Best I can tell , Dish & SuddenLink have no 4K content . DirecTV is suppose to have a little , but apparently my cheap " package " does not include any 4K channels .
So , the 4K TV does not seem to do us much good .
It is a cheap Westinghouse . That may have something to do with it ?
Thanks , :-)
Brand has really nothing to do with it or better said, much like motoroil. Its not like Westinghouse makes the TV, some major company does.
1. Anyway, I agree with Steve C, chances are your TV is upscaling with 1080 content so you should have a better picture.
2. Im not sure if you watch DVDs but that is the ONLY way to get true 4k picture which means you should go out and buy any brand 4K blueray player, even if you rent Red Box Blue Ray DVDs in 1080P the player will upscale to 4k so you will enjoy a nice picture.
3. I dont agree and would not pay for 4k content from ANY pay TV provider that includes Cable, Satellite, Streaming such as Netflex etc. Streaming 4k, Pay TV 4K content is just a claim, its NOT true 4K, its acceptable 4K but not true, the pay TV and Streaming companies compress (dumb down) the picture because they can not deliver the amount of information for a true 4K picture like a 4kBlueRay player can.
We have Red Box all over the place where I live and I much rather watch a 1080P Blueray DVD then a dumbed down (claimed) 4K picture from a pay TV company. The up-scaling from a 4k Ultra Blue ray player will look just as good and better (I think) then ANY pay TV 4k, so save your money, enjoy you TV and if you have Redbox near you, go out and buy a cheap Ultra $k blue ray player for the family.
Please, no one take what I wrote personal, this is my thing about the CLAIMED 4k content that any cable company, satellite company or streaming service, its ALL [censored]. Its not true 4k and they charge you for it.
Hope this helps!