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HA_ProductionsAlthough there isn't a whole lot of content out for 4K the picture in general does look better and within the next two years I feel there definitley will be a lot more content out and I'd rather buy one now than buy a 1080p one just to upgrade to 4K next year. Also eheath you can get a 55" 4K tv for $500 there coming down in price hence why I'm considering it
eheathYeah a shit off brand 4k tv, dont even waste your money on that shit.
HA_ProductionsNah they have brands like LG, Visio, Toshiba, Insigna etc... example http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-50-class-49-5-diag--led-2160p-with-chromecast-built-in-4k-ultra-hd-home-theater-display-black/5428200.p?skuId=5428200
eheathWell you seem to know what you want, so why are you asking? haha
HA_ProductionsAs I said in the original post i was wondering if anybody had any experience and/or personal recommendations
Dustin.Can you even tell the difference in resolution from 4K to 1080p on such a small display? When I think 4K content, I think movie theaters. Am I out to lunch on this or is it because there's almost nothing that's actually 4K out there?
HA_ProductionsYes in general the picture is sharper since it has more detail and all though there isn't a whole lot of content out in 4k right now it is being developed especially for a lot of games and I would say by next year most games for next gen consoles will be 4k
eheathFor under $500 you're not going to get much
HA_ProductionsLooking to buy a 4K TV for >$500