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Is a 4k TV Worth It?
A standard HDTV has 1920 x 1080 pixels. A 4K TV, at 3840 x 2160p, has over 8 million pixels more than your average flat screen tv. Can you tell? You sure can. At a higher resolution, you can see details more clearly from yards away. Color is also enhanced due to the increased number of pixels. Because of this technology, TVs are getting bigger without any loss in sharpness. Although 4K is also becoming the standard in film and television production most movies have not been remastered to 4K so you won’t reap the rewards of 4K resolution. A smart 4K TV is worth the additional investment and you can find the best 4K TVs for your home at RC Willey.
What Does 4K on a TV Mean?
HD has a width of 1080 pixels while 4K has 2160 pixels. A pixel is a single dot of digit information that produces color or light combined to create an image. 4K has a pixel resolution that renders better image quality as it doubles the number of pixels in a regular HD TV. There are over 8 million pixels in a 4K TV to provide amazing picture quality. This higher resolution allows you to see details more clearly as lines and colors are more defined, especially from afar. Whether a Samsung or LG TV is the best fit for you, you’ll find it at RC Willey. Take advantage of our multiple financing options, as well as our Blue Rewards program that offers cash back for every purchase.
What’s the difference between LED and 4K?
Comparing LED and 4K is comparing two different technologies. LED refers to the how backlight is projected to illuminate pixels that create the picture. 4K refers to the resolution which is the number pixels used to create the picture. You can have a 4k tv with a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution that uses LED, QLED or OLED technology.