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Samsung Ultraviolet Digital Copy Blu-Ray Disc Player

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Old 01-15-2012, 10:39 AM   #1  
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Ultraviolet is a cloud-based service that provides movie streaming to any of your registered devices. Some new movies are coming with an Ultraviolet digital copy. What makes the Samsung player unique is that it can access digital copies of DVD you already own. When you put these titles into your player, you will be given the option of buying the digital copy for $1, or $4.99 for a high definition copy. The new Samsung player makes it convenient to build your digital library by connecting directly to Ultraviolet for the movies you have in your collection.

While Samsung was the given exclusive rights to announce their Ultraviolet Blu-ray player at CES, other manufacturers will come out with players with similar features in 2012.
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That's cool, but what happens to DTS MA?? I'll bet you loose it like on Vudu, you get 1080p but scrifice sound quality. any one??
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That's cool, but what happens to DTS MA?? I'll bet you loose it like on Vudu, you get 1080p but scrifice sound quality. any one??
I'm sure that would be the case.
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I think the best Ive seen in a download style format is DD+, which is just really used for extra channels. I keep hoping someone will figure a way to get better audio into streaming, but I don't think the HSI in this country is ready for it.

I've tried a buncha crap over the last two years, and even though Vudu HDX is great, Blu-ray disc is just about where its at.
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