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Old 04-17-2017, 08:29 PM   #21
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4k, 16k, 32k, it's all a lot of hoopla. Blu-ray is as far down this road I am going to go. With dvd still the dominant home format, anything past blu-ray seems like it's targeting a really small market.
Agreed. 1080p Blu Ray is my "good enough" threshold. I have no desire to upgrade yet AGAIN.
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So in 30 years are homes are going to be larger? That is the only justification for higher resolution, sitting in front of a larger screen farther away.

4K projectors with a 120 inch screen are already way larger than 99.9% of home theaters can handle with the proper viewing distance.

Sitting 4 feet away from a 65 inch tv does not allow you to see the entire image clearly, your vision cannot have all of the screen in focus.

??? I think you are misunderstanding my post. Ultra screen will surely exist at large sizes for theatres of course. Home maybe 10 12 ft screens at most. I can see 8k coming from screens that big. Other benifits are surely coming as well. Wait till Native 3d Holography. You'll see 33+k on something in 30 years.
Gamers, Astronomers, photographers, Hell even video editors have a need for much higher resolution. I think we'll reach a part of time where in 10-12 years flat screens will be obsolete.

As for now I am more then pleased with whats out there, but I have an idea of whats coming or will be coming. So naturally I will upgrade overtime.
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Loving how people flip flop opinions instead of been honest on this site,, some of you should re-read previous threads. Doesn't espouse great confidence either in you're memory or longitudinal thinking guys.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=284305
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Loving how people flip flop opinions instead of been honest on this site,, some of you should re-read previous threads. Doesn't espouse great confidence either in you're memory or longitudinal thinking guys.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=284305
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