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30 Jan 2009
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4320p

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I wonder if the PS5 will support this

 

***** and I just bought a 50" 1080p Viera

 

Your thoughts.



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Re: 4320p

Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? Smiley Indifferent
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Re: 4320p


TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? Smiley Indifferent

you'd need a house sized tv to get the most out of it i expect, probably cost the same too.

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TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? Smiley Indifferent


People say you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on a small (less than 40 inch) TV.

Personally I can see the difference in the "density" of a picture on a small screen. This is a 22inch in front of me, and the difference between any resolution is easily visible, PC or HD.

A lot of the Ultra HD concept pieces available to buy are very small screens as well.
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Re: 4320p

Bump


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HazelAM wrote:

TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? Smiley Indifferent

you'd need a house sized tv to get the most out of it i expect, probably cost the same too.


No, I think the pixels in the TV will get smaller so 4320p could be possible on a 40" TV.

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i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up Smiley Indifferent
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Xx-UNREAL_UK-xX wrote:
i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up Smiley Indifferent
Lol where ever you read this stuff, bin it.
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If your 50" Bravia was 4x the resolution, I doubt you would see that much difference.  Probably only good for 200" screens.  Then again, how would I know?  Just a guess!
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I think i'll put the viera in the bedroom and pre-order a bravia 1000"Man Very Happy


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