Originally Posted by skylarlove1999
There are roughly 11 million households in the US alone with a net worth of $1 million dollars. Even if only .01% are into high end AV gear that is a lot of households with more than enough discretionary spending for an outstanding video processor. Just not me.
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I like your POST ^^^
Even if a household happens to have the necessary funds like as an example $10,000.00 US Dollars does not mean we are going to spend it for that in the H/T.
The one thing that I wish we could get a reply to from someone NOT selling those products is .........
The exact same movie in 4K just how great of a difference is there to a normal layman if No-One pointed out what to look for ???
Meaning as an example, no-one has to point out the difference to anyone when viewing say a DVD versus a Blu-ray DVD, right guys ???
I can't comment on what one should expect to see with the Lumagen or the latest ENVY both for around the same monies.
But, honestly I'm really-really thinking if we happen to own either the Sony ES5000 Laser or in my case the JVC RS4500 Laser that's been custom calibrated.
Just how much of an improvement can it really be to once again the layman that just loads up a 4K disc and watches that movie ???
And is NOT sitting right on top of their screen like as an example 8-10 feet from a 123" or certainly larger screens ???
It seems to me that what we have here on AVS are a few/some members that to me are much more into being Super-Critical at Analyzing the picture than actually just loading a disc and enjoying the movie.
And for what it's worth for those I just mentioned above ^^^ I say more power to you if that's what your into and what makes you happy.
In my case and I honestly think many-many other consumers we want to simply watch a movie for the joy of it without all the Super-Critical-Analyzing.
I doubt any of us will ever get a straight-forward down to earth reply to what I am posting.
Wait, guys, I have an idea ...........
Let's use the comparison of like the difference in viewing a DVD versus a Blu-Ray DVD ???
I'll make a stab at this even as a layman ........
Yes-Yes-Yes there is usually a Giant difference between a DVD & Blu-ray, right ???
Now next step, example, difference between a Blu-ray & 4K ???
Given we are referring to a good Blu-ray DVD as well as a good 4K to me video wise there is NOT anywhere near the difference as the difference between the DVD & Blu-ray, right guys ???
So, just maybe the above examples will give enough of an example so those that have or seen in a H/T NOT a DEMO what's the Real-World difference having either the Lumagen or the new/latest ENVY ???
Keep it simple guys if your going to answer, please so we as laymen can understand your example/examples without all the technical explanations.