8K Ultra HD TVs
What is a 8K TV?
An 8K TV is also sometimes called an 8K Ultra HD TV or an 8K UHD TV. The reason it’s called any of those things is because of the screen resolution. There are about 7,700 horizontal and about 4300 vertical pixels in an 8K TV. That means about 33 million pixels all up, about four-times the number of pixels as a 4K TV. That means higher resolution and incredibly crisp detail. JB is the home of big-brand TVs, and we’ve got 8K televisions from some of the biggest brands in the world instore and online, including Samsung, Hisense and LG.
Is an 8K TV worth it?
While there isn’t a lot of 8K content out there at the moment, it’s only a matter of time before 8K resolution becomes as popular as 4K is now. So, can get in early with an 8K Smart TV today and be ready. 8K TVs have upscaling technology, which means they can upscale existing content as much as possible. So either way, while you may not be watching total 8K on your TV, you’ll be watching a picture quality that’s better than you have ever seen before.
The best 8K TVs also have a heap of other features which make them great value, such as:
- Amazing screens. Infinity displays will make the vision seem real.
- Picture quality. Remarkable detail and radiant colours.
- Detail. The picture is analysed by algorithms and adjusted to perfection.
- Cinema sound. Feel like you’re there and never miss a word.
- Connectivity. Built-in smart-home devices and Bluetooth connections.
- Stunning designs. No gaps and no chunk.
- Accessories. Compatible with the accessories you need such as JB installation, brackets, and streaming.
What is the difference between a 4K and 8K TV?
As mentioned above, the main difference between a Full HD TV, a 4K TV, and an 8K TV is the higher resolution, which means a better picture quality. JB has two types of 8K TVs on our shelves:
For all the 4K vs 8K TV talk, and to find out more about the differences in LED and QLED, check out our TV Finder info.
How do you choose an 8K TV to buy?
Like all major appliances, it pays to do a bit of research before jumping in and buying an 8K TV. The place to start is by checking our TV Buying Guide. There’s a heap of info on there about how to choose a new TV, and the best 8K TV, for you and your home. Think about things like:
What is the best 8K TV?
One of the key reasons in deciding which TV is right for you is screen size. It depends on your space and how far away you’re watching it from. There’s a couple of different 8K TV sizes on the market at the moment, including:
- 65 inch 8K TV
- 75 inch 8K TV
- 85 inch 8K TV
^Discounts apply to most recent previous ticketed/advertised price. As we negotiate on price, products are likely to have sold below ticketed/advertised price in stores prior to the discount offer. Prices may differ at airport & express stores.