Yes I’ve noticed too that sometimes Apple’s ‘bundles‘ only say HD but I think they guarantee to give you the highest quality version they have.Just bought the Dark Knight trilogy at £17.99 and yes it’s still in 4K not HD and the picture is brilliant! I have watched the discs loads of times but I would say these on Apple TV is right up there with the 4K discs.
Nice one!Yes I’ve noticed too that sometimes Apple’s ‘bundles‘ only say HD but I think they guarantee to give you the highest quality version they have.
I bought Bladerunner 2049 on 4K disc and also on Apple TV …. And frankly I can’t see any difference. Also the Apple Dolby Atmos soundtrack sounds great! 🙂
Yes, I bought Storks on Apple TV and it’s disappeared! Hopefully it won’t happen to anymore.The larger the image the more you can see the difference between a 4K disc and streaming, also steaming services use lossy audio whereas 4K (And HD) Blu-Ray discs support lossless audio, thus giving a clearer sound with better separation between the channels. (Not noticeable on most soundbars or all in ones, but can normally be heard on good quality discrete systems)
If you have the disc it is yours, however if bought from a streaming service it can disappear if the film distributer removes support for that service. (As Apple owners have found in the past, but hopefully (Fingers crossed) this will not happen again)
I wanted to compare the quality of them and I have lost The Dark Knight Rises on 4K disc.
Cheaper too and can sell the 4K discs for a lot of money and it’s more useful to have in Apple TV, because most of the time I never watch a disc again too, but with the touch of he remote control I am watching more movies now. I guess that is down to convenience too.
Well now it’s only £4.25 per film 🙂I’ve bought nearly 200 films on Apple TV to date and on average have paid £3 per film. £3.99 for a 4K film with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos! Sorry you can keep your £25 discs …..The reason I'm asking is: £6 per film is a lot of money for such an old film. At some point, it'll be available for free which is when such comparisons are useful. I personally wouldn't pay money again to watch the same film.
How come you don’t have Sky Q Gel?You have Sky Q though, BB, and might not need Apple 4K though. So with that in mind I might limit my purchases in case Sky changes again and we can have it. Still got Sky HD though. Yes, you got it on Sky Q:
Sky has announced further updates to its Sky Q platform, and revealed a roster of over 40 movies in 4K HDR will be available to viewers this Christmas. Sky began offering HDR movies to its UHD subscribers earlier this Autumn with 2020 fantasy flick The Secret Garden. Titles in HDR joining it...www.homecinemachoice.com
I suppose once Sky goes to the Internet in the future I can have access then.
I know, still haven’t got enough though. Get this though my sister is having Sky Q when she moves into the extension! Getting another phone line and then putting in each of the extension rooms.There is multiroom with Sky Q. You can get Sky Q mini boxes I believe.
Only for one with less hours, got one that had done around 2.5k hours fairly local to me. Used AnyVan again for delivery.Buzz, I never knew you had a high-end Anthem amp! Did you replace your Kuro?
Me and you will have to cut down on our impulse buying and selling.Only for one with less hours, got one that had done around 2.5k hours fairly local to me. Used AnyVan again for delivery.
Picture on my old one was better though, need to get this one calibrated really.
Yes the Anthem was a bit of an impulse buy, it’s good but the Susano works better with my other Pioneer equipment.