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Videocon d2h first to preview the 4K Ultra HD DTH in India

04-July-2014
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Videocon d2h first to preview the 4K Ultra HD DTH in India

Videocon d2h, Asia’s most promising DTH brand and India’s fastest growing DTH service is all set to revolutionize the television viewing experience with the preview of 4K Ultra HD DTH services in India. The company newly rechristened as Videocon d2h limited will be the first Indian DTH company to provide these services.

Technological innovation has been the brand’s constant endeavour and with 4K Ultra HD, will be yet another futuristic technology, which Videocon d2h will launch. The 4K Ultra HD DTH services will be available commercially very soon. The live preview of the 4K technology by Videocon d2h is the first step towards ushering a new era of DTH industry in India.

4K Ultra HD resolution comprises of 3840 pixels × 2160p lines (8.3 megapixels, aspect ratio 16:9). UHD has twice the horizontal and vertical resolution & four times as many pixels overall as compared to the 1080p HDTV format. This technology enables image clarity with fine detail, greater texture and an almost photographic emulsion of smoothness. A 4K display reveals much more details, with results that can be astonishing. This provides a more immersive experience, bringing to life spacious wildlife panoramas as well as offering the most detailed action of a sports game. This 4K Ultra HD DTH service will act as a mandatory interface to receive the Ultra HD signals for your Ultra HD TVs. 

This new innovation is in continuation with the many innovations that Videocon d2h has brought in DTH industry like the first to bring 1000 GB High Definition Digital Video recorder, Radio Frequency Remote for DTH, Radio Frequency Remote with Earphones & Active 3D channel

Saurabh Dhoot, Director Videocon said, “Videocon d2h Limited as a leading DTH service provider, is committed to bring global technology into the Indian TV homes through our innovations. 4K Ultra HD is the latest innovation in viewing technology. We have successfully previewed the service today and demonstrated our capabilities.”

Anil Khera, CEO Videocon d2h said, “After many firsts in the DTH sector by Videocon d2h, once again we have taken the lead with 4K Ultra HD DTH services. 4K DTH services previewed today will revolutionize viewing in this country. It will provide images with so much clarity, finer detailing & nuances that the differences will be unbelievable. We are hopeful that we will be able to enhance the overall viewing experience through our product portfolios and service offerings.”

In addition, Videocon d2h offers 500 Channels and Services, 27 Asli “HD” channels & services, 239 regional channels & services, 130 South Channels & Services on its DTH platform. Videocon d2h has recently done a campaign on Indian values to highlight its feature of unlimited recording; with this one can attend to others, without missing the action on TV. 

Tags Videocon d2h 4K Ultra HD DTH Saurabh Dhoot Anil Khera

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