I've decided once again to hang onto my Panasonic plasma and hold off on buying a 4K TV. My budget is pretty tight,I could buy one but the only ones that truly blew me away were the OLEDs,which at the moment I can't swing but I figure since my plasma still has a gorgeous picture, maybe I would just squeeze another year out of it,that way I dont feel like I'm rushing out just to buy any 4K and I truly get the chance when I can afford it,to pick out the exact TV that I really want.
Anyways I read online about the Darbee 5000S, how it's supposed to boost the picture quality and help the colors pop a little more. Some say it makes their 1080P TVs comparable to a UHD TV, but I'm being a little more realistic about it and just hoping for a slight improvement in an already great picture and that should tide me over,help resist the urge to go out and buy a 4K TV right now.
Does anyone on here have any experience with the Darbee DVP,is it worth the money or will I likely be disappointed?? They usually retail for $200 and up but I found one online for about $130. Right now I'm leaning towards purchasing one. Seems most reviews and videos I've seen of it,most consumers were impressed by it. Like I said I'm being completely realistic about my expectations and hoping for a noticeable improvement but not expecting true UHD picture.