Ultra HD

Samsung Loves the Channel: Loyalty Program, Control4 Integration, CalMAN Calibration

By Joe Palenchar · September 6, 2017 • Samsung outlines 'clear commitment' to CE pro channel with loyalty rewards program, Control4 system integration with TVs/Blu-ray player, and built-in CalMAN calibration.

Media Solutions MS-Test Pro HDBaseT Tester Verifies 4K Connections

By Advertorial · August 4, 2017 • Media Solutions’ newly updated HDBaseT system tester validates connectivity of HDBaseT systems to ensure reliability, while eliminating client service calls.

Epson HC 4000 Projector Produces 2,200 Lumens with 4K HDR and Won’t Break the Bank

By Robert Archer · July 12, 2017 • Integrators can now place vivid 4K HDR projection in clients' homes at a reasonable price. Epson's Home Cinema (HC) 4000 projector carries an MSRP of $2,200.

MS Systems Tester Verifies HDBaseT Connectivity, 4K Signals

By Robert Archer · July 10, 2017 • The Israeli-based manufacturer MS Systems has augmented the features of its MS-TestPro HDBaseT system tester through the launch of a new version of the product, which made its debut at the recently completed 2017 InfoComm show in Orlando.

Vutec’s Stiletto Projection Screen Produces Sharp Images in 8K

By Robert Archer · June 29, 2017 • The 8K-ready Stiletto line of projection screens from Vutec are available in a choice of screen materials with optional LED backlighting.

Comprehensive Creates Pro AV/IT HD18G Series HDMI Cables for 18Gbps

By Robert Archer · June 23, 2017 • Comprehensive Connectivity Company's new Pro AV/IT HD18G Series HDMI Cables support 18Gbps, Ultra HD 4K with HDR and 4:4:4 color space.

Sony ‘Speakerless’ TV Debuts at CE Pro 100 Integrator

By Jason Knott · May 10, 2017 • Sony chooses CE Pro 100 integrator Just One Touch/Video & Audio Center to unveil $5,498 4K OLED Ultra HD TV with Acoustic Surface Technology.

Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Rebrands as Fiber Broadband Association (FBA)

By Jason Knott · May 8, 2017 • Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council rebrands as Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) to push commercial focus. 13.7M homes currently connect to fiber.

Samsung, Amazon Team Up to Create HDR10+ Standard

By Robert Archer · April 20, 2017 • Now available in Samsung's 2017 UHD and QLED TVs, HDR10+ can adjust brightness levels on a frame-by-frame basis. Samsung is partnering with Amazon Video to bring the HDR10+ standard to life.

DigitalMedia NVX Series: Industry’s Only 4K60 4:4:4 HDR 1Gb Network Solution

By Robert Archer · April 13, 2017 • Crestron's DigitalMedia NVX Series provides integrators with a scalable A/V solution that supports state-of-the-art formats including 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 HDR content.

Transformative Engineering HLE-4K & HD-4K Extend 4K Signals Inexpensively

By Robert Archer · April 13, 2017 • Transformative Engineering says that its new HLE-4K and HD-4K extenders support Ultra HD 4K, as well as HDR and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling at 60Hz.

Kramer 860 4K HDMI 18G Signal Generator & Analyzer Verifies Ultra HD, HDR

By Robert Archer · March 29, 2017 • Kramer's 860 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 HDCP 2.2 HDMI 2.0 18G Signal Generator & Analyzer allows professional installers to test their video installations to ensure they work with today's 4K with HDR content.

VIZIO Releases D-Series 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs

By Chelsea Cafiero · March 28, 2017 • Vizio's latest 4K TV lineup includes Netflix, iHeartRadio, Xumo and more through Vizio Internet Apps Plus.

Comcast Delays 4K Rollout Due to HDR Issues, Lagging Behind OTT and OTA

By Robert Archer · March 24, 2017 • Feeling the pressure to keep up with streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, cable television providers such as Comcast have been indecisive in how they should handle the introduction of 4K content.

Prepare for HDMI 2.1: Metra Home Theater Answers Dealer Questions

By Robert Archer · March 3, 2017 • Metra Home Theater and Cleerline Technology answered dealers questions about HDMI 2.1 on a recent CE Pro webinar. Here's a little post-webinar Q&A with Metra's Brent McCall.

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