the best blueray player at this moment ...How much is "very much"? Enough so that, even though I have at last seen what true UHD can offer elsewhere – glorious white, juicy saturated colors not possible with 1080p, higher resolution that "virtually" eliminates artifacts which the 95 could not, even during the IMAX shots on The Dark Knight – and, not least, a brighter image to make apparent all sorts of detail and color contrast previously only suggested in the shadows – I do not worry myself about not having it, nor am likely to have it for a few years to come. To put it another way, as I review many of my Blu–ray titles, it's like seeing them for the first time, so there's hundreds of hours of free viewing possible with what stock I have on hand.
For starters, I now have an artifact-free rendering of The Dark Knight.
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