Expensive 1080p VS Cheap 4k: Can You Tell The Difference?
Expensive 1080p VS Cheap 4k: When Can You Stop Telling The Difference
Should you buy an expensive higher end 1080p TV or a cheaper lower end 4K? The low end theory suggests yes, if you’re gaming a certain way. If you’re gaming on a smaller screen, because all those little pixels will be tightly condensed, you will not really see a difference if you multiply the resolution by 4 when you upscale to a 4K TV. if, however, you move up to the big and super big screen TVs because that’s how you like to game, you will see a dramatic difference in quality as the pixels will be more spread out, therefore you will be needing more to get that coveted sharpness.
We’re going to talk about how when you go to the store the 4K TVs look better than the 1080p’s, but how that experience maybe should not warrant you opening up your wallet wider. We’re going to talk about you as a gamer, what you want, and what you think you want. We’re also going to go over some of the numbers and letters in the world of television and what they mean. We’ll give an overview of what interlaced and progressive televisions are, what the differences are between 1080i and 1080p, how the 4K moniker actually comes from cinema screens, aspect ratios, Full HD, 4K and 8K resolution, and a few of some other little things that make gaming TVs super pricey.
00:20 Is 1080p good enough?
04:38 Is 4K worth it?
08:03 Which to buy?
Written by: Jean Bernard
Narrated by: JB
Edited by: JB
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