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Spider-Man: Far From Home 4K UHD review & screenshots: https://www.doblu.com/2019/10/02/...hd-review/
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Good price but I picked this up on BF last year from Amazon for 7.96. Yes it was the 4k uhd version
I'm not trying to beat you down or anything but generally you get what you pay for and a $300 tv and tcl's in general are budget tvs that usually make sacrifices on quality. I've never owned a tcl and I don't know what model you have so I can't really tell you its a bad tv. I would assume you could tell a difference streaming vs 4k blu ray even on the cheapest tvs but again I'm not sure. Just save yourself some money and keep streaming instead of buying discs :p
LG OLEDs are the ones to go for if you want the best results. You will end up spending $1100+ on them. And remember to check out the right calibration settings on rtings dot com. That is for all TVs.

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Good price but I picked this up on BF last year from Amazon for 7.96. Yes it was the 4k uhd version
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
I'm not trying to beat you down or anything but generally you get what you pay for and a $300 tv and tcl's in general are budget tvs that usually make sacrifices on quality. I've never owned a tcl and I don't know what model you have so I can't really tell you its a bad tv. I would assume you could tell a difference streaming vs 4k blu ray even on the cheapest tvs but again I'm not sure. Just save yourself some money and keep streaming instead of buying discs :p
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
LG OLEDs are the ones to go for if you want the best results. You will end up spending $1100+ on them. And remember to check out the right calibration settings on rtings dot com. That is for all TVs.
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
Also I find it most noticeable in darker scenes or just looking at the backgrounds and especially skys. I notice a lot of grain in the picture when streaming which is almost 100% gone on 4k blu ray for me
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
Also consider a true 4k movie. This one is upscaled like most special effects movies. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Sp...ay/246789/ Honestly nature documentaries look the best.
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They botched the Atmos mix on this. DTS master audio track on the regular Blu-ray is better. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Sp...ay/246789/
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Also consider a true 4k movie. This one is upscaled like most special effects movies. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Sp...ay/246789/ Honestly nature documentaries look the best.
good to bookmark / add to home screen:

https://4kmedia.org/real-or-fake-4k/

Unfortunately, it was last updated January 2020

Does anyone have another resource for this info?
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Doesn't mention digital in the listing or photo of product
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I've got a few questions for you all. So I got a $300 4k tv with "HDR" a couple of years ago,and the Sony X700 player. That TV was too small and we now have a 55" tcl with hdr and qled (I guess). It is marginally better but not worth the cost. Don't even get me started on hooking up my pc to the TV and using hdr there, it's worthless. Anyways sorry for the rant. I bought this movie as a showcase for my son and wife, it's really not that impressive. I haven't yet seen THAT much improvement with all this vs. just streaming the stuff. My question is, how much money do you have to throw in the ring to reap the benefits of 4k ON DISC?
Which TCL TV do you have? I am guessing the 6 series if it is QLED, which is regularly and widely considered the best TV for the money by many reviewers. You might be using the wrong cable. If it isn't the 4k compatible, it won't play in 4k even with a 4k TV and 4k player.

Other thing, every TV with an eco mode typically ships in that mode to hit energy star ratings. Both of my TCLs did - 4 series and 6 series. Eco mode is awful. First thing to do is switch out of eco mode. Try movie mode. You are best off changing video settings individually. Keep in mind you have to manually change settings based I think on input, but it might also be HDR type with input. I have the old P607 and it amazing. We are waiting for the R635 to go on sale and getting a 75".
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They botched the Atmos mix on this. DTS master audio track on the regular Blu-ray is better. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Sp...ay/246789/
Haven't watched the bluray, but the Atmos is amazing. The scene when we see "Fury" get shot almost made me crap myself. It is one if the best scenes for overhead usage. A few other scenes had amazing use of Atmos object-based audio, surrounds, etc. I have a 5.1.4 set up. I don't know if you use something else.
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