4k UHD HDR10 (8-bit panel)

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So I got a TCL s405 4k UHD HDR Roku TV because I read a lot of good reviews, and it was in my budget. Even though it says HDR10, after research I know that 8-bit panel isn't true HDR; to my disappointment. I know low entry 4k TVs won't really have true HDR, but it would have been nice if it did. Anyways, I was going to ask if HDR with 8-bit paneling is still noticeably different than a regular 1080p TV? With the 8-bit HDR along with good dithering will colors be better? I just want to know if I am at least improving my picture quality and color quality with this upgrade... just to be satisfied enough with my purchase.
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You can improve the quality by making the adjustments. The thing with doing that and any other television is you may still need to adjust some channels as their quality may not be what you are looking for. I see a few channels where the color/tint is off, the sound volume and quality is not consistent.. I don’t think any television is going to get it right 100% of the time so we either live with the subtle differences or keep adjusting the settings.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    If you did mean, 4K uhd (ultra high definition) then it is more better & noticeably differ than 1080P regular television. How did you set/ install this item by yourself or by getting help from vendor? It is better to ask or get help from the authorized service center as it is very new.
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