4K HDR is where it’s at. Why do we care about HDR? High. Dynamic. Range. There’s a misconception out there that resolution is what’s important for displays, but it’s the dynamic range — a display’s contrast ratio and what allows the picture to be have true blacks while still being bright — that really steals the show. And HDR TVs deliver with high dynamic range, creating an image so vivid it’s better than real life. That’s a bold claim, so come see our 4K HDR TVs and see for yourself.
We know HDR TVs don’t make sense for everyone, so let’s talk about the other options out there. 4K. UHD. HD. 4K and UHD are often used interchangeably, but there’s a small technical difference: 4K refers to a resolution of 4096 x 2160, while UHD refers to a resolution of 3840 x 2160. All this means is that there’s a difference between the resolution for consumer displays versus professional production and cinema standards. Most “4K” TVs out there are actually UHD, and for the average consumer the difference doesn’t matter. The bottom line: don’t worry about 4K vs. UHD.