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4/15/2015 | 3:32:57 PM
Re: Hmmm
A lot of these companies just got to the point where they can barely offer real 1080p signals without severe artifacting. I imagine compression codecs will play a starring role here...
4/15/2015 | 3:22:51 PM
Re: Hmmm
@kbode good point, they would have to work out the bandwidth issue to be able to deliver on the 4K.
4/15/2015 | 1:02:49 PM
Interesting read, thanks Alan. Seems like set makers desperately want to convince consumers UHD/4K is something they need NOW, when it remains likely that the smart shoppers will probably wait until the tail end of 2016 when prices drop and standards solidify. Still don't see many traditional cable and phone pay TV operators having the necessary bandwidth to make this a reality, though.

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