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The One Thing You’ll Need for an Epic Football Season This Year

Spruce up Your Home Theater System With This One Device

The One Thing You’ll Need for an Epic Football Season This Year

Football season is here and it’s time for you to settle in and start cheering on the Colts all the way to the Super Bowl. After all, as every true sports fan knows, they can’t do it without you. But if you think you’re going to cheer your team to victory with any old home theater system technology, you have another thing coming. If you haven’t upgraded the AV in your Auburn, IN home recently, now’s the perfect time to start. Of course, you need to know where to start – and that’s what this blog’s about. Read on to find out the single most important piece of technology you’ll need to optimize your football-viewing experience.


The Secret to a Better Home Theater System

So, what’s the major technology secret you’ll need to capture the gridiron action in all of its glory? That’s simple: you’ll need a 4K Ultra HD display. Sure, you may already know that 4K offers four times the resolution of now-standard 1080p HD. And you may even be thinking of writing the blog off as telling you something you already know. But you may not know that 4K UHD displays (both TVs and projectors) come with loads of additional technology that you’ll find plenty useful thisep football season.

The first and most important is high-dynamic range. HDR, as it’s otherwise known, is almost as important as 4K resolution when it comes to viewing details in digital images. It digitally widens the gamut between the brightest white and deepest black visible on screen, thereby making thousands of gradients of color available. That means a greater level of detail in each image – so you can follow the pigskin no matter where it is on the field.

In addition to HDR and 4K, you’ll want a display that offers high frame rate playback. HFR means you’re seeing more frames per second than normal, which flattens out the image and makes viewing motion a lot easier. Most movies and TV shows are shot and played back at 24fps, but sports are shot at 60fps to more accurately capture movement. If your display isn’t capable of digitally increasing the frame rate playback, you may notice things getting a little blurry as the camera whips back and forth down the field.

Are you ready for some football? We can help make this season one of the most memorable! Contact us today to learn more about how a 4K display can enhance your viewing experience all year ‘round. And if you want to learn more about other technologies that can improve your home theater, you can fill out this short form or click on the button in the bottom right of your screen to chat with a real person!