TrueVisions has unveiled the 4K Ultra HD box ready for the football World Cup beginning on June 14.
TrueVisions platinum and gold members will be able to watch all 64 matches in the highest-possible resolution.
The World Cup in Russia will be the first content broadcast via the 4K Ultra HD system, which is four times clearer than HD and 20 times clearer than the existing standard system.
Subscribers with any package will be able to watch the World Cup on TrueSport HD3 (Channel 668) 24 hours a day. In the event of live coverage of multiple matches at the same time, TrueSport HD2 will also be broadcasting.
Those with platinum and gold packages can register now for a 4K Ultra HD box, the installation fee for which is Bt2,000, discounted from the normal Bt9,500.
“Television technologies have developed immensely,” marketing director Sueksith Cholasuek noted, “and TrueVisions never stops developing new technologies and enhance broadcast quality. With 4K Ultra HD, World Cup viewers will be able to watch in the highest resolution football’s superstars on 32 teams such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Mohammed Salah, Antoine Griezmann and Eden Hazard. The opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia is on June 14 at 10pm Thailand time.”