What is a HDR TV and How Does it Work?

    1. HDR stands for high dynamic range.
    2. It is the quality of a screen to correctly display the brighter parts and darker parts of the image that both contain displayable detail.
    3. It is a concept in television display that combines contrast ratio and color accuracy.
    4. Contrast ratio is the difference between the brightest and darkest parts of a screen image.
    5. These two extremes must be well balanced in order to display screen images that are as real as possible.
    6. Contrast ratio is assisted by color accuracy (high color gamut). Color accuracy involves the screen picking colors that most represent the object being displayed.
    7. A combination of these two factors gives you balanced and authentic pictures on your TV screen.
    8. For an HDR experience, you need an HDR-enabled TV (HDR TV) as well as HDR content such as Blu-ray films.


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