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jam2000
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BT sport 4K UHD HDR

So with BT sport 4K UHD HDR launching later this year. I'm assuming a new BT box will be launching too?
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ozsat
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

Unless they are going app only with it. The current 4K box can not do it.


@jam2000wrote:
So with BT sport 4K UHD HDR launching later this year. I'm assuming a new BT box will be launching too?

 

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Caher
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

Well considering that 4k is only a marginal better picture than HD the wait doesn't bother me.
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jam2000
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

You've obviously not seen HD and 4K side by side. The difference is amazing.
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ozsat
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

and HDR is an even bigger diference.


@jam2000wrote:
You've obviously not seen HD and 4K side by side. The difference is amazing.

 

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wisty
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

Whether there is a difference for you depends on three things

a) Size of the TV screen - on my 40" the difference between HD & 4K is fairly marginal

b) How close you sit. I need to sit closer than about 5ft (see chart below) to see any difference - and I find that too close.

c) How good your eyesight is.

There is an interesting chart ( it only goes up to 4K but illustrates the point) at http://s3.carltonbale.com/resolution_chart.html

 

Caher
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Re: BT sport 4K UHD HDR

I have an LG55OLEDC8PLA which supposed be quite good and my eyesight is good. I don’t sit too close and am blown away by hdr and 4K on Netflix and Prime but the footie on 4K looks very little different  from the hd version.

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