Hard to tell apart doesn't mean impossible to tell apart which lends to the sales guys whole "nother" level for the videophile. The rest of us may not care but the videophile will.
then the next question to those "videophiles" is would they be willing to bet a minimum of $100 per clip in a blind test to determine which is which?
THAT is the question that ends this argument
EVERY time I have asked a "sales clown" to bet money on anything they say, it is NO
Bottom line here is that the upscaling ability is super super close to the actual 4K and that will be the benefit of these tv's ; not actual 4K content that does not even exist right now
Was browsing and found this gem of a quote. I must say it's ignorance of the new consoles at it's finest. Neither will be always online and both have a Blu-Ray optical drive for game disks.
There is a reason for that, and it's the same reason streaming Blu-Ray quality movies with lossless audio isn't happening. The Internet is not ready, the ISPs are too limiting, and the number of people with broadband capable of streaming it is too small.
I'm not going to totally disagree with your point, I do believe that Blu-ray optical is going to be here for awhile, but I have to disagree with what you are saying relative to online streaming. Perceived picture quality is fast approaching that of BR optical.
I would not have said that before and it was only when I saw the Amazon instant preview trailer for Oblivion (over my PS3 Amazon app) that I came to this conclusion. The quality of that stream was the closest thing to BR I've seen anywhere. Amazon is doing some pretty impressive compression on that clip. It can only get better.
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