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Sony 4K HD Blu-Ray player
Model No.: UBPX700

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I experienced freezing with both this player and the X800M2 on UHD playback, seems to be common among this line. I bought a used Panasonic UB820 and haven't looked back plus it has tons of features.
Streaming is compressed and lossy. My uncompressed 1080p content streams at higher bandwidth than Amazon and Netflix 4k content. For lots of people, thats just fine. For those with higher end home theater setups, they want the best picture and sound possible.
Better picture. Better sound. Actual ownership. Not dependant on internet or network availability or reliability. No worries of exceeding data caps. Etc., etc.

Physical media is best in all situations, over than convenience.

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I experienced freezing with both this player and the X800M2 on UHD playback, seems to be common among this line. I bought a used Panasonic UB820 and haven't looked back plus it has tons of features.
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I experienced freezing with both this player and the X800M2 on UHD playback, seems to be common among this line. I bought a used Panasonic UB820 and haven't looked back plus it has tons of featuresz
I get freezing on my LG ubk90 also especially on 100gb three layer discs. Does the Panny solve this for all discs?
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I experienced freezing with both this player and the X800M2 on UHD playback, seems to be common among this line. I bought a used Panasonic UB820 and haven't looked back plus it has tons of featuresz
Odd. I bought this model refurbished for like $50 and it has only frozen one time in over 20 discs. Turned it off and back on and it was fine.
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I get freezing on my LG ubk90 also especially on 100gb three layer discs. Does the Panny solve this for all discs?
The UB820 is right below the Oppo in terms of 'prestige' I personally haven't had any issues whatsoever versus when I had the Sony players. And the feature set on the 820 is quite large with a lot of adjustable settings that the Sony did not have. I got mine on eBay without the remote for around $230 and found the remote on Amazon for $10, was well worth it.
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I experienced freezing with both this player and the X800M2 on UHD playback, seems to be common among this line. I bought a used Panasonic UB820 and haven't looked back plus it has tons of featuresz
Make sure your HDMI cable can pass at least 18gbps.
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Does anyone have any insight as to whether or not we can expect Black Friday sales on any UHD players (particularly budget ones)? After finding out the next gen consoles won't be supporting Dolby Vision for their 4K Blu-ray playback I'm now in the market for a standalone player
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Does anyone have any insight as to whether or not we can expect Black Friday sales on any UHD players (particularly budget ones)? After finding out the next gen consoles won't be supporting Dolby Vision for their 4K Blu-ray playback I'm now in the market for a standalone player
The Xbox series X will support Dolby vision later next year.
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Odd. I bought this model refurbished for like $50 and it has only frozen one time in over 20 discs. Turned it off and back on and it was fine.
Where did you get it from? I could use a 4K player for 50 dollars lol
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How does this compare to an Xbox one S ?
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I got this model refurbished for $50 the last time it was up and other than freezing up and not ejecting the very first time I plugged it in, it has been solid and problem free.

The lock up issue was easily solved via a hard reset and has not returned, nor have any other issues. The player's Youtube app also supports HDR.
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How does this compare to an Xbox one S ?
Much better. Better picture, with less grain, faster, and better upscaling of non UHD discs.

Xbox is the much better value though, due to everything else it can do. If all you care about is disc playback then the Sony easily tops it, but I wouldn't purchase one over the X1S unless it was $100 cheaper.
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The Xbox series X will support Dolby vision later next year.
Source? Everything I have read and watched so far says differently.
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Make sure your HDMI cable can pass at least 18gbps.
Yes, this was using Premium Certified cables less than 6ft in length.
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