. Dolby Vision will be pretty much guaranteed in an OLED set so purchasing a compatible player that also supports it would be my suggestion.

Things to look for that I would consider mandatory:
HDR 10 (pretty picture)
Dolby Vision (competitors pretty picture)
Atmos (fancy sound)
DTS: X (competitors fancy sound)

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Good Netflix app support (Googling "samsung blu-ray netflix 4k" or replace samsung with sony, lg,etc will often take you to forums where a bit of research will get you the answers): meaning that LG, Sony, or whoever makes the blu-ray player is in charge of keeping the Netflix software upgraded. So if they are fumbling with it access to Netflix content in 4k and Atmos will be unavailable despite having the proper HDCP 2.2 setup.
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Nice, in for 1. Just got my 55" TCL 4K TV yesterday and this will fit nicely with that Smilie
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only support HDR10, no Dolby vision


Dolby Digital Plus
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Looks like it only has one HDMI output, so unless your receiver supports HDCP 2.2 you'll be limited to plain DTS or Dolby Digital 5.1 using the optical output (DVD quality audio). Other models have 2 HDMI ports, 1 for 4k video to the TV, and 1 for high bitrate audio to a receiver.

This isn't a problem if you're just using a sound bar or built in TV speakers, or if you have a receiver made in the last 2-3 years, but something to consider for those that already have a home theater set up.
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Nice price. Does this support OLED sets?
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Nice price. Does this support OLED sets?
It will but if you are going for the image quality of an OLED, which is the best, you will want a 4k Blu-ray player that also supports Dolby Vision, a newer HDR standard that is supposed to be a noticeable improvement over HDR 10. Dolby Vision will be pretty much guaranteed in an OLED set so purchasing a compatible player that also supports it would be my suggestion.

Things to look for that I would consider mandatory:
HDR 10 (pretty picture)
Dolby Vision (competitors pretty picture)
Atmos (fancy sound)
DTS: X (competitors fancy sound)

Secondary:
Good Netflix app support (Googling "samsung blu-ray netflix 4k" or replace samsung with sony, lg,etc will often take you to forums where a bit of research will get you the answers): meaning that LG, Sony, or whoever makes the blu-ray player is in charge of keeping the Netflix software upgraded. So if they are fumbling with it access to Netflix content in 4k and Atmos will be unavailable despite having the proper HDCP 2.2 setup.
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It will but if you are going for the image quality of an OLED, which is the best, you will want a 4k Blu-ray player that also supports Dolby Vision, a newer HDR standard that is supposed to be a noticeable improvement over HDR 10. Dolby Vision will be pretty much guaranteed in an OLED set so purchasing a compatible player that also supports it would be my suggestion.

Things to look for that I would consider mandatory:
HDR 10 (pretty picture)
Dolby Vision (competitors pretty picture)
Atmos (fancy sound)
DTS: X (competitors fancy sound)

Secondary:
Good Netflix app support (Googling "samsung blu-ray netflix 4k" or replace samsung with sony, lg,etc will often take you to forums where a bit of research will get you the answers): meaning that LG, Sony, or whoever makes the blu-ray player is in charge of keeping the Netflix software upgraded. So if they are fumbling with it access to Netflix content in 4k and Atmos will be unavailable despite having the proper HDCP 2.2 setup.
Thanks for the feature breakdown. Which players would you suggest? Thanks!
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Damn 4k players Going down in price
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Can I use this as a optical drive, such as read DVD to install software into my laptop?
No you can't
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No you can't
Too bad, occasionally I need an optical drive to install software. It does have a USB port...
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4K players seem to be larger than regular blu ray players. Anyone know why?
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