Ultra HD Blu-ray can now also get ‘high-end’ Ultra HD Premium certification

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We’ve just posted the following news: Ultra HD Blu-ray can now also get ‘high-end’ Ultra HD Premium certification[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/04/uhd-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

The Ultra HD Premium logo is now also available for certification of Ultra HD Blu-ray players, the UHD Alliance today announced in a press release. Previously the logo for high-end Ultra HD products was only used on a handful Ultra HD TVs.

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#2

And most of us will not buy into the hype…


#3

Yes, but will they ever get the Super-duper Extra Ultra HD Premium certification?


#4

I think this is a GREAT idea. I’m looking to purchase a 60" UHD TV in 2016 and this certification will make things easier for me. Sure, I’m a tech head like most of the people on this site, but I just don’t want to go through the hassle of checking all kinds of specs for the TV I’m interested in. This will also help people who AREN’T tech heads come to a purchasing decision regarding their next TV. Once the players and discs come down in price I’ll get on board with that, too.


#5

[QUOTE=CDan;2772244]Yes, but will they ever get the Super-duper Extra Ultra HD Premium certification?[/QUOTE]
Why would someone want that when they can have the Super-Rare-Awesome-Chocolatey-Fudge-Coated-Mega-Super-UltraHD certification?