Originally Posted by Mrorange303
Wait. So they wanted to see real world buyers. Not experts.
Maybe some are i mean i dont know the screening process.
Howeverthe question was simple. Would they be able to pick out the 4k set.
Again science is a theory until proven correct.
Do you argue this?
The test is all we have. You could always provide another.
But every link ive seen only agrees.
Those charts are not exact. They are guidelines.
Im tired of people telling me im wrong. Im saying those charts are not gospel.
Then you post articles saying those charts are not gospel.
Then gather to say ill never understand.
So that means your saying they are gospel?
They numbers are exact and the test is wrong because one person brought into question the validity of the results.
Yet there is not a test for the other side of the argument.
Just a chart whos creator said he wanted to update. Hmm.
LOL, and the ignorance continues...
Charts are based on tests!!! Only the tests done by Sony, THX and alike are not done at some mall, but in a much more controlled environment with a lot more scientific approach to it.
Confirmation of charts and links are again right here!!! I, as well as others here, keep telling you that we were able to verify with own eyes the disappearance of benefit at appropriate distance (and we did it without a prize and all the other flaws you ignore), but you continue to talk about the 50 people in the mall. Again, I guess everyone else here just doesn't count.
The test you keep referring to is not flawed because I say so, but because of all the facts of how it was conducted. If you knew anything about testing and science, you would know to foresee issues with such a test, but obviously you are not a man of science... I am not saying it is impossible for some people to have perceived some difference at 9 ft (especially not knowing how well or fairly the sets were setup and calibrated, what content they were fed, etc), but I wouldn't quote this test for it, which hardly discloses what exactly the people perceived, how many lucky guesses may have occurred, how much of a benefit they thought it was if they did indeed see any difference, etc, etc.
So the one anecdotal (and very questionably setup) test is NOT all you have, it is just all your are willing to consider, while you choose to ignore all other sources of information on the subject. Like I said, enjoy the Mrorange world...