What is 4K TV? Do you need Ultra HD? What’s on in 4K? These and other issues about Ultra HD TVs explained.Get the Guide
IF YOU’RE IN THE MARKET for a new home theater projector, you’re going to need to learn a little about light. Why? Because the light sources we’ve become accustomed to using in home theater projectors—big hot lamps—are going away, and they’re being replaced by LEDs and lasers. Yup, lasers.
Why the need for new light sources? Traditional home theater projector lamps run hot and then die. They often require noisy fans to keep them from melting the projector’s innards, and they last only a few thousand hours. If you use your projector a lot, you could end up spending $300–$400 every couple of years for new lamps.
Samsung is joining Panasonic as the latest HDTV manufacturer to call it quits on the plasma TV business.Get the Guide
Now that another Consumer Electronic Show is behind us, it’s time to think about the future, and this future is going to be in 4K.Get the Guide
The top L9400U lines includes full array backlight and a labyrinth speaker system.Get the Guide
CES Ultra HD TV highlights from LG, Sharp, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony.Get the Guide
That standout TV includes a 5120-by-2160 resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio.Get the Guide
LG’s 21:9 4K smart TV is as big as a projection screen.Get the Guide
A week before CEDIA, Sony shows off a 4K TV in Europe. It will be coming to the US this year.Get the Guide