Originally Posted by dfa973
1.3:1 or 4:3 - standard TV aspect ratio.
Why do the tv keep trying getting thinner aspects ratios ? You know 16:9 had a way smaller surface area then 4.3
So a 50” 4:3 is closer to surface area of a 75” led or bigger .
Almost every movie has thick bars on it so my 55” led is more like a 43” In height after bars .
O well I guess widescreens must be bette tho be so popular , just a shame movie producers simply couldn’t stick to the superior 16:9 format .
Old tv were simply too thick and heavy , and massive to be practical it’s a wonder thinner tv weren’t invented like 49 years ago something. Our science
cAn split the atom but cannot still make high definition led better then films .
The one advantage projector tv had was closer to what film
originally looked like but oled are far superior then any old fat hdrvs or served.
Aren’t new oled suppposedly thin as a credit card ? Must break easily and be unfixable if any issues occur . Burn in prone ??
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