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8K is Coming: What does it Mean

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Old 07-20-2019, 05:39 PM   #1  
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An Industry presentation w/Robert Zahn of ValueElectronics and top manufacturers representatives

https://slideslive.com/38917324/8k-i...how-to-sell-it
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Old 07-21-2019, 11:17 AM   #2  
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I would read Lees post first .There is a link to a piece on why you shouldn't get into 8K at this point and I agree. Of course any dealer selling 8K tvs will tell it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. I want to know what there not telling me and this piece tells all. To be honest 8K in it's present form is a waste of money.https://www.highdefforum.com/ultra-h...-new-post.html
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I appreciate and understand your feelings and agree that 8K by itself is not important unless you have a very very large screen. But please also consider the additional picture performance advancements the premium manufacturers put into the new 8K TVs. Here's just a few:

- Sony brought back the Backlight Master Drive for the Z9G and tuned the X1 Extreme processor, and all other elements of their processing to peak the performance of this new TV. Sony's 8K Z9G delivers 4,000 Nits peak luminance so no tome mapping is needed and you see for the 1st time the full dynamic tonal range and 100% of the color volume. None of which are available on any other Sony TV.

- LG added a new 8K a9G Generation ll PRO processor to the 88" Z9P OLED TV

Most importantly you can't say it's waste of money if you have not seen these stunning TVs in person.

Other than my personal experience of spending dozens of hours critically viewing these new 8K TV all professional reviewers agree that these new 8K TVs deliver they best pictures we have ever seen.

Here's just two of the many professional TV reviewers videos.

https://youtu.be/uTEN813ceeA

https://youtu.be/ksdk6jlcpM8

Hope you will stop by our showroom to experience these TVs for yourself and I can confidently say I look forward to your posting your opinions after seeing these TVs butt next to the best 4K TVs.

Regarding me personally, yes I'm an authorized dealer for all of the premium brands, but I have never sold anything that I did not fully believe was the best for each of our client's needs and application. I'm simply reporting on the ultimate bleeding edge TVs for those who are interested in this category.
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I appreciate and understand your feelings and agree that 8K by itself is not important unless you have a very very large screen. But please also consider the additional picture performance advancements the premium manufacturers put into the new 8K TVs. Here's just a few:

- Sony brought back the Backlight Master Drive for the Z9G and tuned the X1 Extreme processor, and all other elements of their processing to peak the performance of this new TV. Sony's 8K Z9G delivers 4,000 Nits peak luminance so no tome mapping is needed and you see for the 1st time the full dynamic tonal range and 100% of the color volume. None of which are available on any other Sony TV.

- LG added a new 8K a9G Generation ll PRO processor to the 88" Z9P OLED TV

Most importantly you can't say it's waste of money if you have not seen these stunning TVs in person.

Other than my personal experience of spending dozens of hours critically viewing these new 8K TV all professional reviewers agree that these new 8K TVs deliver they best pictures we have ever seen.

Here's just two of the many professional TV reviewers videos.

https://youtu.be/uTEN813ceeA

https://youtu.be/ksdk6jlcpM8

Hope you will stop by our showroom to experience these TVs for yourself and I can confidently say I look forward to your posting your opinions after seeing these TVs butt next to the best 4K TVs.

Regarding me personally, yes I'm an authorized dealer for all of the premium brands, but I have never sold anything that I did not fully believe was the best for each of our client's needs and application. I'm simply reporting on the ultimate bleeding edge TVs for those who are interested in this category.
Robert I know your one of the good guys ,we talked years ago , it's Tom from Vermont I have seen 8K in person , it's impressive just not ready for prime time for me to bite ..yet.
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Would you be saying that watching HD cable quality or NetFlex HD TV, the picture quality on an 8K would be significantly better than on my 4K??

Can anyone compare for me?

Next: What type of Transmission[s] are you comparing? Having a 4K picture transmission, the 8K TV will have a significant improvement in picture viewing, for example?

The TV mfgs and dealers have to produce HYPE to keep selling TV's, even if there is no content to support it. The limited 4K content that is out their today and have to pay extra, is not worth having a 4K.....IMO

Our 50" HD TV has just as good a picture as the 4K tv, in todays, mostly HD programming. Again, having an 8K TV, have a much better picture for HD programing???

Comments from the professionals, please?

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