Aktuell können Kunden auf zwei UHD-Sender zugreifen. Sky Sport Bundesliga UHD ist auf Kanalplatz abrufbar. Sky Sport UHD finden. Hier alle Infos zu den linearen Sendern, Streaming-Services und Sky UHD ~30 Pay TV Sender, 18 in HD; Alle Serien von Sky inkl. aller Sky Originals. Im Herbst startete Sky zwei lineare UHD-Sender. Weitere Inhalte aus dem Film- und Serienbereich sind über den Sky Q-Receiver über.
Welche Inhalte werden in Ultra HD gezeigt?Diese Inhalte bekommen Sky-Kunden jetzt in UHD. Sky auf dem Fernseher Sky gehört zu den bekanntesten Pay-TV-Sendern in. Überblick zu Receiver, Sender, Inhalte in UHD bei Sky. Ultra HD ist auf dem Vormarsch und der Bezahlsender Sky überträgt als erster Anbieter in Deutschland. Was brauchen Sie für Ultra-HD-Empfang beim Pay-TV-Sender? Sky bietet 4K sowohl für Streaming als auch für klassische Übertragungen an.
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Thread starter StevieO Start date Jun 30, StevieO Novice Member. Hi All - First timer on here so go easy on me!!
Simply hold down the microphone button on the Bluetooth touch remote, speak your search term and, invariably, the system will recognise your words and come up with some useful results.
Sky has also added the ability to record extra channels simultaneously on the Sky Q 2TB box, up from the original four while watching a fifth, to six while watching a seventh.
Dolby Atmos support is also now available during Premier League matches. And, as of the first half of , the Sky Q platform finally supports HDR content, principally via its own Sky Originals TV Shows but also, more recently, via Netflix.
There are caveats to this, unfortunately, which we detail below:. Buy Sky Q now from Sky. For this review, we originally tested the Sky Q Silver box, which is the top-of-the-line model in the range.
This box has now been replaced with the newer Sky Q 2TB v2, which we've also tested. The main physical difference with the Sky Q 2TB v2 box over the v1, aside from the fact that it supports HDR, is that the new box has a separate offboard power brick, where the v1 had the power supply built in.
It's also a touch smaller and the Ethernet port supports Gigabit speed. Otherwise, it does pretty much all the same stuff. Image 21 of On the original Sky Q boxes you also got a HDMI In port, which was blocked off.
It was never enabled and new boxes don't even have an HDMI input, which is a shame, as this would add to the system's flexibility. READ NEXT: Best TV for gaming: These 4K, HDR televisions will get the most out of your PS4 Pro or Xbox One X.
Sky has also updated its remote control offering since launch. Originally, it came with the iffy Touch Remote and that was your only choice.
We were never big fans of the touch remote, even the "improved" model, so this is definitely a good move on Sky's part, especially since all the other good stuff about the remote stays the same.
It's Bluetooth, so you don't need to point it at the box to control it. In fact, you can hide the box behind a cupboard door if you want to and the remote will still work.
Another nice feature is that, if you hit the Q button on the front of the Sky Q box, the remote will play a high-pitched tone, making it easier to find.
Also, the voice button allows you to search for channels and even quickly launch channels and apps using voice commands.
Image 22 of It's worth noting that the remotes that ships with the Sky Q Mini boxes are plain old infrared models. They might look like the main remote but they lack the voice button and the Bluetooth facility.
Sky completely revamped its interface when it originally launched Sky Q and, although it has refined it in the time since it still works in largely the same way.
Note, that the screenshots below are from the original Sky Q UI. Everything is organised in vertical panels, with the TV mini guide on the left and menu options open to the right.
I found it really easy to get going with the system right from the start, as all of the menu options are clearly labelled, allowing you to quickly find what you want, such as Sports, Sky Store, Sky Movies, Recordings, and so on.
The My Q section is a particularly neat new addition. This shows you recently viewed programmes, so you can quickly get back to what you were watching from any device, as part of Fluid Viewing.
The one thing that doesn't appear in My Q is live channels from other boxes, so you can't start watching on one box and continue watching on another if you've paused live TV.
There is a little workaround for this: hit record on one box, then the recording appears in My Q for you to carry on watching from another device.
Why not just assign one of the four coloured buttons to this? You can't delete whole series from here or select multiple shows and delete either.
To do that, you have to, rather counterintuively, visit the A-Z section in the Recordings part of the menu. And there's no on-screen help, either, so you'll have to work this all out for yourself or Google it.
Another irritation is that, for shows set to series link, when you go to watch the latest episode, new shows are placed right at the bottom of the list, even when you've clearly watched every one.
Picture-in-picture mode is used to great effect on the Sky Q 2TB box thanks to its dedicated tuner. So, bring up the channel guide slide up on the remote or the previous channel slide right on the remote and you can see what's on another channel, complete with a live, soundless preview.
TJT1 said:. Does that correspond to the 7. Of course, a lot of Sky UHD content is live, so there's no way it can be as efficiently compressed as on demand.
Steve Burling said:. Hi DTS Thanks for the response, not what I wanted to hear. I'm surprised Sky haven't addressed this matter given the Technology these days.
Well, they seem to have them in the main box, so I'm not quite sure that the availability or otherwise of 4k chips is really relevant to Sky mini boxes not 'doing' 4k.
Skyfall74 Active Member. If the mini boxes had drives in them they would at least be able to download UHD content to their drives, to be watched afterwards.
And this would likely solve the OP's problem. Unfortunately that haven't so won't. I would go Sky UHD, but it would mean giving up my 2nd Sky HD box in my bedroom, which of course has a drive in it, separate from my living room box.
Totally unacceptable to do this. These 'mini' boxes are called that for a reason Phantom84 Active Member. You could always run hdmi splitter over some Cat6 baluns which would give you the same video on another TV but given how limited 4k live is and other stuff being available in HDR from native apps it isn't really worth the hassle.
Phantom84 said:. Limited 4k and [nothing] being available in HDR Skyfall74 said:. I've got two sky HD boxes, each with 2Tb drives - it does me nicely.
When next generation Sky UHD boxes come out, I'll reasses. It may use the main box if that's part of the mesh, but that's not mandatory.
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