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WHAT YOU NEED TO VIEW ULTRA HD CONTENT
To view Ultra HD content, you will need:
• Ultra HD TV
• High-speed Internet connection
• 802.11n Wireless Router
802.11ac Wireless Router (For best performance)
• SSID (Wireless network name) and Network Password
• High-Speed HDMI cable
And at least one of the following:
or other streaming service account that oers Ultra
• Device with 4K Ultra HD output such as a
Viewing Ultra HD Content
WHAT IS ULTRA HD?
Ultra HD (UHD) oers four times the resolution of 1080p (That’s
twice as many pixels in each direction, horizontally and vertically).
The detail and resolution available from UHD makes everything you
watch more vibrant and lifelike, giving you a phenomenal viewing
The VIZIO R-Series Ultra HDTV is your crystal-clear window to a
brand-new entertainment experience, featuring powerful Ultra HD
performance, best-in-class picture quality, and premium Smart TV
In addition, R-Series is fully equipped and ready for nearly all
Ultra HD entertainment options. With support for HEVC decoding
and the latest Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac (that’s up to 3x faster than
), M-Series lets you stream Ultra HD from popular apps
such as Netix
. Its superior Spatial Scaling Engine accurately and
beautifully transforms your favorite 1080p entertainment such
as sports, movies, and TV shows into spectacular Ultra HD. And
support for the latest HDMI standards enables Ultra HD playback
from next generation cable and satellite receivers, Blu-ray players
and game consoles.
WHAT IS HDMI 2.0 AND HDCP 2.2?
Your R-Series TV supports the latest HDMI standards. This allows
next-gen cable and satellite receivers, Blu-Ray players, game
consoles, and more to deliver Ultra HD content.
In addition, the TV supports HDCP 2.2 technology which allows you
to play protected content from Ultra HD players and next-gen video
game consoles. The R-Series is built to be future proof where it will
allow users to view Ultra HD content as it becomes readily available.
HDMI ports 1,2, and 5 support HDCP 2.2 technology.
HDMI ports 1 through 4 support Ultra HD inputs at
up to 30Hz, while HDMI port 5 can support Ultra HD
inputs of up to 60Hz. For best performance with HDMI
port 5, only connect high-performance devices that are
capable of outputting 1080p or higher resolution.
Source: IEEE standard 802.11 specications. Maximum throughput rate of 802.11ac (1300
Mbps) is approximately three times faster than that of 802.11n (450 Mbps). Actual rate will
vary, and will be subject to router model, site environment, range, Internet bandwidth,
and other factors.