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Prepping Your Media Room for the Big Game

Home Audio Video Upgrades You’ll Need for the Super Bowl

Prepping Your Media Room for the Big Game

Now that we’re waving goodbye to 2017 and saying hello to the New Year, you may think the big events are going away for a while.

But if you’re a fan of football, the most exciting part of the year is just around the corner.

Super Bowl LII is just a few short weeks away. Is your Cherry Hills, CO home audio video system ready for it?

In this blog, we’ll show you some smart upgrades Logic Integration can make to your home entertainment system to ensure a memorable championship game.

Just keep reading for more!


4K Ultra HD


If you haven’t already, now’s the perfect time to upgrade to a 4K display. 


Also known as Ultra HD, 4K offers four times the resolution of now-standard 1080p high definition. 


What does that mean? It means the images are a lot more pixel dense, so you can sit up close without seeing any deterioration in the image.


When you view images in 4K, it’s more like looking through a window than a video display.

High-Dynamic Range


Along with 4K, one of the most important technologies for enjoying TV and movies is high-dynamic range.


HDR digitally increases the gamut between the darkest visible black and the brightest visible white on screen, and each color in between benefits.


The result is more gradients of all visible colors, making for a more realistic image.


If you think of a 4K display like a 1000 thread count sheet, HDR is as if the fabric is silk. Higher quality, denser materials for more comfortable, luxurious viewing.

High Frame Rate


Ever wonder why football games look different than movies?


When you watch a movie or TV show, everything looks like it has depth, the lighting looks dynamic and there’s a certain richness to the picture.


While watching sports, everything is flat and fast-moving.


The difference is largely due to frame-rate. Movies and TV are usually shot and played back in 24 frames per second, while sports are broadcast in 60fps.


Modern 4K UHD video displays allow for high frame rate playback. That makes following the ball a lot easier.


There’s no pixelation; no blurring as the camera moves around the field quickly. Just a crisp image from beginning to end.


Are you ready to enjoy a better looking Super Bowl this year? We’re here to help!


Just click here to begin your new home audio video upgrade right now.