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Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Player with High-Resolution Audio and Hi-Fi Quality @ Amazon £175
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Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Player with High-Resolution Audio and Hi-Fi Quality @ Amazon £175

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Posted 24th Aug

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Bring real cinema homeGet the real cinema experience with this 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player.

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Get closer to reality with 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayFind yourself at the heart of every movie and series. 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray shows everything in finer detail than ever before, so you feel like you’re seeing the real thing.

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Discover new depths of realism with 4K High Dynamic RangeGo deeper into the detail with High Dynamic Range (HDR). Combined with the clarity of 4K, HDR brings previously hidden areas alive with new brightness, shades and colours.

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HDR vs SDRHDR signals contain up to 100x the brightness of a standard (SDR) signal, massively increasing peak brightness while retaining deep and highly-detailed blacks, for an entirely new viewing experience.

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Sound that takes you to another place: Dolby Atmos and DTS:XListen as lightning cracks, sirens wail, and car horns blare all around you in startling clarity with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, one of the leading audio codecs favoured by cinemas everywhere.

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Dolby AtmosAtmos treats sounds as separate objects, releasing them from typical channels to move freely around and even above you, for deeply immersive surround sound.

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All the colours in natureSupport for the BT.2020 colour spaces means access to a much wider range of colours than conventional TV signals offer. This ultra-wide colour space means content creators can deliver much more saturated and realistic colour from deep aquatic blues to natural greens and vibrant reds.

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DSEE HXUpscale the frequency and dynamic range of MP3s and other compressed music – and even your CDs – to near high-resolution quality, so you can get the full experience of the original recording.

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A match made in home cinemaPair the UBP-X800 with the STR-DN1080 receiver for the ultimate home entertainment experience. From the stylish coordinated design through to the enhanced picture and sound quality, the beauty’s in the detail.

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Get the best out of every trackLike going from HD video to 4K, High-Resolution Audio tracks are far higher quality than MP3s and even CDs, letting you hear every breath, every drumbeat, every note.

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Play anythingThe UBP-X800's playing power goes far beyond 4K UHD Blu-ray discs. You can watch, listen to, and stream almost anything you like – including most high-definition video and High-Resolution Audio formats, and a host of popular streaming services.

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All your entertainment in one placeEnjoy fast, stable streaming from a variety of services. The UBP-X800 offers up to 4K video streaming thanks to wireless with dual band MIMO technology, for a strong signal – even on the edge of your wireless network’s range.

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Delve deeper into your favouritesAmplify the effect of every cinematic moment when you watch privately. The UBP-X800 supports Bluetooth audio transmission so you can use your favourite Bluetooth headphones for private viewing, without wires.
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Any better than Oppo 203?
sev8024/08/2019 20:40

Any better than Oppo 203?


Definitely not... But great for the price.
tebbo6524/08/2019 20:45

Definitely not... But great for the price.


I still use xbox one s but need to upgrade...
I'm was lucky and picked up an Oppo at a good price £450, before they became as rare as RHS. When I was researching alternatives I did look at the Sony 700. Better reviews than the 800 and Dolby Vision support. Reason I went with the Oppo is it plays any files I chuck at it and didn't need streaming apps as their covered via my LG oled.
Edited by: "tebbo65" 24th Aug
My old ef950v doesn't support Dolby Vision but definitely I need new 4k player with Dolby Vision support. I wish to upgrade TV as well but kept it for large 3D blu-ray collection...
sev8024/08/2019 21:07

My old ef950v doesn't support Dolby Vision but definitely I need new 4k …My old ef950v doesn't support Dolby Vision but definitely I need new 4k player with Dolby Vision support. I wish to upgrade TV as well but kept it for large 3D blu-ray collection...


Dilemma with that one
Missed it the last time so got it this time cheers.
tebbo6524/08/2019 20:57

I'm was lucky and picked up an Oppo at a good price £450, before they …I'm was lucky and picked up an Oppo at a good price £450, before they became as rare as RHS.


