Television technology adds a lot of letters and new words into our every day language. You may hear HDR TV and Wide Color Gamut tossed around these days. What do they mean? Classic Stereo Electronics Professional Mike Smith explains in this week’s Electronics 101.
HDR TV and Wide Color Gamut
High Dynamic Range Television (HDR TV) basically describes a TV that can produce a wider range of darkness and brightness.
It usually goes hand in hand with a Wide Color Gamut. The gamut of colors can really enhance the quality of the picture.
Imagine a picture that has only one or two shades of green. Now imagine that same picture with a hundred different shades of green. The more shades of color a picture has, the more real it will look.
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