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What is the tv picture quality?

In today's world, 4k and 8k are the standards. The more pixels there are, the better image will appear. Talk about TV picture quality.
TV picture quality
TV picture quality

Hi, let's talk about TV picture quality. So when talking about tv resolution, 10 ADP or high definition used to be the standard in today's world 4k and 8k are the standards. Typically, the more pixels there are, the better and clearer the image will appear.

When we're talking about 4k and 8k, what we're talking about is the number of pixels physically in each tv set.

4K TV

A 4k tv has 8 million pixels across all sizes.

8k TV

We're an 8k tv has 33 million pixels a higher pixel density gives you a clear picture. No matter what you're watching. Around that 65-inch tv is when AK starts to make the difference that you're actually going to be able to see. To give you that better, clearer picture.

So I'm a huge gamer. And one of the things that I love about my 4k set is that I'm currently getting the best picture possible in this next generation of game councils.

Not only that AK games are on the horizon. So gaming is going to have a better picture than we've ever seen before.

Another aspect of tv picture quality is the TV's backlighting system. What kind of setup are the LEDs behind the screen laid out to aluminate the screen for your picture?

If you didn't have any kind of backlighting, you just have a blank screen. So backlighting is pretty important. So the different types of backlighting systems for TVs are going to-

  1. Direct-lit
  2. Edge-lit
  3. Full array.

Direct-Lit

Direct lighting on the tv is going to be. A cluster of LEDs in the dead center of the tv to eliminate the screen forward.

Edge-Lit

Agilent TVs are going to have LEDs on the sides of the screen to illuminate the entire panel from direct tv. You tend to get brighter highlights, but lose a little bit of the detail, and the sides were an edge of that tv. You don't lose a lot of those details, but doesn't quite match the brightness.

Full-Array

A full array where the tv has multiple zones of control across the entire panel. Which gives you deeper black levels and brighter highlights. It's kind of like turning off just a part of your team.

So technology in tv backlighting is going to be many LEDs. There are even smaller LEDs that are in bigger clusters to give you better black levels and even brighter highlights.

OLED TV

The OLED TV set is a tv that is entirely made of organic LEDs. This technology is newer. But it's used in a lot of phones, a lot of smartwatches, and then a lot of film studios.

The benefit of an old tv is every single pixel is able to individually turn on and off. So you don't actually need a backlighting system. You're getting unparalleled color and contrast all in one unit.