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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 10:52 am

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everyone has good points,
the colors do pop, in 4k... its amazing to see a good movie in 4k :) but there are not many 4k movies, mostly FHD scaled movies and tv shows thats why im leaning more to buy.

i forgot how important the panel are to a tv...

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 10:58 am

[/quote]Well if it's actually for your bedroom, wouldn't a 55" be too big?[/quote]
i have a 10x10 bedroom and i wanna wall mount the tv on the wall at the end of my bed.
i usually stream youtube, and im gonna hook up netflix with a paddna help

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 11:01 am

xaira wrote:Honestly if ur an average joe get a 1080p tv
Lack of content really isnt the only thing you have to worry about

im not so average, i spot the tinniest difference in colors
and great points! 8-)

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 11:04 am

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Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 11:06 am

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or this one

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby Soul Collector » March 5th, 2019, 11:56 am

philliprock wrote:Well if it's actually for your bedroom, wouldn't a 55" be too big?
i have a 10x10 bedroom and i wanna wall mount the tv on the wall at the end of my bed.
i usually stream youtube, and im gonna hook up netflix with a paddna help

Gotcha.

As for the first pic, I cant make anything out. Apart from comments and feedback here, if you really want to make sure you're spending your money wisely, I'd look up the model numbers and read as much reviews as you can on both units before an uninformed impulse buy. Lots of people I think rush to buy, then if something goes wrong or it's not to their required spec, they just put all the blame on the manufacturer/seller and then and only then start looking for reviews on what you already purchased.

Just my 2 cents. I'm big on reviews before purchasing anything, especially tech related is all.

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 12:10 pm

these days technology has all the bells & whistles but the longevity of the product it's a guaranteed a 3-5 years if so much :/

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 12:11 pm

the 1st pic the specs are on the TV it's a UHD 43" 4K TV

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby philliprock » March 5th, 2019, 12:13 pm

I've already measured the demsions for the TV and it could more than fill a empty wall

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby kamakazi » March 5th, 2019, 1:17 pm

A couple of things to remember.
TVs on display are always set to their brightest setting and the red and blue settings are set higher to draw your attention. When you calibrate them or change the setting to a more realistic one you will see what it looks like. Older LG TVs had a tool called picture wizard to do this calibration.

4k resolution is tough on processing, storage, and transfer rates. As the name suggests you have four times the resolution of 1080, but that also means you take up four times the space, and require even more processing time when producing the content.

4k was also a bit of a marketing gimmick...They were making 4k panels a very long time ago, they were just cutting them up to fit into 1080p products.
Resolution also doesn't tell you anything about pixel density unless you know the size of the screen

To answer your question... I would advise getting the 4k res television...I would pay more attention to refresh rate (true panel refresh rate; not the marketing "clearmotion" scanning backlight BS) 120hz or better and turn of that awful smoothing effect.
Not sure when any full feature movie will come out on one... Cause it just costs so much on the production side that it could be awhile

My $0.02

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Re: question about 4k tvs

Postby thelem-again » March 6th, 2019, 1:13 pm

This thread is full of lol's and people who have no clue what they're speaking about.

Carry on.

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