Oblivion (4K+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) (EverythingBlu - BluPack #007) [UK]

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darczap

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Aug 16, 2010
6,801
NJ
Shipping cost has gone up? I paid £11.98 for Psycho and for this I paid £17.43, both Royal Mail standard no tracking.
 

BluSteel2012

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Jan 4, 2012
20,333
Ireland
Shipping cost has gone up? I paid £11.98 for Psycho and for this I paid £17.43, both Royal Mail standard no tracking.
Cost me £59.09 shipped. Pricey for sure but got my Psycho in yesterday. The slip is really nice. Can’t wait to check this out when it comes.
If you paid £17.43 shipping and it cost £49.99 how did you get it for £59.09 then? :confused:

*Edit* Never mind, I realise you've not paid tax on it.
 

BluSteel2012

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Jan 4, 2012
20,333
Ireland
Anyone else have the problem of every time I go to EB's site it brings me to sending them a PM and I can't get out if it? Can't do anything else with the site.

I'm using my phone......
 

crib79

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Mar 22, 2014
347
Sorry, but this one of the few UHD discs that are transfered pretty bad. Imo the BD is the way to go for this movie
Taken from Avforums...Sounds pretty good to me... The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray is also an audio-visual feast; whilst the picture may not be quite the step up in quality you would expect, the standard Blu-ray is hard to top, it does however benefit from the wider colour gamut and higher dynamic range to deliver a more film-like quality. This is matched by an awesome Dolby Atmos soundtrack that never puts a foot wrong –it is engaging, absorbing and gorgeous.
 

larson1977

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Mar 9, 2016
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The Netherlands
Taken from Avforums...Sounds pretty good to me... The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray is also an audio-visual feast; whilst the picture may not be quite the step up in quality you would expect, the standard Blu-ray is hard to top, it does however benefit from the wider colour gamut and higher dynamic range to deliver a more film-like quality. This is matched by an awesome Dolby Atmos soundtrack that never puts a foot wrong –it is engaging, absorbing and gorgeous.
Indeed, video is a small upgrade (would expected a lot more 'visual fest') but they ruined the LFE in the Atmos track like with 'War of the World'. I prefer an Auro 3D upmix of the BD audio track on both these movies ;)