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Hey 🙂

 

Shopping for a new TV.

Models are sorted as either 4K, 8K or "DHU" resolution.

I don't know what DHU means.

It seems like at least some of the DHU units are 4K so I'm confused.

 

Google didn't help (-> bunch of irrelevant results)

 

Anyone knows what DHU stands for?

 

Thanks

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DHU's not a thing, UHD is and is the "other name" for consumer 4K (3840x2160).

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1 hour ago, Kilrah said:

DHU's not a thing, UHD is and is the "other name" for consumer 4K (3840x2160).

I guess you're right and they made a typo on the website I'm browsing. I cannot find this anywhere else either.

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