Ultra tvs: LG 75 Inch Class UR9000 series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS 23 w/ ThinQ AI TV (75UR9000PUA)

LG 75 Inch Class UR9000 series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS 23 w/ ThinQ AI TV (75UR9000PUA)

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LG 75 Inch Class UR9000 series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS 23 w/ ThinQ AI TV

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  • Home Cinema Experience with HDR10 Pro and FILMMAKER MODE™
  • Engineered to immerse with the a5 AI Processor 4K Gen6

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A Home Cinema Experience to Get in the Action

Enjoy movies and TV shows upscaled to 4K for a sharper image and vivid details.¹ See it as the director intended with FILMMAKER MODE™.

Engineered to Immerse

Powered by AI, you will experience enhanced picture detail and improved sound from the α5 AI Processor Gen6 that detects room lighting to adjust color and picture contrast to optimal settings. 1

Impressive 4K Upscaling

Transform your regular content into 4K for sharper definition and detail, even on our biggest screens.1

HDR10 Elevates Your Scene

Enjoy scene-by-scene picture adjustment with HDR10 to automatically adjust the quality of what you’re watching.

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¹Image quality of upscaled content will vary based on the source resolution.  

²Internet connection required; number of LG Channels subject to change.  

³Google is a trademark of Google LLC. Google Assistant is not available in certain languages and countries. Apple, the Apple logo, Apple TV, AirPlay® and HomeKit are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Supported menus and apps may vary by country. Voice Command availability may vary by products and countries. Menus displayed may be different upon release. Support for AirPlay® 2 and HomeKit may vary by region.  

⁴Subscription and compatible gaming controller are required.  

⁵Sound Bar can be purchased separately.  

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LG 4K UHD 65 Inch Class UQ7570 Smart TV (65UQ7570PUJ)

LG 4K UHD 65 Inch Class UQ7570 Smart TV (65UQ7570PUJ)

LG 65 Inch Class UQ7570 PUJ series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS 22 TV

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  • webOS 22 (Netflix, Prime Video, the Apple TV app, Disney+, HBO Max and more)

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Taking in the Views

Everything you need to bring your favorite content to life with the power of 4K and the extras you crave.1

Engineered to Amaze

Enhance your picture and sound with AI from the α5 Gen 5 AI Processor. 3

Be Prepared to Be Impressed

Transform your regular content into 4K for sharper definition and detail, even on our biggest screens.2

Ready Morning, Noon or Night

No matter how bright or how dark your room is, you’ll experience just the right brightness with our AI Brightness Control that automatically adjusts your screen to match the room.3

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2Image quality of upscaled content will vary based on the source resolution.

3Dramatization for illustrative purposes only.

4FILMMAKER MODE™ logo is a trademark of the UHD Alliance, Inc.

5Internet connection and subscriptions to streaming services are required. Amazon, Prime Video and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Amazon Prime membership and/or Prime Video fees apply. See primevideo.com/terms for details. HBO Max™ ©2022 Warner Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. HBO Max is used under license.

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4K and Ultra HD TV.

What is the relationship between them and what is the difference?

Is it worth buying a 4K TV for use at home? And Ultra HD – what is it? Can we say that 4K is identical to Ultra HD, or are there still some differences between them? According to advertising, the refresh rate on 4K TVs exceeds 1000 Hz, is this true? Let’s try to answer all these questions in our article.

See also: Does it make sense to buy an HDR 4K TV in 2018

Let’s start with some theory. The need to switch to higher technologies was due to the increase in the screens of modern TVs. The HDTV format has become unable to meet the needs of the extra-large LCD panels used in today’s OLED and LED TVs.

4K, Ultra HD and Full HD

Let’s start with a quick tour of the technical information to understand what we’ll talk about next:

  • Full HD – 1920 by 1080 pixels at an aspect ratio of 16 to 9.
  • Ultra HD (UHD) – with the same aspect ratio, the resolution is 3840 by 2160 pixels (the entire matrix has eight megapixels).
  • 4K (full frame) – 3996 by 2160 pixels, and the aspect ratio is four to three (matrix resolution is twelve megapixels).
  • 4K (cached) – the same resolution as the previous one, and the aspect ratio is Flat at a matrix resolution of eight and a half megapixels.

