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Old 03-25-2017, 01:58 AM   #261
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It was posted a few pages up-thread.

Re watching The Sopranos in preparation for the show's tour I'm taking in May, and have moved my seat and surrounds back another foot and a half or so, an hour of 1:85 closeups of faces can get a little tiring at that distance.
Faster than a bullet from a gun. Closer to Heaven than to Earth.

2K setup: 65" Panasonic VT65, Onkyo TX-SR608 7.2, Oppo BDP-103 Region-Free, Sonus Faber Venere 2.5 fronts, Jamo E8CEN centre, E800 surrounds and rear surrounds, E8SUB subwoofer, Sony MDR-HW700DS 9.1 headphones, Monster Power HTS-2600, 1TB Mediacentre, 500GB PS4, Cyron RGB LEDs. 50" VT30 and 40GB fat PS3 in the lounge.

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I will. I have a Panny Plasma.
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Old 04-04-2017, 06:23 PM   #263
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As I just posted a short time ago in my Home Theater Gallery Thread I have an LG OLED65B6P 65" OLED TV coming that will replace my Pioneer Elite Kuro PRO-111FD 50" 1080P Plasma TV in my Home Theater/Listening Room. The Kuro will be moved to our Bedroom.

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Quote:
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So at my viewing distance of around 5 feet, my 65" VT60 looks great, but according to the chart I'd need ten more inches to fully justify 4K (not factoring the viewing distance would probably increase to 6ish feet).

A 75" 4K OLED is too expensive and probably will be for another few years, whereupon I'd go ATMOS too.
You'll find that is to resolve all the detail of 2160p. You don't need to resolve all that details. 1440p alone is a huge leap over 1080p, but the content is limited (most 4k blu-rays are 2k upscales) and even then, it isn't like games where the difference is massive, it is far more subtle (likely due to the cameras in use etc).
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