What is 4K TV?

A 4K TV is a TV set with 4K resolution. That means the TV has 3,840 horizontal pixels and 2,160 vertical pixels, for a total of about 8.3 million pixels. On TV product specifications, resolutions are usually shown as “3840 x 2160” for 4K TVs.

Resolution is a term that tells you just how densely these tiny dots, the pixels, are put together on the display. Individual pixels collect together to make up the image you see on the screen, so the higher the pixel count the higher the resolution. The “K” in 4K stands for Kilo (1000), meaning a TV that has achieved a horizonal resolution of about 4,000 pixels. Read more

The difference between PMPO and RMS Watts

When a person wants to buy a sound system, he or she needs to buy the correct amplifier accordingly. It is always preferred by a person to buy an amplifier that has the latest features with minimal cost. There are multiple kinds of Amplifiers available in the market today, ranging from different features to various costs in many brands, and two such types are the RMS and PMPO. Read more