From the data above, you can see that Ultra HD has a different resolution than 4K, of which it is a variant, only with a different name. 4K stands for four thousand horizontal pixels.

Ultra HD differs from Full HD in almost twice as many dots (pixels), while the resolution is also twice as high both horizontally and vertically. Accordingly, the total number is more than 4 times. What’s the point of this?

The answer is simple: the size of the pixel (the controlled luminous dot) is reduced, resulting in a clearer picture when viewed even on huge displays.

About TV screen resolution and size

There is no direct relationship between resolution and screen size. The main indicator is the number of pixels located inside. To make it clear, you can refer to the phone camera. Let’s assume in its characteristic it is spoken about sensitivity equal to eight megapixels. This indicates the location in the interior of the receiving matrix, whose size does not exceed half an inch, eight million pixels. They are just very small.

Now back to TVs. Suppose one 4K TV has a diagonal of 20″, and the other has a diagonal of 100″. They both have the same number of pixels, just the size of each in the latest model will have a fivefold difference.
The presence of more pixels provides a clearer picture regardless of the screen size. This can be seen in the two adjacent pictures, but there are some nuances:

The exception, or deception, if you like, is the artificially lowering of both color and contrast in the first illustration, which shows the resolution used in Full HD. The reality looks a little different, since the light emitted by the pixels has the same brightness in relation to each of the color segments.

4K application

Having an updated format on huge screens will bring viewers closer to them. In addition, Ultra HD will be actively used in monitors, and those on which they design. Since it is in the performance of this type of activity that great importance is attached to the ideality of clarity.

Should I buy a 4K TV at home?

To answer this question, it is necessary to assess its advantages and, if any, disadvantages. Let’s start with the fact that 4K TVs typically have curved screens. Therefore, you should be prepared for their significant cost.

The next question is the availability of 4K shows and movies. The appearance of such content should be preceded by the development and release of equipment capable of shooting with such a resolution. And this is still in its infancy.

Watching movies or programs on a 4K TV, as well as an analog signal, is pointless, because in the old days no one even stuttered about eight megapixels.
Shooting must be done at 120 Hz to view in Ultra HD resolution. But for such an impressive flow, it is necessary to have means of transmission and storage. If the “weight” of one film in Full HD resolution is 20 or 40 GB, then by a simple calculation for Ultra HD we get a size from 80 to 160 GB!

With such dimensions it is meaningless even to talk about online views and the Internet. It will be possible to use exclusively media set-top boxes using a hard drive of several terabytes in size. Provided that someone uploaded at least a dozen or two films to it.

In order to be able to transfer content to a TV from media set-top boxes, the user will need not only an interface, but also a cable that complies with the HDMI 2.0 standard. Using the old HDMI 1.4 to transfer a lot of streaming 4K video will not work.

Due to the fact that a 4K signal has an impressive density and complex processing, it may be interrupted. This probability is greatest when displaying image elements that move quickly. And mobility is the prerogative of all cult modern films.

To summarize. To make our conclusion clearer, let’s draw an analogy with a car. Buying a 4K TV for home is almost the same as buying a powerful fancy car that can accelerate to a speed of 300 km/h in a few seconds and drive it through city streets with a speed limit of 60 km/h. Of course, such an owner will be called cool, stylish, antler, but … .. not very smart.

Bigger is better, but is it always?

The ideal option is a full match between the resolution in which the shooting was made and the same indicator on the TV. After all, even with a slight discrepancy, the occurrence of a directly opposite effect, similar to that arising in the scaling process, is not ruled out.

Look at the example below. It would seem that all the lines have exactly the same thickness and the Full HD monitor, but even this does not allow you to hide the visual errors that occur during the scaling process. One gets the impression that the difference in the thickness of the lines if the scale changes.

And finally. If, sitting at a comfortable distance in front of a home TV, the user does not see pixels, then why overpay money for a trendy model?

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