Originally Posted by Raven Crimson
You owe me $100. I'm almost 37.
No I donâ€™️t. You might want to look at what generation you belong to.
And I'd like to know what my age has to do with anything.
A lot apparently.
Who gets a TOTL 4K OLED TV just to upconvert from DVD players and digital cable boxes? If you're that much of a purist where any (if any) noticeable processing is done by the sharpness setting below 10, you shouldn't be using a 4K set to begin with an find a good Sony Wega CRT or 720p/1080p set. But hey, whatever.
Ohh the arrogance riding shotgun with ignorance in this part of your post. You assume your source equipment can scale better than the TV. Unless you have done the research... or even better testing... this is pure ignorance. I wonâ€™️t even go into source bitrate, color conversions, etc., etc. Check out some of the other sub forums of AVS to educate yourself.
BTW, you do know that video is art, right? To see said art as close as possible to what the creators of said art wanted you to, your video chain, which includes the TV, output must be as neutral as possible. That means Sharpness set to 0. Now, if you want to create you own art, that is your prerogative. However, try not to insult/demean others who respect the art of video.
All I'm saying is that anything remotely current has the 4k upscaling built in where you aren't even going to deal with the TV's upscaler. I would think people buying OLEDs tend to keep up with current technology. I guess I was wrong, I apologize.
Again, you assume source equipment has better processing/scaling than your TV. Research or better TEST before posting such things.