Greetings fellas. I'm glad I found this thread and was hoping I could get some questions answered. I just purchased a 65" B6 last week. It might sound weird, but I am not going to use the TV for traditional regular TV use. I actually want to use it kind of like a digital frame, but not to display family pictures. I actually want to use it in my front entrance, sitting area of my home to display 4K content and demos.
I got this idea when I found a website called depict that sell 4k frames for their casting service with digital art. I thought it would be cool to cast some nice 4K art, or YouTube 4k demo content via a nice OLED 4k screen. Anyway, I got the TV today but I have not wall mounted it yet. I did get the TV software updated and logged into my Netflix, YouTube apps and I will say that watching 4K content looks awesome even with the compression while streaming.
Judging from the posts above, I also gather that using a google ultra chromecast is also a good idea? I was already planning on buying one to use to cast the digital artwork from the website I noted above. I also thought about burning some 4K demos to a USB stick to minimize compression. I would like to set up the TV to turn on and off everyday and just display 4k content that I can switch up as needed.
Can any of you provide some feedback or recommend what would be the best way to do this so I can display the best overall quality content? I don't plan or want to hook anything up to the TV via HDMI though as I want to keep the TV more like a true Digital frame. I appreciate any feedback, especially on what I can do with the Chromecast?