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Product Highlight: 4K HDR HDMI

Product Highlight: 4K HDR HDMI

A good entertainment system is going to be a mishmash of high-end and low-end equipment. Sometimes you don't need the top of the line product, and the affordable equipment works about as well as anything. But there are going to be those devices that you don't mind spending a little extra on to get theater-quality entertainment in the comfort of your own home. The 4K HDR HDMI Over 100 M HDBaseT TX/RX kit is one of those devices. When you go cheap on the HDBase kit, you wind up with information loss, skipping frames, all sorts of unpleasant artifacts. If you're willing to pay for quality, it's nothing but crystal clear picture, even if you're watching 3D content.

What are the Features?

There are several features of the 4K HDR HDMI kit. It has full 4K and UHD capability, it's HDCP compliant, you have field-updatable firmware, so you don't have to worry about how you're going to update it, you have long distance extension for HDMI with no picture quality loss, and it's multi-channel audio compliant. You can run sound through the system, and even your most hardcore audiophile friends can appreciate this kit.

We like how easy it is to plug the 4K HDR HDMI kit in and get going. You're not going to be sitting there with the manual for a full afternoon going "try plugging the other wire into it." Pop it on a shelf, plug everything into it and you're good to go. High-end entertainment equipment isn't always built with user-friendliness in mind. They know that it tends to be fairly technical people who buy this stuff, so they're often produced with sort of a "You figure it out" approach. It's a small thing, but it's appreciated when stuff is easy to use.

The thing about the kit is that it's great for the home theater, but you could also build an actual theater around this device. You could project on a drive-in screen and not lose any sound or picture quality with the kit. It's a professional-quality kit, and we recommend it with high marks for your home theater.

Worth the Price?

The thing about the kit is that the prices tend to vary. We've seen it being sold for as high as $900. The device is worth it at any price if you have the money to shell out, but obviously, you're probably not going to want to spend hundreds of extra dollars on someone else's markup. It looks and sounds like a $900 kit, but you don't have to pay $900 for it if you're a smart shopper.

Who's it For?

The thing about the kit is that it's great for the home theater, but you could also build an actual theater around this device. You could project on a drive-in screen and not lose any sound or picture quality with the kit. It's a professional-quality kit, and we recommend it with high marks for your home theater.

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