If your familiar with my post you know I own the hu9000. Gladly admit the sony has a slightly better picture and plasma will always be standard with motion.
i thing my lightboost hacked asus VG248 can easily match plasma in motion so i still see a chance with the next couple of sonys with impulse mode to match plasma like motion or even CRT like motion with a couple of other problems...
I'm just saying an expert is not going to say 4k and 1080p have no visible difference. That's not an expert I'm going to listen to. It's just not.
difference and better picture are to totally difference things. if you sit close to a UHD screen you can use more of the pixel and the upscaled 1080p picture different for obvious reasons its rescaled so it's changed. and true UHD content is a different story too.
but in the end the current UHDs still lose in direct comparison even with UHD test material sad but true. looks like the pixel can't make up for the bad CR and the other problems... at least for people at these uk site you like to post.
Like thank many plasma EXPERTS IN HERE. Look at all these guys who have all the answers. All know 4k so well.
not a lot to learn about only pixel the big things come later.
and some expert are used to 2560x1440 screen for year and even higher color gamuts like adobe RGB. so selling edge lit screen with more pixel wasn't something to go crazy for.
If I asked you how to get the best picture out of the hu9000 right now? The calibrations are not the answer. People are using their own settings. Look in the forums. There is plent of calibrations. Those same owners keep changing the settings away from the calibration.
Not just one person. Keep in mind I said my 4k is not calibrated. I also said I don't agree using the older calibrations give you the best picture from the 4k sets. Many again don't agree.
i'm not sure you understand calibration. calibration and some settings is not the point calibration needs a lot of time and each TV needs different calibration even with the same model. they drift a little from model to model and from time. so redoing your calibration every ~6 month is important too.
what is an old calibration can you please make that more clear?
how do you get a calibration from the forum are you sharing icc profiles for PC or what? or are you talking about general settings people come up and call "calibration"?