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Richard

Richard Li
Co-Founder
Richard co-founded 4k.com with Kelly in May 2014. Previously, he worked as an equities derivatives trader and an digital marketing consultant. Richard currently overseas marketing, finance, legal and strategy for 4k.com.

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Kelly McCoy
Co-Founder
Kelly is currently getting her Masters in Engineering at Stanford. She handles the day-to-day operation, community management and growth strategy.

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Greg Wong
Designer
Greg is an experienced interdisciplinary designer and a Los Angeles native. Having been involved in community meet ups and hackathons, he has a passion for startups. Prior to 4k.com, he has worked with companies, such as Sony, Couchbase, and Dunn-Edwards. Greg is head of design, ensuring a holistic approach to all facets of 4k.com.

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Stephan Jukic
Senior Editor
Stephan is an accomplished writer featured in many top publications. He currently leads the writing team and develops content strategy for 4k.com.
When not busy writing about technology or consulting on digital security to groups and individuals, he spends his days enjoying life’s adventures either in Canada or Mexico. Stephan’s writing has been featured on a diverse range of websites.

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  • Tim H
    September 5, 2016 at 6:47 pm

    Great site and really appreciate the reviews but the biggest issues I have with your site are:

    1. The lack of an easy to find search field. Really surprised you don’t have any front page search feature to make it easy to find what I’m looking for. Recommend you look into implementing that.
    2. The full screen “sit tight partner” email form, really irritating that i have to say no quite frequently across different devices that i use to access your site. Recommend implementing a friendlier less invasive way to get emails from viewers. A smaller box overlay at the bottom of the page would still get the point across without being obnoxious 🙂

    Thanks
    Tim

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      September 7, 2016 at 12:28 pm

      Hey there Tim, we appreciate the feedback and I can sympathize on the lack of a search bar. We’re still working on implementing a version which works more effectively for our content spread and would benefit readers. We hope to get it up as soon as possible because you’re right, it would be very useful. As for the email form, yes it can gt a bit annoying with its size and that’s something we’re considering changing up a bit.

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      • Govindarajan V
        February 20, 2017 at 12:33 pm

        Hi,
        I’ve a X8300D which is the same as X800D US model. The HDR through USB and Netflix look stunning in this TV. But when connected to PS4 or PS4 PRO, the games looks incredibly washed out. While looking into this I’ve found that this is a big problem that is plaguing a lot of Sony HDR TVs. This is not exclusive to any single model. Some TVs work fine and others have the issue.

        The issue is that the TVs ignore the metadata but accept the 10-bit signal. This causes colors to look very washed out. This problem has been present for over an year now and the last update didn’t fix the issue. I’m not sure if this is a hardware issue or a software one. Can you guys look more into this problem and run an article or contact Sony on this? Simply searching washed out HDR will yield a lot of results on this. Remember that the picture settings are not the problem here. Enhanced setting is active with all of those results. I will link an sony community thread with this. I would be very happy if you can look into this. Thanks.
        https://community.sony.com/t5/4K-Ultra-HD-TV/Sony-XBR55X850C-hdr-washed-out-colors/td-p/596485

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  • George
    January 19, 2017 at 3:59 am

    Hello Stephan, visit your site every day. Love it.

    Can you please attempt to acquire a Philips BDM4037UW for evaluation?

    My Seiki 39″ finally died and I need a replacement as a desktop monitor for non gaming needs.

    Plus I think your readers would appreciate it.

    Thanks!
    George

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    • George
      January 19, 2017 at 4:01 am

      Sorry, Stephen… darn auto correct!

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      March 14, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      Hey there George, we’re in the process of reviewing that exact monitor model and the review should be live within a few days at the latest. Please check back soon and I appreciate the compliments. Thanks.

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  • John H.
    January 20, 2017 at 9:09 am

    Thanks for the reviews. Who are the content experts at 4K.com
    What assurances are there that the reviews are objective and data-driven?

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      March 13, 2017 at 7:21 pm

      Hello there John, we do our best to ensure that all of our reviews are as unbiased and facutally accurate as we can make them, with metrics we’ve measured, research we’ve done from other sources and value per dollar of total price all factored in to create a balanced idea of what’s best for its range and main uses. We do of course make mistakes from time to time but with our own revision of past content and through attention to reader input, we make a consistent effort to catch and correct and y errors. What I can state as well is that all reviews are done with no bias towards any one particular brand unless we have defined reasons of consistent product quality that would make us consider any given brand to be superior. I am the principal reviewer and content expert (though always learning more) here at 4K.com.

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  • Ted Harrison
    March 14, 2017 at 9:49 am

    Hi,
    I’m a fan of 4K.com and I really love digging thru all the articles…but I was hoping with a name like 4K that you guys would be the “go to” source for all things 4K. I always check Engadget first, and today the headline was the newly released prices and pre-orders for the new SONY OLED sets. I immediately jumped to 4K.com and…not a single mention that the pre-orders are live and what the prices are. The same thing happened when Samsung revealed their prices for their brand new OLED sets. A good number of tech sites had the story, but not 4K.com.
    And as one reviewer said…please add a functional search engine to the site.
    I’ll re-visit 4K.com on occasion, but it won’t be the “go to” for all 4K needs.

    Thanks
    Ted

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      March 14, 2017 at 2:05 pm

      Hello there Ted, I am sorry you feel that way. We try our best to cover the latest news on all things 4K and do generally deliver new events as they’re happening but no site will catch every story first out the door, especially if it’s aiming to sometimes see how a story unfolds for the sake of putting together more robust, information-rich reporting. We also covered the new Sony OLED TV price release today along with our own unique analysis of these prices for the sake of better reader perspective. As for Samsung’s OLED TVs, I believe you’re referring to their QLED models? Samsung hasn’t released OLED TVs for the consumer market yet. We did cover the QLED models just as they were emerging and are right now in the process of covering our analysis of their prices and value to buyers.

      As for the search feature, I couldn’t agree more, it’s something we’ve been working on putting up and a search bar should be in place soon.

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  • Fortune liu
    March 24, 2017 at 12:24 am

    Dear Stephan

    How are you?
    We produce gaming monitors for EU market since 1996 for EU market.
    Could we invite you to write the articles of our monitor and publish on your website? Are they free?

    Best Regards

    Fortune liu

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