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Amazon 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Reductions - Life of Pi, Maze Runner, X-Men (Xbox One S Owners) from £16.72

£16.72 @ Amazon
Amazon have reduced the price of a few 4k blu-rays. Add £1.99 postage for non prime. Life of Pi £16.82 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-Ultra-Blu-ray-Digital-Copy/dp/B01C8LXARS/ref=sr_1_2?s=dvd&ie=… Read More
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jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.


It's a £200 4K blu Ray player..... can't expect everything for that price, it is primarily a games console after all, bit of perspective my carp loving friend
7 Likes
Didn't realise the Xbox One S had a 4k blu ray player, makes it that much more laughable that the PS4 Pro doesn't have it. Makes me want to cancel my ps4 pro preorder
7 Likes
ScoobyZ
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Life of Pi is upscaled from 2k (1080):http://referencehometheater.com/ultrahd-blu-ray-title-info/

Life of Pi is actually perhaps one of the best examples of 3D, not 4K - it is stunning in 3d and I would go out of my way to watch 3D at 1080p over 4k any day.
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candyman86
Didn't realise the Xbox One S had a 4k blu ray player, makes it that much more laughable that the PS4 Pro doesn't have it. Makes me want to cancel my ps4 pro preorder


Big fail from Sony this one stopped me ordering one right off the bat
5 Likes
Just like blurays these will eventually fall in price.

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4 Likes #1
Heated as every bit helps, but darn 4K blurays are expensive. I recently got an Xbox One S and would really like to try out the 4K bluray capability but even at these prices they aren't exactly giving them away. Just one of these nearly buys me two months of top tier Netflix with 4K streaming. I know the bluray will be better quality but it's way off the mark in terms of VFM sadly...
1 Like #2
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
5 Likes #3
Just like blurays these will eventually fall in price.
7 Likes #4
Didn't realise the Xbox One S had a 4k blu ray player, makes it that much more laughable that the PS4 Pro doesn't have it. Makes me want to cancel my ps4 pro preorder
4 Likes #5
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.
33 Likes #6
jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.


It's a £200 4K blu Ray player..... can't expect everything for that price, it is primarily a games console after all, bit of perspective my carp loving friend
6 Likes #7
candyman86
Didn't realise the Xbox One S had a 4k blu ray player, makes it that much more laughable that the PS4 Pro doesn't have it. Makes me want to cancel my ps4 pro preorder


Big fail from Sony this one stopped me ordering one right off the bat
1 Like #8
These are from discsforall and fulfilled by Amazon, heat added but bear in mind your not buying from Amazon but a third party
2 Likes #9
jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.

Derp
1 Like #10
Foley2001_uk
These are from discsforall and fulfilled by Amazon, heat added but bear in mind your not buying from Amazon but a third party

You can buy them from Amazon if you prefer, albeit a few pence more expensive.
1 Like #11
Not just for x box one owners!
I have a Samsung 4k ultra hd player and have The Martian disc i got with player and Kingsman i got really cheap frpm Amazon a few months ago for £8.99 .Now that was a bargain which sadly didnt last long!
1 Like #12
The Martian is on pre order for tomorrow too for £19.99. That's my first 4K blue ray to test on my Xbox
5 Likes #13
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning


Life of Pi is upscaled from 2k (1080):

http://referencehometheater.com/ultrahd-blu-ray-title-info/

Edited By: ScoobyZ on Oct 02, 2016 19:36
7 Likes #14
ScoobyZ
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Life of Pi is upscaled from 2k (1080):http://referencehometheater.com/ultrahd-blu-ray-title-info/

Life of Pi is actually perhaps one of the best examples of 3D, not 4K - it is stunning in 3d and I would go out of my way to watch 3D at 1080p over 4k any day.
1 Like #15
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning


Try Avatar too. Wasn't that fussed with HD but 4K was stunning
#16
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning


best looking films I have are Sicario and the revenant
#17
Foley2001_uk
jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.


It's a £200 4K blu Ray player..... can't expect everything for that price, it is primarily a games console after all, bit of perspective my carp loving friend


lol...carp loving get friend that cracked me up :D
2 Likes #18
spinks
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Try Avatar too. Wasn't that fussed with HD but 4K was stunning

Avatar isn't available on 4K!
#19
rd3d2
ScoobyZ
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Life of Pi is upscaled from 2k (1080):http://referencehometheater.com/ultrahd-blu-ray-title-info/

Life of Pi is actually perhaps one of the best examples of 3D, not 4K - it is stunning in 3d and I would go out of my way to watch 3D at 1080p over 4k any day.


No, but Life of Pi in 4K HDR is what you really want.
1 Like #20
Thanks just bought a KS7000 Samsung today and got the xbox one S gears bundle arriving end of week so need some 4k blu-ray to try it out. heated
#21
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
1 Like #22
Bear in mind that a fair few of these are mastered in 2K. Life of Pi and Mad Max for example aren't significantly better than the standard Blu-ray other than offering HDR and higher quality audio tracks (Which the Xbox One S and some cheaper 4K Blu-ray players don't support)
2 Likes #23
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.


