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Alita: Battle Angel - 4K Ultra HD 1-Disc Version $6.71 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Alita Battle Angel 4K Ultra HD - Single Disc version.
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  • +9

    Great movie

    • +3

      would not watch again

    • +1

      Great movie agree πŸ‘

  • +2

    With so many (good) 4K discs now on the cheap, what is the cheapest 4K blu-ray player on the market if I were to buy one?

    • I'd be interested too πŸ‘πŸ»

    • +4

      Second hand xbox one s

    • β€œUltra HD Blu-ray players will play Blu-ray discs, DVDs, SACDs, DVD-Audio, and Redbook CDs. Both standard 1080p Blu-ray discs and DVDs will be up-converted to UHD resolution for playback on 4K UHD TVs.”

      • uhhh

    • +1

      Panasonic UB420 ($297)


      Not the cheapest (Sony) but probably the best value.

    • +2

      Panasonic UB 420 < UB820 < UB9000

      UB420 can be bought for $250.

      I would not buy any other brand / models

      Xbox is decent enough if you're not anal about the best home theatre quality (I started my 4K journey with an Xbox One X and upgraded from there).

      • +1

        whats the difference? they both output 4k no?

        • Ability to calibrate the picture quality.

      • Already answered…

    • +2

      The entry level 4K players I looked at were the Sony XBP-700, LG UBK80 and the Panasonic DP-UB420.

      If you want Dolby Vision support that would be a deciding factor. And if you want Wi-Fi and not just ethernet.

      I bought a Sony XBP-700 because it has excellent reviews, has no fan, is frequently on sale at $245, it has Wi-Fi, Dolby Vision and 3D disk support and has very basic apps - Netflix and YouTube.

      I also looked at the LG UBK80 that has excellent reviews but like the Panasonic UB420 it doesn't do Dolby Vision.

      The UBK80 doesn't have Wi-Fi and has no streaming services.

  • +4

    Coming up as $22.49 for me?

    • +1


  • +2

    One of my favourite movies, granted I started with the bluray, then 4k and got the dvd (basically to compare the picture quality).

    The story is a bit errrrggghhhuhhh at times, but its still fun and the visuals are pretty rad. At the least its a good 4K demo disc for under $7.

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