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Friday, 31 July 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Check out this 'Ex Machina' DTS Headphone:X Demo
While DTS only recently jumped into the object-based sound mixing fray with DTS:X, we've been enjoying the company's DTS Headphone:X format since the launch of the Hans Zimmer's 'Man of Steel' original motion picture soundtrack. If you're not familiar with Headphone:X, it is a specially encoded two-channel mix that, when heard through any pair of standard headphones, synthesizes a full 11.1 channel surround sound experience for listeners. 
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
'Bond 50 (with Skyfall)' Blu-ray $119.99 at Amazon
The Blu-ray boxed set is once again on sale and this time Amazon is also offering three free Bond HD downloads with the purchase!Amazon is selling 'Bond 50 (with Skyfall)' for $119.99 (60% off the suggested retail price).
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Peter Jackson is all about advancing technology when it comes to movies, and the release of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is helping to push forward technology when it comes to distribution.  The Blu-ray hits shelves on March 19th, but the digital version comes out March 12th.
Thursday, 31 January 2013 ,  Written by Dick Ward
If CES was any indicator, UHDTVs are going to be big over the next few years, and that means there's going to need to be 4K content to go along with them. The problem is trying to figure out just how to go about it, be it streaming, downloadable or disc based. The folks at the Blu-ray Disc Association have been debating on what 4K means for them and are giving strong consideration to 4K Blu-rays.
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 ,  Written by Dick Ward
One of the big issues with UHDTVs right now is that there's nothing to watch on them – at least not natively.  You can upscale your 1080p Blu-rays but that's not quite the same experience. Sony is giving an option to help tide you over until they launch their 4K content delivery network this summer in the form of Blu-rays made especially for 4K sets.
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