Just watched Labyrinth in 4K, looks very good but clearly a product of its time. It's as clear as it ever was or will be - this really could be the last time you ever need to buy it. £20 at HMV if you're interested.
#24
spinks
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Try Avatar too. Wasn't that fussed with HD but 4K was stunning

Avatar 4k?? thats not out yet ???
#25
sJohnson23
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
Just watched Labyrinth in 4K, looks very good but clearly a product of its time. It's as clear as it ever was or will be - this really could be the last time you ever need to buy it. £20 at HMV if you're interested.

Thanks a lot, I saw HMV have a Labyrinth 4K Steelbook. As long as the transfer represents the source material, that's the main thing.
1 Like #26
sJohnson23
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
Just watched Labyrinth in 4K, looks very good but clearly a product of its time. It's as clear as it ever was or will be - this really could be the last time you ever need to buy it. £20 at HMV if you're interested.

Film gave me terrible nightmares when I was a kid, never watched it since. Bought it on DVD as an adult, still haven't plucked up the courage to watch it again ;)
2 Likes #27
5Rivers79
Just like blurays these will eventually fall in price.

Possibly the most redundant statement in all of recorded history. :D
2 Likes #28
For me most films will I only watch once so buying is not ideal at the current prices , lovefilm need to get round to letting us rent the UHD discs via post .
1 Like #29
Joke of a price cold
#30
HedgyHoggy
5Rivers79
Just like blurays these will eventually fall in price.

Possibly the most redundant statement in all of recorded history. :D


lol As in sooner rather than later.
1 Like #31
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.


Xbox One S mate. Way cheaper than any other 4K Bluray player with the added bonus of being a games console. Only £200+
#32
Does the X-men blu ray have hdr?
#33
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#34
Foley2001_uk
jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.


It's a £200 4K blu Ray player..... can't expect everything for that price, it is primarily a games console after all, bit of perspective my carp loving friend


Yes exactly, I bought mine for £239 which came with club card points and sold the 3 games which came with it.. forza horizon 3, overwatch and fifa 17 for about £90 so bought the xbox one s for around £150 so for £150 which has a 4k player and everything defiantly worth it, quite cheap

Edited By: Ozziecane on Oct 03, 2016 08:10: m
#35
Foley2001_uk
jallsey
One S is carp no Atmos or DTSX, can't run another 4K source i. e. Sky Q through it either.


It's a £200 4K blu Ray player..... can't expect everything for that price, it is primarily a games console after all, bit of perspective my carp loving friend


Regardless of price, you just don't do half a job
1 Like #36
4k discs are a complete swiz at the moment, a couple have already been mentioned but not one of the discs in the OP comes from an actual 4k (or above) master.

‘The Maze Runner’ – Shot mostly in 2k mixed with some 5k, with a 4k Digital intermediate
‘Life of Pi’ – Shot in 2k, with a 2k Digital intermediate
‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ – Shot in 2k, with a 2k Digital intermediate
#37
billwilliams
spinks
goatboy_71
Life of Pi is possibly THE best example of what 4K is all about, it looks stunning
Try Avatar too. Wasn't that fussed with HD but 4K was stunning

Avatar 4k?? thats not out yet ???


Totally not available anywhere? ;)
2 Likes #38
MiskyBoyy
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
Xbox One S mate. Way cheaper than any other 4K Bluray player with the added bonus of being a games console. Only £200+

Except if you actually have a 4K TV and you're more into gaming than you are movies (which I definitely am) then you'll get much, much more out of your PS4 Pro than you would buying an Xbox One S, the latter being inferior to both the PS4 Pro and PS4 original/slim as well. So the only advantage left to the S is that it plays physical 4K movies. But it does nothing other than that.

Two hours watching a movie once that you've had to pay through the nose for, or a game you'll spent countless hours in and can still stream and watch 4K movie content (with only a small difference in quality compared to the disc version) anyway so you don't even miss out?

It's a no brainer for me.. PS4 Pro all the way, even with Microsoft's next Xbox coming out in another year or so.


Edited By: schnide on Oct 03, 2016 12:09
#39
MiskyBoyy
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
Xbox One S mate. Way cheaper than any other 4K Bluray player with the added bonus of being a games console. Only £200+

What does the Xbox S not support in terms of 4K films? bearing in mind most people using an Xbox S wont have £1000 audio systems... thanks
#40
AcornGuy2012
sJohnson23
AcornGuy2012
What's the going rate for 4K players these days? I haven't bitten yet as it's early days and we're still at the Hollywood blockbuster phase. But once we start getting vintage cinema on the format I'll be in for one.
Just watched Labyrinth in 4K, looks very good but clearly a product of its time. It's as clear as it ever was or will be - this really could be the last time you ever need to buy it. £20 at HMV if you're interested.

Thanks a lot, I saw HMV have a Labyrinth 4K Steelbook. As long as the transfer represents the source material, that's the main thing.


I nearly got Labyrinth as my first 4k film to test it but decided against it as i wanted the true 4k look so ended up with deadpool
(Its also £19.99 delivered on amazon)

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