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FirePlace - Special Collectors Edition Filmed with a resolution that is four times higher than a normal Blu-ray DiscTM - with better picture quality than ever before! The Blu-Ray DiscTM you have been waiting for! Turn your flatscreen into one of three warm and inviting fireplaces, crystal clear and perfectly sharp to show off your HD system. Nothing is quite as effective as a roaring fire to evoke a sense of coziness and wellbeing. FirePlace is the second volume in the Special Collectors Edition of ambient Blu-Ray DiscTM shot in breathtaking 4K resolution with 5.1 DTS Audio Surround Sound. The crackle of burning wood through your surround system will gently soothe and relax you. Over 2 hours of uninterrupted fires create a brilliant focal point for any room. Fire Place creates a naturally inviting atmosphere to transform your home into a romantic hideaway.
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Equipment used for review:
Panasonic 50" TH-50PZ750U
Onkyo TX-SR705 receiver with Paradigm 5.1 speaker system
Sony PS3 Blu-Ray
My entire system is professionally calibrated by an ISF technician.
In spite of being touted as filmed in "4K", the picture is quite grainy and doesn't even look as good as some standard DVD's.
The audio level is so low it requires you to boost the volume which, in turn, amplifies an inherent and unrealistic reverberation in the audio track.
The three fireplaces appear to be the same, but have different log configurations.
The 1st scene has some logs in a "teepee" configuration, but it seemed pretty static to me.
The 2nd scene started out promising with the logs just beginning to catch, but they quickly became engulfed in flames to the point that it was difficult to even distinguish that it was a fireplace. And with that amount of flame, I would expect some roaring or at least some heavy-duty crackling, but no.
The 3rd scene is fairly decent visually, but with the aforementioned audio problems, it still just doesn't seem like any fireplace that I've experienced.
I'm still waiting for a really decent fireplace hi-def DVD with realistic audio.