Ultra High Definition is finally starting to take hold in the market with equipment prices that are beginning to drop into the price range for buyers of normal means and more content is starting to become available for everyone’s viewing enjoyment. But what does the new technology entail and how does one navigate all the new specifications, acronyms, and jargon along with all the recycled, updated, and bastardized terminology from the previous generation of HDTV. That is where Audioholics comes in to do some critical review to help you, the reader, sort through it all.… Read the full article
Before you go out and buy a new 4K/UHD TV, beware! Even though a TV may say 4K/UHD, it could be missing a critical feature, preventing you from getting the most from UltraHD content: High dynamic range or HDR. Believe it or not, not all 4K/UHD TVs support HDR. Therefore, let’s look at why HDR is important, how you can tell if a 4K/UHD TV has HDR, and why you don’t want to buy a 4K/UHD TV without it.