Royal Horticutural Society..?
No824/08/2019 23:42

Royal Horticutural Society..?


Rocking horse shxt

Would this work well with.my.oled c8?
Built like a tank - no disc wobbling here! Ive got a multi region one and its a rock solid player. Very good price.
tebbo6524/08/2019 20:57

I'm was lucky and picked up an Oppo at a good price £450, before they …I'm was lucky and picked up an Oppo at a good price £450, before they became as rare as RHS. When I was researching alternatives I did look at the Sony 700. Better reviews than the 800 and Dolby Vision support. Reason I went with the Oppo is it plays any files I chuck at it and didn't need streaming apps as their covered via my LG oled.


So the 700 is better than the 800? Got love these numbering BS. Would my oled be better with the 700 then?
daz_7524/08/2019 23:55

So the 700 is better than the 800? Got love these numbering BS. Would my …So the 700 is better than the 800? Got love these numbering BS. Would my oled be better with the 700 then?


I think so. Look at the specs/reviews of each of them.
Edited by: "tebbo65" 25th Aug
So 4K bluray is still a thing? Samsung sent it off to join the big Laserdisc pile in the sky a while back no?
vulcanproject25/08/2019 00:12

So 4K bluray is still a thing? Samsung sent it off to join the big …So 4K bluray is still a thing? Samsung sent it off to join the big Laserdisc pile in the sky a while back no?


Well, Samsung made the decision to rush and go first into the market rather than take their time and release an actual good player. I think that had more to do with their decision when they realised no one was buying their players anymore (once Panasonic, Sony, Oppo etc caught up).
mckee7425/08/2019 00:34

Well, Samsung made the decision to rush and go first into the market …Well, Samsung made the decision to rush and go first into the market rather than take their time and release an actual good player. I think that had more to do with their decision when they realised no one was buying their players anymore (once Panasonic, Sony, Oppo etc caught up).


I think it is less about Samsung's players and more about the fact there is no viable long term mass market for UHD Bluray.
vulcanproject25/08/2019 00:12

So 4K bluray is still a thing? Samsung sent it off to join the big …So 4K bluray is still a thing? Samsung sent it off to join the big Laserdisc pile in the sky a while back no?


Shield + Plex + remux =
vulcanproject25/08/2019 00:46

I think it is less about Samsung's players and more about the fact there …I think it is less about Samsung's players and more about the fact there is no viable long term mass market for UHD Bluray.


We'll see. As with your example of Laserdisc, that went on for twenty years without a mass market and I know more people with UHD players, then I ever heard with laserdisc players.

And yes, I have both. Long live laserdisc!
mckee7425/08/2019 00:50

We'll see. As with your example of Laserdisc, that went on for twenty …We'll see. As with your example of Laserdisc, that went on for twenty years without a mass market and I know more people with UHD players, then I ever heard with laserdisc players.And yes, I have both. Long live laserdisc!


Saying you know more people with UHD Bluray players than Laserdiscs is like saying you know more people with Ebola than Smallpox to be fair.

The difficulty with these formats is really the market is going to be constantly disrupted by the next resolution or technology they cannot adapt to, whereas streaming can. I doubt we'll ever see a physical movie format remotely on the scale of DVD ever again. They are good only for enthusiasts such as yourself these days.
daz_7524/08/2019 23:55

So the 700 is better than the 800? Got love these numbering BS. Would my …So the 700 is better than the 800? Got love these numbering BS. Would my oled be better with the 700 then?


Yeah it’s a mess. The 700 is a cheaper model - it looks quite basic and the build quality isn’t as good, but because it’s newer it’s got better specs than the 800. I’d have liked the 800 as it matches my other equipment better, but got the 700, it’s definitely the one to go for
Stunning with audio!
Agree the 700 is better spec. Bought mine as a refurb from Sony Centres Direct. Well pleased with it.

If you look on Sony Centres Direct they are actually charging £179 for a refurb X800, so this is a great price.
Edited by: "rav4cas" 25th Aug
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