Originally Posted by 8mile13
I do not look at it that way. To me 6 and above represent good enough. It is not just me this is how rating in general works. There is bad, good enough and excellent represented by a 4, 6, and 8.
Imagic gave LG OLED motion resolution a 4. That is a clear statement. It means in his view LG motion resoltion is bad. It as simple as that.
I agree that a rating of 6 isn't that bad. but if the best of the best is getting a 6, what the heck is going on with the 10models below it? I mean if these were mid level displays that cost around 1000-1500 for a 65" then 6 would be totally respectable.
but, as a teacher, if my 'smartest' student only got 60%, I'd be trying to figure out what the heck I did wrong. 60% is below 'average' and while it may be 'good enough' in the large scheme of things, it's not like we'd nominate a kid with 60% average for a scholarship.
imo, any display getting a rating lower than 8 overall has no business being called 'high end'.
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