Originally Posted by imagic
It's more of a preference for watching movies in a darkened room, and what TVs are best at dealing with that challenging environment. I would not go to a movie theater that leaves the house lights on during the show—dark rooms and movies go together.
Depends. I mean theaters also use curved screens. Well the good ones. Yet your not about that.
So to me a plasma in the wrong situation doesn't provide a vibrant picture like an LCD led may.
In the same state of mind it is clearly an advantage to plasma to be in a dark room and able to show in all it's glory.
4K uhd is another type of viewing. The content also should be viewed in best conditions. Mostly until FALD uhd sets come out night time viewing can be good and bad.
You can not get plasma blacks on most 4k sets.
Sony is not the same. They get black.
Now you can't get the depth and clarity on plasma. I have only seen this type of depth on 2 manufacturers 4k sets.
Sony and Samsung.
I think LG and Panasonic have issues with the type of depth the other 2 provide. All sets are not the same. For any platform.
With so many variable considerations how can the members possibly ALL have sets and conditions that are better than 4k unless they have actually tried a 4k set in their home?
Yet they sound like they are EXPERTS. YOU I understand. You actually have a 4k set. Not my top 3 But it's decent.
All those others.........yeah. they have never spent any quality time with a uhd set. You know it. And because of the responses I do too.