There is just so much wrong in this post. lol
Originally Posted by somelogin /t/1517016/4k-plasma/0_100#post_24339122
Not going to answer? Also, there is nothing wrong in it.
Originally Posted by somelogin /t/1517016/4k-plasma/0_100#post_24339297
It makes no sense to ask if a manufacturer has been rumored to be making a 4K plasma? Seems pretty simple of a question to me.
Originally Posted by somelogin /t/1517016/4k-plasma/0_100#post_24339656
If people "did their research" about every thread in the forum could be deleted.... I asked a simple question. lso, if you read the post, I already said Panasonic was exiting............
Originally Posted by Phrehdd /t/1517016/4k-plasma#post_24340068
I thoroughly enjoyed my Kuro 5010 and my present 65VT50 plasma. I'll be keeping the Panasonic VT50 as long as I can until a meaningful* new model is out which probably will be a "4K" TV in about 3 years.
Considering he says he would be okay with a Samsung 4K plasma, it sounds more like he is Panny bashing then anything else. Why would he not see flicker in the Samsung? Also, if he is okay with an F8500 with 4K then he must be okay with not the best blacks out there.Quote:
Originally Posted by vinnie97 /t/1517016/4k-plasma#post_24340050
Some folks can detect the flicker on plasma inherent to its PWM tech. I have seen it on very rare occasions on the 2013 Panasonic product lineup (ZT), but the frequency is so high that it's very subtle and only noticeable on particularly solidly bright backgrounds (and only occasionally at that). Some are more susceptible to this and actually get a headache from the phenomenon. I am thankfully not one of those people (I suspect its a tiny minority of the human population).
There is no way he'll be happy with an 8500. We're talking about someone who finds the Kuro to not be black enough, so you can only imagine how the F8500 will bug him.This is selfmade's grumpier cousin we're talking about here (not literally, but there is a similar level of discord running through all of their posts).
Originally Posted by eric3316 /t/1517016/4k-plasma#post_24340562
Considering he says he would be okay with a Samsung 4K plasma, it sounds more like he is Panny bashing then anything else. Why would he not see flicker in the Samsung? Also, if he is okay with an F8500 with 4K then he must be okay with not the best blacks out there.
Also, no one addressed that he said his eyesight is bad so is there any advantage in viewing 4K as opposed to a 1080p blu-ray. Besides, when we say 4K, the only thing we are going to get is compressed 4K streaming from somewhere so it won't even be true 4K so it will still look like crap anyway and no better then a non compressed 1080p blu-ray.