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Panasonic: 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player (DP-UB391EB), £99.99 at on 27th September (Pre-order)
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Price currently showing as £199.01 pre-order but the image says 'Zoom day exclusive only £99.99 while stocks last' Their 'Zoom Day' is tomorrow 27th September

It’s £159


My order was dispatched on the 5th as listed on the Zoom day. Player turned up today (8th) via TNT Express 24 and packaged well. Will see how this baby performs in a few days.


cold not a recorder.


Ive always found the picture and sound quality to be better on a disc compared to streaming. I have large projection screen 120" and full surround system and it is definitely a noticeable improvement. Not sure how much difference it will make on anything smaller than a 65" screen though.


Whats difference playing discs on this compared to watching 4k on netflix

Panasonic Smart 3D Blu-ray Player with 4K Upscaling  £62 @ Sainsbury’s.  Code only works for new online customers
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Great bargain if you can avail first time customer discount

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Showing £80 again for me now.


Is picture quality any different from a ps4 or Xbox one?


i was under the impression that all blu-ray players were able to play 3d blu-ray discs am i wrong ?


It won't make toast either. Don't be mislead.

LG UBK80 4K Ultra HD HDR Blu-ray Player - Black Amazon  £130
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
4k uhd blu ray player
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Voted hot as it's the best price. Don't use your Xbox, gone a one s and a one X, the uhd is hit and miss, and the quality is just not the same. Get a decent one and the Blu-ray upscale to 4k is exceptional.


After the fiasco of the UP-970, just avoid.


just buy an xbox one s and get much more for just a few quid extra

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Sony UBPX800 Black - 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player with Integrated WiFi and Bluetooth with free copy of Spiderman: Homecoming £274 (£254 with code SUN20) @ Co-op Electrical
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Take an extra £20 off when you spend £250 or more. Enter your membership number at the checkout and use promotional code SUN20. Offer ends 12pm on 24/08/18. Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra… Read more

Blu-rays and UHD Blu-rays are compressed as well, Blu-rays are about 10% the size of the original digital files. It's just that streamed content is usually much more compressed. Physical media will be the best option for most people if they want the best quality (and we get lossless audio as well). Evem if we got to the point where streaming matched physical media, not everyone has access to high-speed broadband to make use of it.


You have some good points, but 4k streaming all depends on person Internet bandwidth, you need minimum 15/20 megabits to get Netflix 4k and evan that is compressed. People buy 4k blu Ray players because its true 4k without compression, plus if your Internet is weak you only have the choice of 4k blu Ray discs


UHD Blu-ray Vs Streaming interesting info?:


That sucks. Mine gets lots of use and has never displayed those symptoms. I’m glad you got it sorted and have a working player and can enjoy all that 4K HDR goodness.


I did. Bought a budget LG player. A bit too basic to be honest, but at least it plays the discs without freezing! Looked it up on the internet. Freezing is quite a common problem apparently.

Samsung 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player UBD-M7500 with HDR Technology + FREE Star Wars: The Last Jedi UHD Blu-Ray Disc £114 @ BT Shop
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Cheapest i can find this by around £15+, also part of the Samsung Promo you'll get a FREE Star Wars: The Last Jedi UHD Blu-Ray disc in the box. No codes needed and you'll get Fr… Read more
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Yes, my TV has ARC and currently do do that. However, I cant plug my virgin to my AVR as it loses picture once it detects a 4k signal.


Does your TV have ARC? if so you can use that as the connection to the AVR and it will send all audio through the AVR if not then you can use Optical that is fine but I think it only supports Dolby Digital so if you want ATMOS then you would need to use HDMI.


hi all, wondered if anyone can give any advice on my set up. I have: 4K TV Virgin Box (4K) Non 4k: AVR Xbox one Android box At present, I plug all my sources to the AVR and have one hdmi connecting AVR to TV. Because my AVR cant handle 4k, I plug the virgin box seperately. However, its a bit annoying to swap to TV sound and hdmi source everytime I wanna watch virgin. So, as Im slowly moving onto UHD, I was thinking of buying xbox S/X or a 4k bluray player. So, until I buy a 4K AVR, could I simply plug all my sources straight to the TV and have an optic cable from my TV to the AVR? Ive googled and some say yes but some say optic cable can only provide a level of quality sound.


Read some reviews on this, LG UBK90 4K Ultra HD HDR Dolby Vision Blu-Ray Player in Black, quite a bit dearer than the Samsung but probably worth it. I have the 55B7V(absolutely superb) and after LOTS of deliberation this is the 4K player that I am going for.


