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Japan 8k

Hello if im in the wrong threat would be nice if you put this in the right one
Im wondering how the people in Japan can get 8k
What cables are they using? ethernet cables?
and what processors or set top boxes?
do they have so much future technology?
i don't get this maybe you Guys can help me to understand this

Kind regards
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Hello if im in the wrong threat would be nice if you put this in the right one
Im wondering how the people in Japan can get 8k
What cables are they using? ethernet cables?
and what processors or set top boxes?
do they have so much future technology?
i don't get this maybe you Guys can help me to understand this

Kind regards
Not sure what sources they are using, however, you should not need any special cable (or yes but not more special than for current 600MHz setup) as 8K30 4:2:0 8b = 600MHz = 4K60 4:4:4 8b
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Not sure what sources they are using, however, you should not need any special cable (or yes but not more special than for current 600MHz setup) as 8K30 4:2:0 8b = 600MHz = 4K60 4:4:4 8b
thanks for the answer!
very interesting, i didn't know that this is possible.
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