If you've got a Sony PlayStation 5, do you really need one of the best 4K Blu-ray players? If you got the console version with a disc drive.
Then common sense would advise you not to because it's perfectly capable of playing 4K Blu-ray.
There are compelling reasons to own both. What we have here is a classic case of convenience and value versus quality and ease of use.
There are some notable things that the PlayStation 5 cannot do while playing a disc.
But still the PS5 can play 4K Blu-ray, and it's actually not bad at all, so in this guide we'll explain exactly what it does well,
While we'll be talking about the PS5's Blu-ray capabilities, we'll be comparing it to the Panasonic DP-UB9000 Blu-ray player.
The PlayStation 5 is an average 4K Blu-ray player overall. There's no support for Dolby Vision HDR, and immersive audio playback is a mess.
The console will give you Dolby Atmos sound from disc, but enabling it isn't intuitive. The PS5's default audio format is multichannel linear PCM
the PlayStation 5 is the clear winner A Blu-ray player doesn't even begin to approach its overall performance.