I have LG OLED too. Which UHD 4K player would be best?

LG UP970 UHD 4K Blu Ray player with Dolby Vision refurb £79.58 (Amazon Prime)
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Not sure what's happening with the Dolby Vision firmware (it was released, then withdrawn, then released again), but at the end of the day this is a 4K Blu Ray player for under £80… Read more

I bought one of these from Amazon Warehouse. Dreadful, loud drive noise, frequent pausing during disc playback. It went back. I imagine the models on Warehouse have been bounced from owner to owner. For the price it's worth a shot if you're willing to deal with having to send it back, but I really wouldn't place any bets on any of these pre-owned models being any good.




If you ask a question it makes you look stupid for 5 minutes – but if you don't ask – you stay stupid forever, so always ask questions in your life. :{


Sad to see the reviews. Hopefully better received 4K machines will arrive here soon.


I'm afraid, if someone asks a stupid question, they deserve a stupid answer.

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LG UP970 4k Ultra HD Blu Ray Player £106.97 at Curry's instore
LocalLocalFound 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Blu ray/4k player. This was on clearance at Curry's in Kilmarnock. Unsure if it will be nationwide.
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tasker Worth a read Tbh for the price well worth a look


I only have 22mbs and have been streaming it OK too, but how do you know what resolution you are getting? The info I saw said you would only get full resolution if your connection was fast enough.


Could anyone please comment on the pro's and con's of this player, preferably from experience. I am not interested in the merits of digital download / streaming against physical media, not am I looking for information about the Xbox One with or without an S or an X. Can we stick to what the thread is aimed at please?


Dont know how on earth you store your discs but I have a thousand and have an invention called amaray cases round them The day a download has the pjcture quality, full bandwith sound quality and ability to put it in the player and press play instead of trying to watch a download on the archaic Internet we have ill stop buying discs.


Probably the worst supported UHD player on the market by the manufacturer , too many issues avoid at any price..

Panasonic  UB400 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player £149 @ Sainsbury's Melton Road, Leicester
LocalLocalFound 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Blu-Ray & DVD UHD Player. Found in Sainsburys, Melton Road, Leicester. Down from £240 to £149 including Fantastic Beasts Blu-Ray. ***************************** Upgrade your … Read more
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1 left in the shelf in the Leigh store. pretty sure it was was £100 though on clearance, been lots of electronics stuff on clearance in Sainsburys lately


I have this player and it's great. Much better Blu Ray quality than my PS4 Pro, the upscaling in this box is lovely. Also, the Netflix app does HDR which the app on my Panasonic tx-50cx802b telly won't do. Ultra HD disc quality obviously fantastic, but worth noting no Dolby Vision support if that sort of thing bothers you (which at this point in the tech it most likely won't).


Your 4k TV probably does already?


Correction has YouTube app it's the UB-300 which does not.

Panasonic UB400  4k Blu Ray player - £149 instore at Sainsburys (Poole)
LocalLocalFound 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Got this model and it's superb , great specs , good reviews & a free 4k movie Fantastic Beasts . Lowest price I've seen it . Found in Sainsburys Alder Hills Poole

Xbox One S is only £50 more and more versatile.


Good player for the money...

Panasonics DP-UB424EGK Ultra HD Blu-ray player £198.14  from
Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 4th JunFound 4th Jun
German model of panasonics new DP-UB420 Bluray player which is sold by Currys for £50 more. Technical specifications for PANASONIC UB420 Smart 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray & DVD Player… Read more

Here's a link explaining what HDR10+ is


PS4 cannot play 4k Bluray Discs


This is the same model as the UB420 but with the German code. UK model is about £50 more than this so not a bad saving.


Doesn't play games but from what I read up about both the XBox one distorts the chrominance, not sure about the PS4 pro but I think it has the same mech as the standard PS4 and is limited by that.


Plays 4k discs.

Panasonic DMP-UB300EB HDR10 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player £119 @ Peter tyson
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
For a cheap Ultra HD 4K Bluray player with HDR10 this seems like a cracker. No Dobly VIsion support but otherwise looks sound. Review… Read more
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Lots of discs incompatible though I've read on Xbox forums


Only 1 hdmi out on might be a problem for people without 4K amps.


