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  Reply # 1556795 21-May-2016 13:15
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Noticed this on JB Hifi's Australian Website: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/tv-home-entertainment/players-recorders/samsung/samsung-ubd-k8500-4k-hdr-blu-ray-player/956335/

 

Any reason why it wouldn't work here?


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  Reply # 1556799 21-May-2016 13:31
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It would definitely work here. Might want to check if it's Samsungs first UHD player though as there have been issues with it on blu-ray.com

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  Reply # 1556810 21-May-2016 14:11
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It's exactly the same as the model that will be sold here, at some point in the near-ish future. You'll need to ship it to someone in Australia, though (go through the steps and it will eventually say shipping to NZ is not allowed).


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  Reply # 1565289 3-Jun-2016 18:17
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AMD just announced all all their x 2015 cards will get a HDR firmware update, so maybe, just maybe xbox one/ps update will cover it, as HDMI 2.0 to 2.0a doesnt seem like that big a deal...??


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  Reply # 1571226 13-Jun-2016 19:29
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Updated Xbox one maybe having a 4K Blu-Ray player?

 

http://www.theverge.com/2016/6/12/11913978/microsoft-xbox-one-s-slim-console-leak


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  Reply # 1571228 13-Jun-2016 19:32
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DjShadow:

 

Updated Xbox one maybe having a 4K Blu-Ray player?

 

http://www.theverge.com/2016/6/12/11913978/microsoft-xbox-one-s-slim-console-leak

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hmmm.. does say "4K Video Playback".  Could mean just 4K video files though?   Can the current model play a 4K video file on a harddrive?   I'm unfamiliar with the video files an Xbox can play.





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  Reply # 1571237 13-Jun-2016 19:49
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No official word from either camp regarding 4k disc playback but both confirmed (BT.2020 HDCP 2.2) HEVC HDR file playback (usually mov but comes in many formats) plus streaming, Disc playback support will be announced after UHD alliance have approved product to their standards, I dont see any reason they wont support disc playback

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  Reply # 1571260 13-Jun-2016 19:55
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thesudio: No official word from either camp regarding 4k disc playback but both confirmed (BT.2020 HDCP 2.2) HEVC HDR file playback (usually mov but comes in many formats) plus streaming, Disc playback support will be announced after UHD alliance have approved product to their standards, I dont see any reason they wont support disc playback

 

 

 

Must be approved since the likes of JB hifi and Mighty Ape are selling UHD blu-ray discs already


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  Reply # 1571279 13-Jun-2016 20:17
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Yeah its just waiting on official confirmation by the standards community in regards to consoles... but those discs are playable on the samsung or panasonic 4k players, dunno if out in nz yet but I got mine ages ago when amazon did preorders but still be nice to have the consoles play discs as well, since the games are just going to be upscaled 1080, disc playback and streams will make sure you are getting the most out of the tv

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  Reply # 1571280 13-Jun-2016 20:21
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I still remember when the xbox one first came out they officially stated it would have 4k playback added in a firmware update, never mentioned physical discs just that the console could play the files. Don't think that will still be coming anymore to the original consoles.


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  Reply # 1571285 13-Jun-2016 20:25
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Im just hoping here *fingerscrossed it will really push the market for content, but I have heard both sony and microsoft are part of uhd alliance and have discussed disc playback just no word if its actually going ahead :(

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  Reply # 1571287 13-Jun-2016 20:29
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I did ask Noel Leeming on facebook a few weeks back and they think they will have players out mid-june, no idea of price yet


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  Reply # 1571411 14-Jun-2016 08:19
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Now confirmed. New Xbox One S will have a 4K UHD Blu Ray player. By far the most powerful, cheaper with more extra features





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  Reply # 1571416 14-Jun-2016 08:35
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Wicked, knew they would pull through lol

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  Reply # 1571431 14-Jun-2016 09:12
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This is good, now waiting for Sony to respond ... 

 

Would the Xbox do HDR 60fps


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