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8K TV is going to blow your mind. Capable of displaying millions more pixels than ever before, this is next-level technology that must be seen to be believed. And with the ability to upscale older movies and TV shows to higher resolutions, 8K TV will let you enjoy all your favourites all over again.

What is 8K?

Faster is Better

More Pixels Than Ever

8K resolution provides you with 4x more pixels than a 4K TV. Using up to 33 million pixels to create the most stunning pictures ever.

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Enjoy More Of What You Love

Whether it's a new blockbuster movie, the latest series to binge or a next-gen video game, the best content should be watched on the best TVs.

The World is Your Office

A Huge Jump In TV Specs

8K TVs have specs that are out of this world, with sharper definition, improved contrast and advanced image processing technology.

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Good, Just Got Better

8K TVs are even smart enough to upscale your old media. From DVDs to classic TV shows and movies too - history never looked so good!




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The Future Of Entertainment Is 8K

You may read the reviews where people say they 'can't really tell the difference between 4K and 8K'. While this may be true for them, it actually depends on the quality of content you're watching. Every month, more and more 8K content is being released. From nature documentaries to entire YouTube channels, there is so much 8K entertainment to check out. Hollywood has already shot some major blockbusters in 8K and the 2021 Tokyo Olympics will be broadcast in Japan on a dedicated 8K channel.

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8K Technology Glossary

Check out below to get clued up on all the 8K jargon before you start shopping


Every LED/LCD TV has a backlight behind the panel that lights up so your screen can display the 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 a washed-out look to them.


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. 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.


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 decode action packed information and display this content with minimal blurring.

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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.


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.


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.


A 1080p (pixel) TV is known as a Full HD TV, and refers to any TV with a display of 1920 x 1080 pixels. 8K TVs have nearly 16 times the amount of pixels as a Full HD TV.

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The Latest 8K Reviews

Samsung 65" Q800T 8K UHD

Chris's Customer Review

"Pros: Incredible picture quality, and a beast of a TV for gaming! Blacks are deep and shadow detail is strikingly vivid. Honorable mention to the AI upscaling technology, the best on the market ..."

LG 65" NANO95 8K UHD

Valentin's Customer Review

"Top TV. Sound is amazing. No need for any additional speakers. Picture is second to none. As if you're watching it with naked eye."

Samsung 82" Q800T 8K UHD

Adrian's Customer Review

"With so many new TV's on the market, the great customer service by Sam at Castle Hill Good Guys made for a great buying experience ..."

LG 75" NANO95 8K UHD

Lee's Customer Review

"Awesome TV. Bought this 2 weeks ago and extremely easy to set up and the picture upscaling is fantastic. Very fluid quick running TV."

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