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    Default Bram Stoker's Dracula 4K - HDD Review

    Bram Stoker's Dracula travels oceans of time to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray where it has never looked better (and includes that awesome Dolby Atmos mix from two years ago), but is it worth the upgrade? That depends...

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    The calibration screens on these Sony UHD's are quite helpful for adjusting brightness and color within the 4K realm. Just like with the Sony blurays, just type in SONY(7669) on the number pad of the 4K player remote and it jumps to the first calibration screen. There's 23 screens in total, that cover all basic colors in rec 709, rec 2020, and p3 with each and every color in the test @ 100 nits.

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