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Immerse yourself in all those crystal clear details with a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player. The feathers on a bird in a nature documentary. The stubble on the lead in an action movie. Y’know, all the important things. You won’t miss a thing.

You’ve got the compatible TV to watch 4K and High Dynamic Range content, so now’s the time to choose your Blu-ray 4K player. For the ultimate in colour and contrast plump for one that supports the most popular HDR standards, like Dolby Vision. There’s no need to throw away your old DVDs, as you can pick a model that upscales them to near-Ultra HD quality. You can even plug in a USB stick to view family photos in a whole new light.

Go for a smart Blu-ray 4K player with built-in WiFi and you’ll be able to stream your favourites from the likes of Prime Video, Netflix, BBC iPlayer and YouTube in glorious Ultra high definition too. Catch-up TV never looked so good. Nor was it so easy to operate than with a hands-free setup that works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

It’s not just about the visuals, though, as a Blu-ray 4K player really delivers on sound too — especially one that supports Dolby Atmos. And that quality sound’s not just limited to the latest blockbusters and boxsets either. Listen to your favourite albums and playlists too with a setup that plays CDs and audio tracks.

We’ve got devices from industry leaders like Sony. Each brand has its own special features, like the Hollywood picture processing you get with select Panasonic 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players — enjoy a realistic range of colours exactly as film directors intended. Tired of waiting for your discs to load? Take a look at the LG range, where you’ll find turbo-charged technology that shrinks the start-up time to mere seconds.

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