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High Dynamic Range Done Right

LG Super UHD and OLED TVs support both HDR10 and Dolby Vision™*, delivering the look that filmmakers intended, while assuring playability of current and upcoming HDR streaming content, such as Netflix.

HDR Content

Filmmakers strive to tell stories with the greatest believability possible. There are several steps in the creation process: Images are captured by a camera, then post-produced (edited, color-corrected, etc.), and then mastered — the critical “finishing touches” — before a movie or show is delivered to viewers.

HDR Televisions

The last step is the display, and until recently no television could reproduce a high dynamic range image. But just because a TV can accept and process an HDR signal, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s capable of realizing the full potential of this amazing new technology. Learn the facts and choose a TV that fully realizes The HDR Experience.