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[Prime] Panasonic Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player (DP-UB150GN-K) $160 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Panasonic DP-UB150 4K Ultra HD HDR Blu-ray Player. Best price is $185 at HN. Prime exclusive deal. Free shipping ends later tonight.

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  • +2 votes

    Finally good to see price came down for UHD player.

  • +3 votes

    Apparently this doesn't have dolby vision support, for whoever cares about that. Otherwise it seems to be good.

    • +1 vote

      is this necessary if I already have Xbox S for UHD play back?

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        Probably not.

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        exactly, I don't own a UHD player, and I use my xbox one x to play the UHD discs and also 3D movies

  • +3 votes

    I'm trying to work out differences in models and it seems:

    UB150 ($160)
    1 x HDMI out
    Wired LAN
    Dolby Atmos
    HDR/HDR+

    UB420 ($245)
    HCX Hollywood processor
    2 x HDMI out
    5.1 Channel analogue audio out
    Wi-Fi + Wired LAN
    Dolby Atmos
    HDR/HDR+/HLG
    Internet Apps (Eg Netflix)

    UB820 ($448 JB HiFi)
    HCX Hollywood processor
    2 x HDMI out
    7.1 Channel analogue audio out
    Wi-Fi + Wired LAN
    Dolby Atmos
    Dolby Vision
    HDR/HDR+/HLG
    Internet Apps (Eg Netflix)

    • +2 votes

      I'd suggest either the UB420 (Wirecutter best UHD player), or the Sony X700 (plays SACD/etc, but some cases of locking up)

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        The reports of lock ups have put me off the Sony X700, so I am favouring the UB420. I will just wait for a good price.

  • +1 vote

    No WiFi. Most people won't need it anyway, but just be aware.
    I use WiFi on my blu ray player to stream Youtube Music without having to switch on the tv.

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    No 3D? Cant watch Avatar.

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      Go back to 2009, in 2021 3D is dead

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        The 820 supports 3D. Great to be a time traveller.

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      Only my TV doesn't support 3D. Don't think any have since about 2015.

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        I was surprised to learn that 3D is still a thing for projectors though.