If you really don't think you can't see the difference between 720P and 1080P

#1chickenlardPosted 10/27/2013 6:39:20 AM
Go to Bestbuy ask an associate to change the resolution of one there display tvs to 720P and compare it to the display model that's in 1080. You will see a big difference when you step back 10 feet.
#2whitelytningPosted 10/27/2013 6:40:55 AM
Nothing like a double negative in the thread title to make another trolls thread even worse. Nice start to the day.
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#3bessy67Posted 10/27/2013 6:42:01 AM
Not really. You'll notice a difference up close, but from 10 feet away you actually aren't able to perceive the difference unless the TV is enormous.
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#4SoulTrapperPosted 10/27/2013 6:45:05 AM
The difference is pretty obvious for anyone with a TV over 50".

It's less obvious for smaller TVs, but you'll be able to see the differences depending on how far away you sit.
#5DarkHieiPosted 10/27/2013 6:48:31 AM
Well I've got a 50" so I'll notice it, what's important is there's nothing next to it to compare. Lol guess I'll have to deal with it. Still excited for the 22nd.
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#6ElenaFisherPosted 10/27/2013 6:49:04 AM
Why would I listen to chicken lard? How do you even type?
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#7DXiRoNMaNPosted 10/27/2013 6:52:20 AM
there's clearly a difference do the math it's like 260Ps of different
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#8mrshowtime333Posted 10/27/2013 6:55:04 AM
Well yea, if you have a bigger TV you can tell a difference depending on the content.

But 98.7% of people here dont play on a big enough TV to know the difference. Yet still complain about resolution.

And 10 feet back, even on a big TV you wont tell the difference then. Youd at least be on the brink of the eye being able to tell a difference.
#9BrusselsAffairPosted 10/27/2013 7:14:17 AM
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#10TeremeiPosted 10/27/2013 7:32:12 AM
asking for a demo at best buy is like asking a near sighted person to take their glasses off and read something far away.

The best buy demo's are horribly compressed, and they have 100 TV's all sharing the same signal. The only time you'll see a good demo at best buy is if a certain company (sony, samsung, whatever) has a fancy new TV and they send stores a single unit with a single demo signal meant to show off that specific TV. That's why those tv's look so much better than all the rest, not because they are oh so much better, but because they have a beautiful 1080p video specfically designed to show off a panel.

720p in my mind is ok for TVs 32" or less. If you get into 50-70" territory you will surely notice the difference.
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