If you’re looking for 4K content for your new 4K TV, or considering upgrading your set but wondering what you can watch, the answer is: plenty. New content is being added constantly, and 2016 promises to be the year of 4K, with more content coming on line or being announced every month. Take a look at some of the streaming TV options in 4K that you can watch today, plus some major announcements about what’s coming soon.
4K content has been kind of a chicken and egg scenario; people have been reluctant to get a 4K TV because there hasn’t been a lot to watch in 4K. Producers have been reluctant to makes shows in 4K because not a lot of people were adopting 4K TVs. It appears the tide is now turning, as a slate of new 4K content has been announced for Canada.
If you're shopping for a new 4K TV, you might want to do some homework. Just buying a new 4K TV won't necessarily guarantee that everything you watch is suddenly in 4K resolution. What do you need to know, and what other devices might you want to consider adding to your new 4K home theatre to get the most from your TV? Read on to find out.
If you've splurged on a 4K TV, there are two things that you need to know. One, congratulations! And two, you're going to need to kit it out with a few simple accessories to get the most from it.
September signals the start of a new school year for many, and even if you're too old to worry about school supplies, fall is still a great time to reassess your priorities. With sports playoffs like MLB and CFL starting, NHL and NFL about to launch, not to mention the new fall lineup of TV shows getting underway, it's never been a better time to think about upgrading your home theater!
For some, upgrading from a 1080p TV to the newest 4K version may feel intimidating. But with the new Insignia Roku 4K UHD TV, it's easy to set up and to use the TV's built in smart streaming functions. Plus with gorgeous 4K resolution you'll be able to enjoy all the newest movies and TV shows which are now being shot in 4K.
While Roku and Insignia have been collaborating on TVs for some time, the addition of a 4K TV to their shared stable is huge, and the sets will only be available at Best Buy.
By now many of you are familiar with the 4K video format. As new content is starting to emerge in 4K, we’re also seeing some new terminology, including the release of new discs that are “mastered in 4K.” What does the term mean, and can it give you the true 4K video experience?
Had that 4K TV for what seems like ages now, just itching for some more great content to fully enjoy its capabilities and picture quality? Samsung’s UHD Blu-ray player is almost here, which will allow you to play back a ton of UHD Blu-ray discs when available, and plenty of other content.
Your new 4K TV is a masterpiece. It’s your pride and joy. It’s the focal point of your living space and has already brought countless hours of entertainment into your home. Unfortunately, like everything else in life, it will get dirty. But before you reach for your go-to glass cleaner to rid its screen of dust and fingerprints, read on to find out the best way to care for your 4K TV so it continues to display bright, colourful, and crisp images.