But the movie theaters have had it tough over the past decade so they have had to be at the forefront of any new technology. They have helped push the Television Manufacturers to also push their technology in order to try to recreate the same theater type experience.
This is why you are starting to see more and more news and TV's about 4K and Ultra HD TV's. It's the same technology that began life in the big movie theaters.
The 4K actually refers to the number of pixels that you see when viewing your TV, it means 4,000 pixels which is the same amount you see at the movie theaters and it's actually four times the number of pixels which we would normally see at home on our TV's.
You may have heard of pixels being mentioned in connection with cameras and the number of pixels that make up a picture, it's just the same but on a much larger scale. You see the more pixels there is you will have much more clarity in what you can see. Up until now our TV's have had 1080 pixels at best, but this is about to change big time, in fact four times as many.
So with this latest upgrade in our #televisions we shall see the latest #technology (4K) being used to give us a superior picture all around, it will still be High Definition in fact it will be better than that it will be Ultra High Definition TV or UHDTV as some refer to it. This is why we are seeing references to 4K UHDTVS all over the place.
Going back to our current series on TV's we have seen some of them spacing out their pixels a little too much, it is this that causes the distorted or poor image quality that can sometimes be seen. This is especially so on the larger units because 1080 can only stretch so far and there is no way that anyone would want to watch something on a large 55 inch or larger tv with a fuzzy looking picture.
It is for this reason that the 4K technology has been rolled out and by making it possible for more pixels to be available that the pixel spacing can be lessened to create that much sharper and clearer image that we prefer to see, just as if we were going to watch a film in the theater.
When we first saw the high resolution 1080 #Televisions it was difficult to watch especially if you got too close to the TV, you also had a similar problem if you sat off to the side because in these two situations the image became distorted and blurry. You could almost see the pixels themselves which created the illusion of seeing your TV through the fly screen door. So the new 4K Ultra HDTV puts an end to that and this should be the case for a number of years.
This latest technology will be able to support the larger and even curved screens that have begun to show up in the high end quality TV Showrooms of late. So not only will you have a better all round viewing angle, you will also enjoy better viewing pleasure without the concern over being too far away or too close to the TV.
The 4k Ultra HDTV's have actually been around since the middle of 2013 but back then the prices were sky high and only a couple of manufacturers were involved at that stage. But now there are many more manufacturers selling them and there are lots more 4K Ultra HDTV's in the normal shops and selling with substantial discounts applied to them at the moment especially with the run up to Black Friday. Black Friday if you not heard the term before refers to the day when it is the busiest shopping day for online sales and it is also the day on which to look out for that special bargain.
There is no doubt that our future viewing pleasures will be satisfied for at least a few years now because the 4K Smart UHDTV is hot stock at the moment and this maybe because it is new but once something has been improved in one area it usually follows that other items like sound clarity as well as image quality all improve.
When this #technology was first heard of people began to worry themselves about whether or not this new 4K #technology would allow them to be able to view their normal DVD's and Blu Ray Discs. But the manufacturers' were very quick to quell that rumor with a resounding Yes Of Course you can! Our 4K Smart UHDTV is able to upscale anything that you are watching, even the good old films of yesteryear.