The Ultimate Luxury TV for Your Austin, TX Home
Sony is well known for its movie production capability and tools. They are the only consumer electronics company to own a major movie studio, and their cameras are used to film the biggest blockbusters. As part of their ongoing quest to continue push the envelope in cinematic technology, they recently announced a partnership with Galaxy Theatres in Las Vegas to open the first-ever Sony Digital Cinema, a large format theater for the most immersive movie experience.
Sony is a consumer electronics pioneer, having a hand in creating or significantly influencing every major audio and video standard of the past 30 years. With that type of experience in film and consumer electronics, Sony knows what it's doing! Understandably, the Sony brand is synonymous with high quality, innovative, TVs and audio-visual equipment. A&B TV is proud to be Austin’s local source for Sony’s Master Series luxury TVs.
Keep reading to learn more about how has continued to innovate the home entertainment space with the MASTER TV series.
Sony’s Superior 8K Processing is a Sharper and Brighter TV Picture
4K has become the standard resolution for larger TVs, but the next step is 8K resolution, which increases the 4K vertical resolution from 3840 pixels to 7,680 pixels, for a total of thirty-three million panel pixels, producing a sharper and more detailed image.
Sony 8K TV technology is better, because Sony builds the digital cameras used in the motion picture industry to shoot the movies and shows you love to watch and understands how best to process this information in the TV products they design and sell. Sony utilizes 8K X-Reality PRO in their 8K TV’s, which enhances every pixel with stellar processing power technology and communication with its 8K database.
Keep reading the blog for more information on how Sony 8K TVs are leading the pack and changing the game for 8K TV.
We take a look at some of our best projectors from Sony, Epson & JVC to help you determine the best fit for your home.
If you’re looking for a Titanic-sized screen for your Home Theater or Media Room, a Front Projector is your best bet. Although TV screens are bigger than ever, projectors are still a great option if you really want to achieve the largest screen size possible, at the lowest cost. Just like your local Movie Theater, which uses a front projector to project the image to the screen, this is same technology for your Home Theater, if you really what to go “Big”. However, not all projectors are equal and many projectors on the market are designed to mainly display data and not motion video, as well many of these data projectors are lower resolution and lack proper black levels necessary for watching movies that have scenes filmed at night or deep space movies like Star Wars.
To help you find the right projector, we’ve selected some Home Theater Projectors that we trust, so you can find the one that best meets your needs. Continue reading to get a better idea of which projector you’d like for your Home Theater.
Samsung 8K TV Technology
TV has evolved dramatically in the past two decades. By 2009, fifty percent of American households had switched from Standard Definition to 1080P Full HD at twice the speed of the transition from Black and White to Color TV in the ‘60s. Then 4K High Definition arrived, with even sharper picture quality, like Samsung’s newest QLED Smart 4K TV’s. Now 8K TV has arrived at A&B TV in Austin, TX and it’s unlike anything we’ve seen yet.
But what is 8K TV and is Samsung 8K TV technology right for you? Keep reading to learn more about the newest Samsung QLED 8K TV technology.