4K Ultra HD and high-dynamic-range (HDR) are serious buzzwords in the entertainment realm right now, and there’s good reason for that. The visual clarity 4K Ultra HD content offers is about as good as consumers can get right now, and HDR takes that picture quality up a notch with improved color reproduction and contrast on TVs that support it.

If you want to movies at home with visual quality as close as possible to a movie theater, then 4K Ultra HD HDR content is what you’re looking…

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