HDGuru Reviews Roku 4

Just when I thought I was sold on the Roku 2, I found this review of the Roku 4. No mention of fan noise, or the top melting though. Hmm… Adding 4K Ultra HD movie and TV show streaming, a world-class selection of streaming apps and services, and a new and improved operating system, the new Roku 4 set-top media […]

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HDTVtest Has The Scoop On LG + OLED + HDR

LG loves OLED, LG’s OLED displays support two of the five (!) HDR standards and more. Including temptation for UK buyers at the end. Must resist 🙂 OLED television has captured the attention and imagination of the videophile community due to the display technology’s ability to render true blacks, and one manufacturer more than others has been responsible to push […]

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Is the Roku 4 Worth It?

I was all set to pull the trigger on a Roku 4 until I found out it had a fan, and it can be quite loud. So I started wondering if it was worth 2x the price of the 2015 Roku 2, and frankly I’m on the fence. I have a couple months to figure it out, but I’m curious […]

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DISH @ CES 2015

Dish Networks always puts on a good show at CES, and this year was no exception. There were dancing kangaroos, the CEO came in playing a drum, and there was plenty of loud music in the intro. Of course none of that would matter if it was all fluff, and Dish didn’t disappoint here either announcing the 4K Joey, a […]

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LG adds to the 4K content news at CES

CES 2015 seems to be the catalyst for getting content for the 4K screens which are getting better and less expensive. LG is getting into this in a big way with partnerships for content including GoPro, DirectTV VOD, Netflix, Youtube, and more. LG was one of the first LCD screens I bought, and it still delivers great picture for an […]

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Home Theater Review Explains Rec 2020

I like big TVs, so there isn’t much selling required for me to see the value of 4K. That said, on a smaller display (IMO, anything less than 60″) I can also agree that there isn’t much benefit to throwing more pixels at the problem, but there is another potential benefit to the developing standard… You’ve likely also heard the […]

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HDTVTest: 4K vs 1080p Blind Test Results

I’m not surprised by HDTVTest’s finding that 97% of people could correctly identify a 4K display vs. 1080p, but I have to admit that they did it at 9′ on a set of 55″ displays was surprising. In my experience it’s only really obvious after 65″. They were fairly scientific in setting up the test to ensure it was as […]

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