Originally Posted by Andreas21
It is quite easy to see the difference from 1080p to 4k 6m from a 100" screen so you are wrong about this. I have tested this many times and I have seen the resolution charts to proove what you are saying is correct, but it is not correct in the real world.
100" and 6m away ? Then you will NEVER (!) see any differences between 2k and 4k ! Proven by myself for many times. I have watched a Sony VW1000 on a screen with 5m width. I sat about 6-7m away from it. THERE I could see a difference between 2k and 4k !
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