What is the difference between HD Ready and Full HD 1080p?

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What is the difference between HD Ready and Full HD 1080p?

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Jack Evance

Hey! Difference is in resolution. Modern TV models like for example LG OLED65B6P supports 4K/UHD(3840 x 2160) and Full HD(1920×1080) too. If you are searching for new TV I recommend to pay attention to new models with OLED type and size bigger than 65 inch. Such device will be great!

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Bruce Smm

To enjoy these services you have to purchase blu-ray player, of course. Nowadays you can find blu-ray player of almost all main brands like Samsung, LG, Sony, etc. And they are not expensive at all. I recommend you to check this source in order to understand what particular model do you need. Only in such a way, you will understand what does “Full HD 1080p” mean.

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Any TV that displays the HD Ready logo is equipped to show high definition broadcasts whereas Full HD 1080p indicates that your HD Ready TV has the highest quality resolution currently available. To benefit fully from these services you will need an HD digital receiver such as Sky+ HD or a full HD DVD or blu ray player.

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