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Old 10-01-2019, 03:04 PM   #1
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I've been using Blu-Ray.com as a reference for a while, and I've always been curious why the ratings for video quality with 4K seems to be always lower than the 1080p version. When I read the detailed review, it always praises the 4K as better than the blu-ray. Why is the rating lower?
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I've been using Blu-Ray.com as a reference for a while, and I've always been curious why the ratings for video quality with 4K seems to be always lower than the 1080p version. When I read the detailed review, it always praises the 4K as better than the blu-ray. Why is the rating lower?
The 4k rating is against other 4ks and the blu-ray rating is against other blu-rays. They're not comparing them to each other. It's just assumed all 4ks look better too.
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