From an ideal viewing distance icons and text would be extremely small unless you increase the size of everything and then it just looks quite bad. Comments pls I agree and disagree with this comment, when it comes to your baseline uhd panels then yes, but with your higher end ones I would say no. BUT I can see that with 20/20 eye vision, that say if you are sitting on the beach and look down then you can see each individual grain of sane from that distance.
I have a pc with a normal sized monitor for general Web browsing etc I use my htpc for gaming and movie watching in the lounge room. But your right for icons and text sitting directly in front of a 24 inch monitor is much better I've been looking for a decent sized t.v, it will only really be used for blurays and hdtv not fta. I was looking at the kogan 65" but they don't deliver that t.v. I do also acknowledge that the difference in quality is not just uhd vs fhd on the premium panels, but your best picture quality tv's these days will be uhd (with the exclusion of the LG fhd oled). However if you look into the distance, 3 or more meters away, then your eyes cannot perceive each grain, and so it would be the same with TV's UT I can see that with 20/20 eye vision, that say if you are sitting on the beach and look down then you can see each individual grain of sane from that distance.
Yet for me, the biggest advantage is being able to watch FTA HD sport.
The picture quality watching the Ashes made me feel like I had a Crown Casino mega screen at home, yet me picture quality is better.
But I guess with the 30 day return policy its basically an at home test isnt it! Wouldn't suit a pedestal set up with panel overhang. This is what gives a 100/120 Hz TV that 'look' of ultra smooth movement.
My dilemma is whether to buy on of these as a Foxtel HD/HTPC/PS4 screen until im guessing 2 years time that OLED 65 inch becomes available for 2500-3000. I have no issues with the smart lag is not very the sound is kinda low and the remote is way too that price i don't think we should be complaining. The scaler inside the TV looks at one frame and then the next and will draw new frames between the two actual input frame to smooth out the movement between those frames.
On the other side I know I wont be completely satisfied with the picture quality on this but I think it may be fun to play around with high resolutions on the HTPC (GTX 970, 1440p? You need 4 ppl for it and a big ute to carry this 65 incher Well, if the screen diagonal is 65" and the bezel is small, then the width of the TV will be about 58" and the height without stand about 32". It's fairly standard and even quite good for a TV of this size and price. Plasma had to be upright so the weight of the device didn't crack the glass. You can feed it whatever you want, but it will scale up to UHD. This is a really, really important feature to have some degree of control over and there's no mention of it at all. So we removed the seats.i had 3 ppl to carry from Hornby Aldi store to the parking lot.
) for a year or so and once the OLEDS come down in price I can always use this in one of the other rooms in the house! My 2c worth: If you can find a store with stock, and are prepared to go to the trouble of getting it into your viewing room, you really have nothing to lose. Don't be mislead by the 'mega/super dynamic contrast ratio' numbers of 5-10 000 000:1 that manufacturers like to spout. It's also possible that whilst this TV has a refresh rate of 120hz, it will only display content in the input hertz, and not interpolate at all. It wont fit in the all the adjustments is a i just took my friends along and got it donei didnt want to take a chance so i kept it upright all the while.
We have thousands of live online chatters thats based in the UK.I'm currently using a six year old Samsung plasma fifty inch. 'The reply I received on email says 'This TV does not upscale, it will display image the same resolution as the input' Can anybody confirm this before I buy one?However the anti glare has been rubbed off in patches and it looks horrible. My views – Dont break your head too much on the product or the pricing. Thanks Paul Even if it could upscale, I don't imagine it would do a great job at it, but at least Aldi gives a money back guarantee so you can always try it a d see whether or not you are satisfied with the results.The 3D bonus, which the Aldo TV does NOT have is definitely a bonus.I've since picked up lots of 3D Bluray movies from the pawn shop opposite Cash Converters for just each.