Neil's Messy Basement 41: Bridging Display and Audio Through Superior UHD Blu-ray on PC

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Neil's Messy Basement 41: Bridging Display and Audio Through Superior UHD Blu-ray on PC

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRiHqxGfGg4   4K UHD Blu-ray is a conundrum on PC, and yet PC is the BEST platform for getting our Blu-ray movies looking and sounding their absolute best. So what is best exactly? This episode begins with an explanation of why 4K HDR technologies are so radically different from FullHD 1080P displays. We then discover the unique challenges that HDR technologies present to the projection industry. In particular, why is HDR on projector so difficult compared to HDTV? This leads us to an opportunity! Can the quality gap be closed between 1080P FullHD projectors and 4K HDR projectors? Can 4K HDR projectors and HDTVs ...

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Ya I would wait till your bulb on your 1080 Panasonic projector dies before upgrading to 4k. I still have a 720p Projector since 2012 and I have put around 1100 hours on it (I think it lasts until 4000 hours or somewhere around there)
I rip some of my discs blu-ray and DVD to .mp4 , I have two blu-ray drives but older and probably not compatible with 4k discs. I just mostly bought and watch blu-ray 3d movies since 2012. I don't have dolby atmos but I have a 7.1 system but I can't have loud movies playing cause I am in an apartment but I can enjoy the surround sound. I usually watch around 2 or 3 movies a day on cable tv or Netflix or amazon prime.

I know how much satisfaction you can get from having spent all that time configuring and setting up your home theatre and enjoy some movies and music. Back in 2000 I spend like over $40000 on my home theatre. my Front speakers were as tall as me like 5'2 feet and bi polar speakers with surround tower speakers and I still have the Technics cd player and DVD player. I have a quite capable computer in my living room to play 4k content and I do have a 4k tv in my bedroom but I use a Shaw cable 4k tv box and google chromecast and Firestick.

My new cell phone does record in 4K so I can make some home movies on it too.


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I have a few extra bulbs, so I will probably be in my 60's by the time I'm ready to change projectors. Still, it would be good to be able to review a 4K system up close.

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