Ultra HDTV

Ultra HDTV

(Ultra High Definition TV) A TV set with Ultra HD (UHD) resolution. An Ultra HDTV is either a 4K TV with 3840x2160 resolution or an 8K TV with 7680x4320 resolution. See 4K TV, 8K TV and Ultra HD.
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Chairman Hasan Sayed Hasan spoke about the status and growth statistics of HDTV and ultra HDTV in the Arab world.
that the focus will be on providing more channels in HD-quality and with High Dynamic Range than on purely offering Ultra HDTV signals," said Chris Lee, Director of Marketing & Sales of DS Broadcast.
HDMI 1.4 is also supported with a converter to output 720p, 1080p, and 2160p with 5.1-channel digital surround audio, thus allowing the F300 to be connected to large Ultra HDTV screens.
CT, RTVS, Ceske Radiokomunikace and other leading companies from the broadcasting industry in Czech Republic and Slovakia are part of the Ultra HDTV Forum.
The TV ad ends with the slogan 'The World's First 84 Inch Ultra HDTV.' ( ANI )
Only on a Sony 4K Ultra HDTV." The spot ends with the Sony logo and tagline, "make.believe."
As an introductory offer, Jumbo electronics is providing QR10,000 gift vouchers with every purchase of 84in LG Ultra HDTV model- 84LM9600.
LG was the first company to successfully commercialize ultra HDTV technology, introducing the immersive set for sale to the public in August.
The report, "4K and 8K Ultra HDTV Global Market Forecast", predicts that 222m homes will own an Ultra HD TV by the end of 2018, an increase of nearly 50% over the past twelve months.
Ultra HDTV, High Dynamic Range video, immersive audio, and personalized and addressable content will give both broadcasters and programmers unique tools to give audiences a better TV experience.