Turning now to the section of the technical features, the new UHD One 55 features a 55-inch LCD screen with LED backlight and Ultra HD or resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), which is a quality four times higher than that of Full HD , the highest standard of quality until relatively recently. The imaging system also has a climber to increase the quality of the lower resolution videos, the perfect excuse to revisit old movies on DVD.
Another interesting features is the dual tuner that gives us several advantages such as the possibility of zapping instant, without any interval between changes in black channel. If you also combine dual tuner with network connection One 55 UHD, we can send TV images at a tablet or a smartphone while watching another program on the screen. For this it will only need to download the MyTV2Move application, available for free to iOS or Android devices. The presence of network connectivity also means that the UHD One 55 features a full Smart TV mode with which we will access videos and music on demand, and unburden all applications. Entertainment Mode or Smart TV also has Internet radio tuner, allowing access over network 30.o00 stations and allowing you to search by typing the name of the group or artist you want to listen.
The new One 55 UHD also allows us to record our favorite shows on your internal hard drive or 1TB external drive or USB pen drive. This function allows you to record a program while watching another channel, and even watch two channels at once using the PIP (Picture in Picture) while recording a third on the hard disk. As for the provision of audio, UHD One 55 is equipped with two rear-facing speakers offer a total power of 40 W. It also incorporates a decoder supports 5.1 multichannel audio formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD.
Mumbai: One 55-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly who were returning home after completing their tuition classes on August 03 evening. One of the victim sisters is said to be mentally challenged. The accused has been identified as Mushtaq Sakarkar, who is employed in Bombay Port Trust.