I did see this TV at Costco, it is big compare to 55" inch as the TV was advertising on the screen, Yes, I agree, it is considerable small compare to my 135" projected screen and this one costs thousands $$$$ more.
I was thinking of putting it on the back seat for the kids and a big a$$ satellite on the back
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Funny, I've been using my projectors as a substitute for many years now, they work fine. You hear of these things called "curtains"? I hear they work WONDERS! Also modern projectors are bright enough to work even with moderate ambient light with good picture quality still. Where's that negative rep button hiding.... uninformed FUD-spreaders need it.
Bwahahaa, hilarious... you do know that 4k displays have barely any content available yet, let alone a mainstream disc format, availability for tv shows, etc., (and good luck running games on it!) and still runs ~15-20x the cost of this kind of set still.... right? Adorable.... "around the corner".... if a decade is that to you, maybe!
At the sizes that these are approaching, it becomes quite simple to see the actual physical pixels. Upscaling the movies will make them look as they always do, blurry. Movies don't have the fine detail of videogames or PC usage, so the content doesn't matter as much as not being able to easily see the actual pixels, and the gaps between them.
That's all I care about "4k" for - higher resolution for bigger screens, or sitting closer (PC monitors).
I sit about 10 feet from a 120" screen with a 1080p projector and I can't see any pixels.
People can bicker about the superiority of projection vs LCD but both have undeniable advantages / disadvantages:
+ Simple installation, will work in almost any room with no special planning or wiring
+ Very watchable in almost any lighting condition
- No financially practical options for screen sizes over 90" (and most people would also consider the option in this thread impractical).
+ Best cost per inch for large screen sizes
+ Most theater-like experience with 120" diagonal viewing very practical with light control
- Not a good experience (IMO) unless you are in completely lightless room
- Fan noise
- Some minor inherent image distortion due to optics/screen flatness
- Lamp life vs LCD and brightness falls off more dramatically over time than LCD
- Warm-up time
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