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- Dec 29, 2007
I took it to mean that he would skip 4K and wait until 8K is available.I take his comment to mean he won't upgrade to an 8K TV simply because it's an 8K TV. When I replaced our TV, getting a "smart" TV wasn't on my list of "requirements" but I found one I liked, it got good reviews, the price was right, so I considered the "smart" part just a freebie.
I have experience with both. The Sony 850c series is a good move. I have installed the Samsung pieces but I'm not a fan of the separate media box on the back.
The Sony does and incredible job with Dish Net and Direct Tv. I have not done an install with a cable box.
The Sony in my go to TV. It does everything it has promised and then some. What I would be careful of is your choice of a quality HDMI cable. Look at the new standards and choice this cable with a clear and open mind. Money does not get you the best . Honest !!!
I don't know your setup. Please try and share it with us. There is a standard for HDMI cables and you should follow it. Your wanting quality electronics just be sure to use the better cables.
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I have experience with both. The Sony 850c series is a good move. I have installed the Samsung pieces but I'm not a fan of the separate media box on the back...
What size is your tv screen? I've heard you need at least 60" or greater to see any difference between 1080p and 4k.The way I understand it movie theaters are using 4K now,so I you want a display like the movie theaters you invest in a 4K display.
I can see the difference between 4K and 1080p and I am sitting 15' away from my 4K UHDTV.
Yes, but the same amount of pixels put in a smaller area makes any difference harder to see.I don't understand the size issue, as isn't it the amount of pixels, and lines that make up the picture quality display?
To some people it MIGHT. No one can give a hard number or TV size that is definitive. As always, YOUR eyes are THE final, deciding factor.So 50" makes a difference , I might be actually invest in a 4k the next time I replace my 50"hdtv. Just replaced my tv last month with a Phillips hdtv for a good picture out of the box.