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EIGHT MILLION PIXELS GREAT SOUND TO MATCH 4K TV RECEIVER SOURCE 4K TV RECEIVER SOURCE What makes a 4K TV so awesome? LOTS of pixels. All 4K TVs have over eight million pixels - that's four times as many as Full HD 1080p models. More pixels mean the TV can show more detail. That's why 4K TVs can produce images with incredible detail and depth. Watch bigger, sit closer A 4K TV picture looks more detailed than an HDTV's because 4K pixels are much smaller. So small you can barely see them, even with your face next to the screen. Images have a clear, seamless quality, even on a screen 65", 75", 85" or larger. Who doesn't want a bigger TV? Are the latest 4K TVs future-proof? Technology moves pretty quickly. Fortunately, every 4K TV we offer complies with the 4K standard. And TV makers can upgrade features via firmware updates that you simply download. If you want your 4K video content to sound as good as it looks, you'll definitely want surround sound. It adds an extra layer of realism to movies, drawing you in with captivating effects. For that, you'll need a home theater receiver that's compatible with 4K video signals. HDCP 2.2: what you need to know Most of the latest home theater receivers have built-in support for 4K, so you can connect your 4K-compatible sources directly for convenient source switching through the receiver. So how do you know for sure if a receiver is 4K compatible? Make sure it's HDCP 2.2 compliant . That means it will work with 4K copy protection, so it can pass 4K signals to your TV. We currently stock over 50 receivers with HDCP 2.2 compatibility. Have questions? Give us a call. Some receivers support HDCP 2.2 on all HDMI inputs, while others might only support it on some. Make sure you're connecting 4K sources (see page 23) to a compatible input - they're usually labeled on the back of the receiver (see photo at left), or consult your receiver's manual. Learn more about HDCP 2.2 at crutchReld.com/hdcp Immersive surround sound A five-channel surround sound system gives you thrilling audio effects. But if you really want to be fully immersed, get a receiver that supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. These are the most lifelike formats available to date. They really give you a sense of where objects would be located around you - like 3D for your ears. Power, Dolby Atmos , and 4K compatibility Denon's AVR-X1300W receiver gives you next-generation Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound to match the picture quality you get when you connect your 4K TV and components. Denon AVR-X1300W home theater receiver #033AVX1300 $599.99 When connecting 4K components to your home theater receiver, be sure to use HDMI inputs that support HDCP 2.2 copy protection. crutchRe HDMI CABLES: AN IMPORTANT LINK IN THE 4K CHAIN Your 4K experience is only as good as the weakest link in your system. Make sure to use HDMI cables that support the bandwidth necessary for 4K. A well-made "high- speed" HDMI cable like AudioQuest's Pearl does the job nicely. AudioQuest Pearl HDMI Cable, 6.6 feet #703PEARL2M $38.99 See our full selection of 4K/HDCP 2.2-compatible home theater receivers at crutchReld.com/4Khtr 20 60-day return policy. See crutchReld.com/returns

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