I got the superior ub390 which is the ub400 without wi fi for £129.99 before Christmas. So this is cold too me. 10 quid more for superior model is no brainer. It's also ultra hd premium unlike the 300.


So you’re going off your own hunch and two articles you’ve ‘googled’ that are from a couple of years ago and yet the format is still going strong. The 4k library is consistently growing.


They did particularly well to get Blu-ray as the market leader over HD-DVD. Selling the hardware in the PS3 at less than cost was something that paid off at least

Dolby Vision 4K Ultra HD HDR Blu-Ray Player - LG UP970  - £149.97 @ Amazon prime exclusive
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Seem like a good clearance price following the new version release, also available at currys but hard to find stock. Supports Dolby vision as of Feb, so pairs well with a spanky n… Read more
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No I'm not. ;)


Haha I get the impression you're the sort of person that would argue an apple is an orange (lol) (lol)


So if you no longer prefer the Red on your Xbox then you have 'objectively' proven that they have changed it :p


No I meant it's subjective to my eyes - the whole colour thing was the reds we're off. I saw a comparison showing a parrot on planet earth on Opposite player v Xbox X - tbh I liked the red on the Xbox more!


I haven't seen it or an independent review hence 'Apparently'. It's not totally subjective, you can compare against a reference.

Panasonic dmp ub400 for £139 (with £10 VIP voucher) from Richer Sounds (was £299)
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Under half price now with the voucher (just sign up for VIP and mention when ordering) for a quality 4K UHD Bluray Player. Add 6yr guarantee for only £13.85 and get the cost refund… Read more

Ordered today by phone and got it for £139 many thanks OP..


Many thanks

tiberious In depth review - should tell you all you need to know....


Got one of these last week from Richer Sounds and paid £149 (which is still a great deal) It also had a 4K physical copy of fantastic beasts with it (y)


Will this unit play 4k media on a USB drive such as the the latest 4K mkv container format ? (4k res for around 6-10Gb file size)

Samsung Blu Ray Player £29 (ASDA) - Barking
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Found in Asda Barking. Down from £55.
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Yeah it sadly looks like it's another of the Samsungs that were hackable but subsequent firmware updates have rendered them unable to do so. I'll be giving it a miss. Oh for the days of the good old Samsung DVD709 !


Model number is Bd-J4500R Model code is Bd-J4500R/XU. It's marked Region 2 of course . I haven't tried to make it region free yet. If you do please leave a note here. If I do, I'll leave a note here There seems to be only one way, but it's debatable whether it works!


bought one for the same price at Asford, Kent marked £55 (no reduction marked but came up at £29). I think it may be national


I think there was about 3 at the time of posting.


I might link my ting from barking

Panasonic DMP UB400 4K UHD Blu-ray player £149.99 @ RicherSounds
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Looks like a cracking price. Available online and in-store. AV Forums review here:
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Thanks for the tip mate, I got my Sony player a few days ago and am Very pleased with it.


Chaps, does this play 3D titles? @TobRIP -does yours play 3D? John Lewis site says "No" but states that is supports the codec. The AVFORUMS review says yes. Richer Sounds doesn't mention this at all... Thanks


The chip used can make a difference to the upscaling and potentially to the chroma interpolation - but remember that all TVs have image processing chips too. Only if the player has a better image processor than the TV is it better to have the player do things like upscaling rather than the TV. Upscaling only applies when your source is a lower resolution than the TV. For example if you have a 4k TV and are watching a 4k UHD bluray then no scaling is required in the player or the TV but scaling is required if you watch a 1080 blu-ray or SD DVD. If watching a 4k blu-ray on a 4k TV (no scaling required) then all players should perform identically. Some players can be set to interpolate the chroma to 4:4:4 (the disks have 4:2:0) but all TVs will do this too. Again having the player do it only helps if the player is better at doing this than the TV. Oppo have processing chips that are very well regarded for their resolution upscaling. This will make absolutely no difference for a UHD 4k blu-ray playback but it can make a difference if you decide to have the Oppo player do the 4k upscaling of a 1080p blu-ray or SD DVD and the scaling in the Oppo is better than the scaling in your TV. Panasonic use their HCX processors in their UHD bluray players and in their TVs too. Other manufacturers have their equivalents - for example Sony use their X1 chips in their UHD player and higher end TVs. If you have a TV with a poor image processing chip for scaling, then having a UHD player with good quality scaling could improve the image quality for blu-ray and DVD - but not for UHD.


