Your 1080p TV is old already. (4K) UHDTV is Next.
For the most part HDTV can deliver or display excellent 1920 x 1080p pixels on television, if viewed at the proper distance form the screen. A lot of time tv is not 1080p. Most of TV today are named 1080i and 1080p. They both have the same screen resolutions. The difference is 1080i video is interlaced. 1080i video plays back at 60 frames per second. It actually sends oput 30 frames per second 60 frames per second uses too much bandwidth. The tv displays frames twice. The first frame is 1920 x 540 for even scan fields. The second scan is 1920 x 540 for the odd scan fields. This is what interlacing is being much cheaper as fsr as bandwith cost to deliver 1080i. 1080p (the p is for progressive delivery.It sends both horizinal and vertical signals at once, that makes for a clearer picture.
For years television has come to the home with ratio 4.3 a resoultion 480i. 1080 upped the resolution to a 16.9 ratio which has become the standard television resoluitions for television.
From 480i to 720p and on to the current 1080p standard, the next wave of dazzling picture quality and monstrous screen sizes will come with 4K Ultra HD. 4K is the new standard of pin sharp picture quality that has started to make its debut in living rooms up and down the country. 4K or Ultra HD is four times the resolution of 1080p, which is technically supposed to measure 4,096 x 2160 pixels (or 2160p). If you thought 1080 full HD TV was impressive, then 4K (UHDTV) offers a resolution that is four times the resolution than 1080p (2160x1080). Ultra television is unbeliveable, when you see it you will be amazed.
UHDTV refers to a resolution of 4000 pixels across. The standard 4K resolution for movies is 4096 x 2160 pixels, much more than the HD standards of 1280 x 720 and 1920 x 1080 pixels. In the home the resolution is actually a lower resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Cable television, DSL, Satellite all broadcast in 1080i not 1080p and the a frame rate of 60fps in 1080i.
A 4K TV fits four times as many pixels onto the screen, so you can see more stars in the night sky, individual leaves on trees, lines on faces, weaves in clothes than your eyes can perceive in real life. Your eyes no longer see mere rows of pixels but instead feel as if the world in the TV is as convincing as the one outside your living room, making it much easier to become truly immersed in what you're watching.It also change the beauty industry. They will have to come with new products.
SUPER UHD TV is smart tv, advanced technology, with billions of colors, smoother motion, higher brigthness, HDR with Dobly Vision.
Blu-Ray HD DVD Players
Blu-ray Disc players are changing the way we watch movies at home. Most of the Blu-ray players we reviewed have the ability to play DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray movies, so you don’t need to worry about replacing you older DVD collection. The best Blu-ray players can play many different video formats, including AVCHD and DivX video formats. Some Blu-ray players also gave 2d to 3d conversion. They have the ability to raise the quality of DVDs to high definition 1080p. Some Blu-ray players may not be able to achieve Ultra HD upscaling but still can upscale the quality of your DVD to 1080p.