What is 4K? So glad you asked. Thanks to 4K TVs UHD resolution, family movie night will never be the same. 4K TV takes home viewing to a whole other level with clearer, quality picture resolution, brighter bolder colours, and deep striking contrasts. Together they make 4K TV an almost realistic viewing experience your family will love.

What is 4K?

4K Resolution

4K TV with Ultra High Definition (UHD) has four times as many pixels as standard HD TV, so it delivers a realistic and immersive viewing experience like never before.

Jaw-dropping Imagery

Say goodbye to pixelated images and hello to crisp, clear picture quality that delivers brighter colours and darker contrasts.
 

Want more content?

4K delivers. Free-to-air and popular streaming services like Disney+, now have more 4K content than ever before.
 

Let’s talk money.

Good news. With 4K TVs more affordable than ever, there’s never been a better time to upgrade your family’s viewing.
 

Featured 4K TVs

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Let’s Talk Tech

4K TVs have some of the latest and greatest UHD technology on offer. Let us take you through all you need to know.

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MYTH BUSTER

If you’ve heard – ‘what’s the point in buying a 4K TV when there’s hardly any 4K content to watch’, it’s time to bust this myth, because it’s so not true. Streaming subscriptions, such as Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime and Netflix all have 4K content – with Disney+ including 4K content in the subscription price. Plus Apple and Google, also have 4K UHD downloads and rentals available at pretty reasonable prices - usually only a dollar or so more than the HD rental.

4K Technology Glossary

Check out below to get clued up on all the 4K jargon before you start shopping.

Backlight

Every LED/LCD TV has a backlight behind the panel that lights up so your screen can display picture.

Black level

TVs with better dimming settings (or no backlight at all) have what is referred to as a better 'black level.' The elimination of the backlight prevents it glowing through to the front of the screen and stops darker scenes from having washed-out look to them.

Dimming

Dimming is the process of your TV's backlight switching off in parts of the screen that are meant to be displaying black.

Dolby Atmos

A surround sound technology, developed by Dolby Laboratories, which is integrated in more 4K TVs now, than ever before. Dolby Atmos adds the finishing touch to an immersive experience for viewers, with powerful sound that brings your favourite movies, TV shows and games to life.

Dolby Vision

An imaging technology, also developed by Dolby Laboratories, that upscales the picture quality, colour depth, and contrast and brightness of your TV screen. Give your entertainment the justice it deserves, and experience quality imagery only a step away from reality.

HDR

Known as high-dynamic range, is a feature becoming more and more common in 4K TVs. HDR compatible TVs can play HDR content, which is content optimised in a higher contrast ratio and enhanced colour accuracy that standard video signals cannot play.

Motion Blur

High intensity movies, video games and sports can be difficult for some TVs to display, causing an unintended blur when playing. TVs with a higher refresh rate are able to feed decode action packed information and display this content with minimal blurring.

OLED

OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode, and refers to a specific TV display where the pixels do not require a backlight as they are self-emitting. Automatically switching on and off, OLED TV pixels typically produce stunning contrasts with deeper blacks.

QLED

Stands for Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Diode, and it is these quantum dots that supercharge picture quality when the LED TV backlight shines through. QLED TV pixels typically produce explosive colours with a vast brightness scale.

Quantum Dots

These nanoparticles are present in QLED TVs, and make colours look super bright and vibrant when the TV's backlight shines through them.

UHD

Known as Ultra High Definition, UHD refers to any TV with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. UHD is also known as 4K.

Wide Colour Gamut

TVs with a Wide Colour Gamut are equipped with a broader palette of colours at their disposal, able to display more than one billion different shades of colour.

1080p

A1080p (pixel) TV is known as a Full HD TV, and refers to any TV with a display of 1920 x 1080 pixels. 4K TVs have nearly four times the amount of pixels as a Full HD TV.

In Case You Need More Convincing;
We’ll Just Leave These Reviews Here

LG 75" 4K UN8100 LED TV

David's Customer Review

"Crystal clear picture - Very happy with this TV. Fantastic picture, easy setup, highly recommend it."

Linsar 65" 4K TV

Jennie Lewis Home Tested Review

"Watching pure magic! Great resolution picture and sound !! Remote is easy to use So happy I purchased the larger size TV. Couldn't be happier."

Samsung 65" 4K QLED TV

Michelle's Customer Review

"Outstanding - I bought this TV a few weeks ago, I am so happy with it. The colour and definition is amazing and the sound. I havent even had to hook my sound bar up because its that good."

TCL 75" 4K P8m LED TV

Beau's Customer Review

"The features and crispness of the picture on this TV definitely puts it into a class above it's price tag! That paired with the sound makes it something I couldn't not recommend! Faultless."

Hisense 43" 4K LED TV

Milla Home Tested Review

"I was after 40S4 TV , but it was never in stock, so I had a look at 4K and I seriously love it. Haven't used to the full capacity as of yet in terms of apps, but love the picture and contrast of colours."

Sony 55" 4K LED TV

John's Customer Review

"Beautiful vision and excellent sound - this is the best upgrade that we have done going from a Sony 40" to a 55". All the new features are excellent and there are features there that we didn't think were possible."

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