Sorry if this is newbish, but I'm out of the loop when it comes to TVs past 1080p.
I know 4K is a higher resolution than 1080p, but what is the relevance of the following terms:
We currently have a Samsung hdtv that is skipping on the audio video sync and I'm looking at Sky Q but probably not till Christmas. I'd just like to be in the know to keep an eye out for a bargain. I also have an Xbox One S that I'd like to pair with a 4K tv too (any recommendations?).
I see some 50" tvs that cost like £350 and then some that cost 3 times that. What's the difference?