All UHD blu-rays are 4:2:0 and that is interpolated by the TV to 4:4:4. Having the blu-ray player doing the conversion from 4:2:0 to 4:4:4 is only an advantage if the blu-ray player processor is better than the TV at doing it. It is similar to the way some blu-ray players will upscale 1080p to 4k for display on a 4k TV. Everything that a 4k TV displays is upscaled to 4k by the TV so it is only better to have the player do it if it has superior scaling to the TV.


No Dolby Vision. Pah!

PANASONIC DMP-UB900EBK Smart 4k Ultra HD 3D Blu-ray Player - £329.97 @ Currys
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
4K Ultra Blu Ray Player, its a bit long in the tooth now and will be superseded soon but this started life at £599 when it was released in 2016 and has won multiple awards. Cheapes… Read more

i bought one (DMP-UB900EBK) 2 weeks ago at £369 and now currys marking them on there website as clearance down to £319 double grrr have to say very nice machine but all those saying use an xbox really? lol suggest you go watch one then back that statement up and the new flagship UB9000 not out till dec 2018 will be £999 ouch don't think they will see many of those at that money but spec is nice


It's a great price I bought a ub700 second hand only 2 weeks ago because I couldn't get the 900 for less than £400 I would have bought this instantly at this price...grrr


As someone who paid the £599 when it first came out, hot! One of the more recent firmware upgrades gave it a 10-bit output option which works great with Samsung and other non-Panny TVs.


Haha we have the same set up inc tv. I watched Lucy 4k in atmos:


There’s a Microsoft Xbox media remote control it’s very quick I use it on LG E7 OLED Xbox One S supports dolby atmos to

Refurb Samsung UBD-K8500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player + 3 Free 4k Discs £119.90 @ Argos on eBay
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
This is a Which Best Buy. Yes it is refurbished, but with a 12 mth guarantee. I was pleasantly surprised when I received mine this morning that within the box were 4k Blu Rays for … Read more

Panasonic are better around this price


Out of Stock! (they only had 2)


Hot, that What Hi-fi review is based the the player costing £430 when it first came out and not the current price bundled with 3 UHD blu rays which are at least £45 if purchased new. I've got the UBD 7500 model which is the wired version brand new slightly cheaper and without UHD movies, this is a bargain.


Reason for the cold votes is this player is only 3/5 in the What HiFi review (sound and picture not the best) and only cost £129 brand new at Richer Sounds when they stocked it.

Samsung BD-J6300 Smart 3D 4K Upscaling Blu-ray Player w/ Wi-Fi £84.95 @ MagicVision
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Very good price for this model, £119.99 at currys, free delivery also. Plays DVD & Blu-ray with 4K Ultra HD Upscaling Smart: Catch-up TV & Streaming WiFi built-in Scr… Read more
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I have this player, it’s decent. Have to say tho it’s upscaling is a bit of a copout, if you’re looking for that 4K quality buy a 4K player or and Xbox One S/X. My player is in the kids room.


Is dolby vision something you should look for then if wanting to purchase a 4k player that will upscale blu days / dvds but also have a good performance with 4k disks?


Not worth the money as has been said a 4k UHD TV will upscale better thus making this redundant, stick to current Blu Ray player or upgrade to a 4K UHD player such as the UBD-K8500. I have this player paired to Samsung 4K TV and its looks very good with real 4k blu ray discs. The Revenant looks great and Independence Day is more grainy (apparently this is how they wanted it) Also with the UBD-K8500 it has twin HDMI out, good for those such as me whos av receiver does not pass through 4k, therefore one hdmi cable to the TV and the other to the av receiver, therefore benefit from watching 4k and still benefit from lossless sound (DTS HD MA, Dolby true HD and LPCM) a good website to see if 4K UHD disks are actually 4K or just tarted up blu ray is which explains which ones a re shot in 4K and which are just upscaled blu rays


Yes, its a good price for this particular BR player, and I normally subscribe to the "If its a good price for this product, and will heat the voting even if I don't want the product" philospohy. However voting hot for this is like voting hot for a scammer, just coz he swindled you out of less money than a different scammer. I'm afraid this is very cold for me. A better HD BR player can be had for less, and, as pointed out above a proper UHD BR player can be had for not much more. This doesn't offer anything that a decent normal BR player doesn't do. Any 4k TV set will upscale an HD picture to UHD.


Thanks for your reply mate. Another question; I notice this particular 4k player doesn't have dolby vision. Is this something you should have in a 4k player going forward?

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