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    Hi all digiturk 4k on 7 east is fta at the moment currently showing a Fenebache game in 2160p
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    Cheers mate, but what's '2160P'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmroad View Post
    Cheers mate, but what's '2160P'?
    1080x2 aka 4K
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    Keep up at the back please

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    Quote Originally Posted by satwyn View Post
    1080x2 aka 4K
    I always thought that 'true' 4K was FOUR x 1080 mate, not 2 - hence '4K' = 4000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmroad View Post
    I always thought that 'true' 4K was FOUR x 1080 mate, not 2 - hence '4K' = 4000?
    Have a read:
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    h**p://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1048954

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmroad View Post
    I always thought that 'true' 4K was FOUR x 1080 mate, not 2 - hence '4K' = 4000?
    3840 x 2160 i think mate approx 4000 pixels,,its here to stay not like 3D ,and HDR (high dynamic range) stuff is really eye popping from Netflix ect

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon 2003 View Post
    3840 x 2160 i think mate approx 4000 pixels,,its here to stay not like 3D ,and HDR (high dynamic range) stuff is really eye popping from Netflix ect
    True Simon, plus both Sky and BT have been showing EPL (Prem League) matches in 'UHD' - but obviously as well as needing a 4K tv you also need the latest Sky Q boxes to be able to play it back in 4K!

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    yea quite correct ,ive got Sly Q and the UHD footy is brilliant mate ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon 2003 View Post
    ................................. ....and HDR (high dynamic range) stuff is really eye popping from Netflix ect
    Not from A.... Prime it isn't though, dreadful picture on The Grand Tour, trying to figure a way of turning HDR off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave5118 View Post
    Not from A.... Prime it isn't though, dreadful picture on The Grand Tour, trying to figure a way of turning HDR off
    Have you got fibre M8 if not the video will scaled down to suit your speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasp View Post
    Have you got fibre M8 if not the video will scaled down to suit your speed
    Yeah m8(76 Mb), bit rate is fine, it just looks like HDR on a non HDR TV would look, outside sunny scenes look dull and the colours are horrible, orange lips? WTF!!! And yes, I get the 'HDR IS ON' message, so it is in HDR :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmroad View Post
    True Simon, plus both Sky and BT have been showing EPL (Prem League) matches in 'UHD' - but obviously as well as needing a 4K tv you also need the latest Sky Q boxes to be able to play it back in 4K!
    you can downscale the 4k picture to 1080p tv with a solo4k so you dont need a new tv. The 4k channels on my sony bravia at 1080p looks stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave5118 View Post
    Yeah m8(76 Mb), bit rate is fine, it just looks like HDR on a non HDR TV would look, outside sunny scenes look dull and the colours are horrible, orange lips? WTF!!! And yes, I get the 'HDR IS ON' message, so it is in HDR :(
    What tv do you have ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CokeAddict View Post
    What tv do you have ?
    It's an LG, 2015 model, Netflix HDR only recently been added, tried that for the 1st time and that looks piss poor too. HDR 'Demos' look fine through the internal media player though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave5118 View Post
    It's an LG, 2015 model, Netflix HDR only recently been added, tried that for the 1st time and that looks piss poor too. HDR 'Demos' look fine through the internal media player though.
    you need to either calibrate the TV via a calibration disc for not just normal settings but also HDR or pay to have it professionally calibrated, i have this years OLED model and the HDR on mine is stunning to say the least although i have semi-calibrated it but waiting for a few more compensation cycles before i pay to have it professionally done

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    I have a 2015 JS9000 Samsung and HDR is spot on with it from Vu+ and the rainforest app
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    digiturk 4k on 7 east FTA again showing a a turkish football game

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