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2160p Are you ready?

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Old 06-29-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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I am so freakin' ready. 2160p was made by Samsung in 2008. Freakin' over 4 years ago. Gall Darn it! I need 2160p like I need . Sheesh! Aren't you?

If I'm a moron, tell me where to buy one!!
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And I'm talkin' about an 80 inch Monitor folks! Native! No up convert BS.
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Since there is no 2160p source material it is all upconverted
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Since there is no 2160p source material it is all upconverted
Not only that, but the display as mentioned would be enormous.
There would be no need for a home system to have that res. It would be a waste. Unless you live in an arena. I feel confident BD will be around a few more years anyway, then it's on to virtual reality displays. ( rumor) expanding on 3-D to new hieghts.
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Old 06-30-2012, 11:59 AM   #5
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I wonder if Vizio's new offering of 21:9 Cinema HDTV 2560 x 1080 resolution will stir enough interest for other manufactures to try it.

I can see all those folks here that complain about black bars and the top and bottom of their screen while watching Blu Ray movie might like it . . . well, that is until they watch some HD TV in 16:9.

http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/VI...-Finally.shtml

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Not only that, but the display as mentioned would be enormous.
There would be no need for a home system to have that res. It would be a waste. Unless you live in an arena. I feel confident BD will be around a few more years anyway, then it's on to virtual reality displays. ( rumor) expanding on 3-D to new hieghts.
I'd be happy with a 50 inch 2160p tv and it would get connected to an htpc not a bd. It would be like having 4 hd screens in one. Imagine the multi-tasking capabilities. 2160p is coming. Most people are not ready for it.
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May i remind everyone that the Human Eyes can only see so much , I know a few people that have seen 4k and its hard to tell a difference between 1080p and 4k even up close. I'm talking about people that have 20/20 vision.

We all know from history the hype is always bigger then what we end up seeing and hearing. I'm sure once there is 4k content , maybe will see a difference, will wait and see. Just remember these companies are out to make money, they have to keep inventing new stuff to get our hard earned cash. That's what makes the world go round.

For now i'll stick to blu-ray and stop chasing the rabbit which you can never catch
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