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Panasonic DP-UB450 and DP-UB150 Ultra HD Blu-ray Players with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision

Panasonic DP-UB450

The Panasonic DP-UB450 and DP-UB150 Ultra HD Blu-ray players are the latest innovations introduced at CES 2019. Both models are able to play HDR discs in HDR10 and HDR10+ formats. Support for dynamic metadata is further enhanced on the UB450, which is also compatible with Dolby Vision. Therefore, Panasonic has three “universal” players (UB450, UB820, and UB9000) for HDR. The …

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Panasonic introduced GZ2000 4K OLED TV With Dolby Atmos Speakers, Dolby Vision, and HDR10+

Panasonic GZ2000 4K OLED TV

Panasonic introduced their new flagship TV called GZ2000 4K OLED TV at CES 2019. This 4K TV screen uses a “professional edition” panel and is calibrated by expert Stefan Sonnenfeld. Panasonic GZ2000 4K OLED TV has been tuned to perfection by Stefan Sonnenfeld, a color expert who has worked with Hollywood blockbusters like “300”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “Star Trek” and …

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Sony UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player with Dolby Vision Launched at CES 2019

Sony UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player

Sony announced the UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player. The new model has been presented at CES 2019, is substantially an improved version of the X800 was released back in 2017. The design is now Sony’s classic, squared lines, rather compact dimensions and a shiny plastic strip that runs along the front side. The reading mechanics can play Ultra HD Blu-ray, …

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Epson TW7400, TW9400 and TW9400W 3LCD Projectors with HDR Announced

Epson has updated the range of its 3LCD projectors with the launch of the three models EH-TW7400 (with white finish), EH-TW9400 and EH-TW9400W at IFA 2018. All three Epson projectors offer the same resolution: they are capable of handling all 4K input devices.. The operation is similar to that of the JVC e-shift technology: the projector operates by translating images …

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Official HDR10+ Logo Will appeared on Samsung 2018 Premium UHD and QLED TVs

Samsung 2018 Premium UHD , QLED TV with HDR10+

The Samsung’s 2018 Premium UHD (from NU8000 series and up) and QLED TV series are now officially certified with HDR10+ technology. The products will be labeled with the official HDR10+ logo, in order to make immediately apparent support for open format and free of royalty promoted by Samsung, Panasonic, Fox and even embraced by Philips and Warner Bros. HDR10+ was …

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Sony A9F Master Series OLED TV With X1 Ultimate SoC Announced

Sony A9F Master Series OLED TV

Along with the Z9F, Sony also unveiled the A9F OLED TV at an event in New York. It will be available in two display sizes 55″ and 65″ both equipped with Ultra HD resolution. These smart TVs are also part of the Sony’s Master Series, made to offer the highest image quality. The Japanese brand compares the performance to professional …

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Sony Z9F Master Series LED TV With X1 Ultimate SoC Announced

Sony Z9F Master Series LED TV

Sony has announced its flagship series TV line up called Master Series including new Z9F LED and A9F OLED TVs. So let’s talk about the Smart TV made to offer high performance in line with the professional displays used in production studios. The LED panel mounted on the Sony Z9F is the FALD type, ie Full LED with local dimming. …

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LG HU80KA Ultra HD HDR Laser Projector in New Video

LG HU80KA projector

LG Electronics has made a new video to show its high-end HU80KA projector. The product has a compact size and considerable versatility. The heart of this model is the DLP470TE DLP chip, equipped with 1920 x 1080 micro-mirrors and with a 0.47-inch diagonal size. To achieve the Ultra HD resolution the LG HU80KA uses a system known as XPR (Expanded …

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Acer Aspire X 4K Monitors with HDR10, 49 and 55-inch Displays Announced

Acer Aspire X 4K Monitors

Acer announces two new 4K monitors in its Aspire X series, we talk about the EB550Kbmiiipx and EB490QKbmiiipf models are able to offer a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels and characterized by a diagonal of 54.6 and 48.9 inches respectively. Both monitors equipped with IPS (10 bit) panels differ in size only, while both support the HDR10 to ensure the more …

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