TU-UD1000 AQUOS 4K Recorder

Sharp’s TU-UD1000 AQUOS 4K recorder can receive, record, and play back 4K trial broadcasts*1 (4K 60p) in their original resolution, an industry first*2.
In June 2014 in Japan, the NexTV-F (Next Generation Television & Broadcasting Promotion Forum) began broadcasting 4K trial broadcasts on 124/128° CS digital broadcasting, but to watch these broadcasts users require a compatible HEVC decoder*3 and a tuner for SKY PerfecTV’s Premium Service.
The TU-UD1000 has an HEVC decoder and a tuner for SKY PerfecTV’s Premium Service, allowing users to receive 4K trial broadcasts in their original resolution. By combining this product with a 4K-compatible AQUOS TV*4, users can enjoy high-resolution 4K entertainment.
The TU-UD1000 has a 1TB hard disk for storage of approximately 53 hours*5 of 4K broadcasts in DR mode. It is also compatible with the HDMI 2.0 standard (4K 60p) for digital image transmission and the HDCP 2.2 copy protection standard, which means that users can play back the 4K trial broadcast images (in 4K 60p) in their original 4K resolution.

4K trial broadcasts were begun in June 2014 by the NexTV-F (Next Generation Television & Broadcasting Promotion Forum) on a dedicated, no-fee channel on 124/128° CS digital broadcasting in Japan. It is not a SKY PerfecTV Premium Service channel. To watch these broadcasts, users require, in addition to the TU-UD1000 AQUOS 4K recorder, a 4K-compatible TV (HDCP 2.2 compatible) or a Sharp AQUOS Quattron Pro (XL10 series), a SKY PerfecTV IC card (comes with the TU-UD1000), a SKY PerfecTV Premium Service-compatible antenna, and a viewing subscription (free of charge).
As of May 20, 2014; for a 4K recorder.
A decoder compatible with the HEVC (high-efficiency video decoding) compression standard for 4K trial broadcasts.
If using the AQUOS LC-70UD1 or LC-60UD1 TVs, the TV’s software needs to be updated.
Number of hours of 4K trial broadcasts at 40 Mbps. Note that the actual number of hours that can be recorded will be greater or less than this number depending on the quality of the images recorded and other factors.