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Early Review of the 4K set.

Rubber John
The Shire

Nov 28 2020, 12:30pm

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     Early Review of the 4K set.  


Chen G.

Nov 28 2020, 2:12pm

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     Also, according to Bill Hunt [In reply to]  

Iíve already seen enough of THE HOBBIT TRILOGY in #UltraHD to tell you that the remastered #4K image and new Dolby Atmos sound mix are ďA+Ē and reference quality across the board.


Also, according to Ars Technica:

I haven't watched these nearly as extensively, but I didn't need long to recognize how startling their image quality is. I'll be quite frank: The richness of their pixel density is so intense that I might actually watch this entire trilogy [..] It's that pretty.

Intergalactic Lawman

Dec 2 2020, 7:14am

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     Early review...? [In reply to]  

Yep, they still look like cartoons!

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Dec 8 2020, 11:08pm

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     Locking this thread [In reply to]  

as it's a double post. Please join the discussion in the other thread here: http://newboards.theonering.net/...;;page=unread#unread

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