Enhance Your Home Network for Excellent Audio Video
Aspen Home Theater Enthusiasts Can Enjoy an Epic Upgrade in Quality
Now that 4K Ultra HD is no longer just a dream for Aspen home theater lovers, it’s time to start enjoying the high-quality content that’s available. But unless you plan to re-build your entire Blu-ray library with the new 4K Blu-rays currently hitting the shelves, you’re likely going to be streaming and downloading a lot of content. The only problem is, many homes can’t support the format because it uses too much bandwidth. If you want to enjoy the benefits of UHD, you may need a network upgrade. Read on to learn more.
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One of the main issues facing homeowners who want to stream and download UHD content is limited network bandwidth. According to Akamai, a leader in content delivery services, only about 21 percent of American households are prepared to support the higher resolution format. That means, even if you have a UHD TV, and you’re streaming 4K content, you may not be seeing it. A network is the backbone of your smart home, and it may require upgrading or replacing multiple components to support UHD content. If you’ve worked with us before, your home theater may currently be ready to stream all of the 4K content your heart desires. If not, once we’ve designed and implemented a new network solution, your home will benefit in a big way. Not only will your theater be ready for UHD content, but your entire home will run smoother and more efficiently for years to come.
When it comes to streaming or downloading great stuff to watch, you’re going to need a lot of bandwidth. What about the connections between your devices? Your old cords may not be able to do the trick. Even if you have a 4K Blu-ray player and a projector capable of UHD display, if you’re using the same HDMI cables, you could be missing out. By upgrading to HDMI 2.0, you can support all sorts of content. Able to support 1080p HD twice over, you could theoretically run two separate movies in full HD simultaneously. Or you could just enjoy one UHD picture with advanced features like HDR and HFR. We always strive to “future-proof” your home theater and network, to ensure lasting connections for years to come. If you’re having trouble viewing UHD content, contact us today.