Everything You Need To Know About 4K Ultra HD TV!

There was a time just half a decade ago when ultra HD and 4K were relatively unknown terms to most of us. Today, every person who wishes to buy a new television is scratching his head in doubts. If one should go for a Full HD or Ultra HD TV or 4K! Is there a noticeable difference in terms of TV viewing experience? Will Ultra HD sustain or an even better technology will surge to replace it soon? Does the 4K resolution make a TV any different? If you too are looking for answers to such questions, you will get them here.

You should know that every large TV model of 40 inches or more, has the Ultra HD features nowadays. This can be seen in many budget models as well. The TV that we see today is different than what we saw in past not just in technology but size too.

The size of the screen changes every equation altogether which inevitably changes the technology involved too. Today people who purchase a new TV always check out the bigger screen sizes. If you too wish to buy a bigger TV at low prices, you can avail some amazing deals using these Souq Coupon Codes and Awok Coupon Codes.

The difference – 4K and Ultra HD

Ultra HDThe basic viewer will not see it any explicit difference,  in fact, most people fail to see any difference at all. There are differences but they are mostly technical. Therefore, the viewing experience is not altered as such. Although, professional video producers know it is not the case. There are many who would readily chew your ears off if they see a person calling both 4K and Ultra HD the same thing.

Both the terms are different in terms of their pixel count and aspect ratio. Video producers have to spend almost the double amount on video productions as the 4K is digital cinema is the standard set at 4096 x 2160 pixel resolution rather the production done on an Ultra HD set up which is 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. This exactly makes Ultra HD just the double to the resolution of full HD while the 4K is a bit deeper in pixel resolution than Ultra HD. The fact that the horizontal measurement of the resolution reaches above the four thousand pixels is the reason it is called 4K. Basically, Ultra HD is the term meant for the pixel resolution that goes beyond the full HD (1920 x 1080) pixel resolution count.

Why Ultra HD?

NU7400_001_F_4500x3000_120318There is no such compulsion for the consumers to go with ultra HD and it is rather a free choice that customers ought to make on their own. There is no possibility of 1080p broadcast standards getting changed any time soon. The changed standard of the broadcast can be the only thing that can make it mandatory for the viewers to shift to ultra HD and till it happens, full HD resolution TV will do the job. The major reason why many people have been switching from 1080p to Ultra HD is due to the superb viewing quality which is simply tempting and irresistible. If you are satisfied with your existing TV, then you don’t need to switch. But if you are to buy a new one, take a leap for the better.

The benefits of Ultra HD

DifferenceThe major change is in the pixel count which leads to higher video clarity, sharper colour reproduction and excellent viewing experience. The full HD pixel resolution produces 2 million pixels whereas ultra HD can create up to 4 times that is 8 million pixels. It is rather non-useful to use such a high pixel count on smaller screen sizes as there is limited space which crams the pixel density. This is the reason 4K videos are better enjoyed on bigger screen size as there is more screen space to impact the overall display quality to a mesmerizing level.

This also gives a greater and deeper depth to the colour which makes it surreal and uniformly flawless. The increased colour production provides wider colour variations. Although, many technical people 4K resolution is not influential on screen sizes lesser than 55 inches but many people who had adapted to Ultra HD were not satisfied with video quality when they were shown the same content on 1080p TV. Whatever the reason is but you must embrace the new technology as you do in most of the things. In the end, there is nobody to force you and that is completely your own individual choice to make.

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