hi all i have a LG 47LM860V-Zb and was wondering if its worth upgradeing to a sony XBR-55X900A when they come out in may, its a 4K tv please give me some advice please thanks to any replys you give me
No. Not for 4k content.
Given the human eye can't discern difference between HD and U-HDTV resolutions at domestic screen sizes.
what about if i got the 65 inch model would it be worth it ?
Not too sure about the 'can't see a difference' bit given that Sharp have an 8K tv ?
Maybe at the end of the day it'll be like the folk who spend one hell of a lot on money on speaker wires imagining that they do 'hear' a difference.... in this case with the 4 and 8K TV's folk will think they do see a difference ?
Not too sure but in any case... Ive already started saving for my 4K TV (unless the 8K one's come waaaay down in price)
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No. Not for 4k content. Given the human eye can't discern difference between HD and U-HDTV resolutions at domestic screen sizes.
Says who? Saw 4k content at the Bristol Hi-fi show and the difference is very noticable.
Irrespective of perceivable differencesbetween 4k and 1080p, there's the broader question of content.
If your only justification for buying is an increase in resolution, I'd wait until there's a sizeable 4k library and a genuine 4k delivery solution (at best this is a good few years off and may never be a reality in terms of OTA content).
In other words, this isn't the right time, because you'll have virtually nothing to watch in 4k and you'll pay a premium for the privilege.
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Agreed. The manufacturers still aren't sure how to deliver 4K content to people's homes. Sky is unlikely to jump to offering 4K anytime soon.
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Sky is unlikely to jump to offering 4K anytime soon.
what makes you say this BB?
Sky still offers 1080i and not 1080p, because the latter requires a lot of bandwidth (around 4 times I think). I don't think there are any immediate plans for 1080p either. Let it first offer that, then we'll see.
how much are the new sony 4k 55 and 65 inch going to cost. i was at my local currys store today and he said its going to be 8k for the 55. doesnt seam right i read on a site that it will be 3k for the 55 and 65 will be 7k
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The 55-inch Sony XBR-55X900A will come in at $4,999, while the 65-inch Sony XBR-65X900A will cost $6,999. That's around £3,260 and £4,560 respectively by today's exchange rate.
do you guys think i sould go for the 65 inch i can afford both but dont know witch one to go for
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On what basis have you narrowed your decision down to these two TVs?
There are a multitude other TVs available, including Panasonic's upcoming ZT65, which looks set to be the new reference TV and can be bought within your budget.
i want it becuse its 4k plus sony are bringing out a service where you can get even more 4k content its on there web site. is the tv your talking about plasma ? reason i want 4k is becuse the ps4 is comeing out soon as well as well xbox 720 iv been told that the tv i want can upscale in 4k
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