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8k at CES – More is not always better
If we are to believe the television manufacturers, the dynamic range of today’s televisions are not big enough and we all need a new TV which can display HDR material. There is something to be said, because where the difference in picture quality between HD and senior lecturer on a TV with an average image size is difficult to see, is that between ‘gewone’- and HDR images strikingly well see a capable TV, and it adds a lot to the experience.
If, sometime in the future, everyone has switched from an HDTV to an UHDTV that can display HDR, there should still televisions are sold and therefore think the manufacturers are already thinking about what the next trend in television land should be. If you skip CES runs and is going to look at the TV manufacturers, it looks very much as if we are following the 4K TV with HDR will be appeased with 8k TVs.
Changhong 98 & quot; 8k TV
In this article we look at what’s on the CES show was all in 8k area, and we look at the pros and cons of an even higher resolution televisions. We look at what is needed to make 8k content and whether it is realistic to expect that we will see in the near future in our living room to 8k TV.
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From SD to HD and beyond
2. From SD to HD and beyond
3. Without content no use
4. How big is big enough?
5. 8k for everyone
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