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    Any of you guys would know if a B2V 6131 or 6400 are 4K compatible

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    No, bell does their 4K through fine internet

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    how about OLED tv

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    Quote Originally Posted by bus1962 View Post
    how about OLED tv
    whats the question? its a 4k tv

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    I'm planning to change my tv and I don't know what goes with what. I know 4K as a better definition and OLED is different so I don't know what will match together

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    Quote Originally Posted by bus1962 View Post
    I'm planning to change my tv and I don't know what goes with what. I know 4K as a better definition and OLED is different so I don't know what will match together
    Read this , its very informative . At least i think so ;D


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    All Marketing Hype, with B2V most of there HD content is at best 720p, a Handful of Sports and a few others is 1080p
    a lot of the SD viewing is still at 480p, they are no where close or have the capacity "YET" for 4K

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    Expresspuke has NO 4k content, so if that's what you're relying on, forget it.You can buy 4k tv's that upconvert 720/1080 to 4k which do make the picture quality much better in some cases, but not all.You will need Bell fibe,bluray (best), or some iptv streams for 4 k.

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