As you browse through channels, you realise that none of the shows on TV are actually broadcast in 4K – which puts a bit of a dampener on your excitement. So you’ve bought a shiny new 4K television and you want to see that glorious ultra high-definition display in all its glory.
Don’t depair! There’s loads of great 4K content out there that will help you get the best out of your new TV – you just need to find it.
YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime all support 4K content now,Breitling Transocean Replica so if you have a smart TV or a set-top box that connects to the internet, you’ll be able to find something to watch.
All of these services allow you to find titles available in 4K by simply searching for the terms “4K” or “UHD” from the TV.
However, to make life easier, Currys PC World has trawled the best of YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime and created this handy tool that lets you browse by service and genre:
It’s not a comprehensive list, but should at least give you enough options to see your TV display in the way that it was meant to be seen.
Any you can rest assured that more 4K content is being created all the time, so it won’t be too long before this option becomes the default for new films and programmes.
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