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#1141 OFFLINE   Steve

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Posted Today, 01:51 PM

It's the whole enchilada, and there's more to it than pixel differentiation.

 

Agree. t's always been about picture quality for me. If a 65" 4k TV looks better than a 65" 2k TV past 7', it's because it's a better engineered TV, not because it has more pixels. What I take from that Sony paper is if all else is equal (dynamic range, black levels, etc), a 65" 4k display will look smoother and/or more detailed than a 2k display closer than 7', content permitting.

 

BTW, using that same Sony distance metric (2.3 x screen height), a 100" screen is 49" tall, so you need to sit 9.3' or closer to appreciate the resolution bump.


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#1142 ONLINE   harsh

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Posted Today, 04:22 PM

what you are trying to imply makes no sense.  so a $300,000 has a room that is worth 70% of the homes value.

I've seen bathroom and kitchen remodels that cost half as much as a house each.

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#1143 OFFLINE   dennisj00

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Posted Today, 04:48 PM

I can show you a 3.5 Million house that was taken down to the topsoil and is being replaced with something bigger!  It's about a mile from the 20,000 sq ft house Denny Hamlin is building.  (Nascar)

 

Can't imagine the HT in either.  (or the one that was destroyed)



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#1144 OFFLINE   Aridon

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Posted Today, 06:18 PM

Nothing like using outlier data points which mean nothing for something.





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