but PQ trumps size.
Originally Posted by NuSoardGraphite
I would just tell people to do the math:
1920 x 1080 = 2,073,600 pixels
3840 x 2160 = 8,294,400 pixels
7680 x 4320 = 33,177,600 pixels
Pretty simple really.
The only question is at what screen size does the pixel count no longer matter.
My first 4K was the 55" (see sig) and 2 years later, seeing end of 3D and realizing that due
to the 'curve', I could mount a 65", I moved up.
I was somewhat surprised to see that the 'old' 55 had a slightly 'better' looking picture (side-by-side)
on same source (usually antenna 720p or 1080i), but I still prefer the 65.... 55 is now a PC Monitor
but still has an antenna and its own DVR; I'm now at a 3 foot viewing distance and still don't 'notice'
I can remember 'color' being the rage, but except for Sunday night, no color to be seen. it was over
ten years until I sprung for that $249 GE (at about 12") after 17" & 21" B&W's, then WOW; the
"Trinitron' (@ 15") came along with its marvelous PQ
I still enjoy two HD Sony's and the older 40" trumps the 32" in PQ, being a 'flagship'; I'm at 3 foot
in the foyer, awaiting a weekly gourmet group pickup with the 40.