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Ultra High-Definition
#357126 10/20/11 06:21 PM
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Re: Ultra High-Definition
CV #357129 10/20/11 06:49 PM
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I'll take three projectors, please.


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
medic8r #357130 10/20/11 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted By: medic8r
I'll take three projectors, please.


Vertically mounted?

Re: Ultra High-Definition
CatBrat #357133 10/20/11 07:04 PM
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I guess, no point of keeping to upgrade my DVD collection to crappy BD anymore. As a matter of fact, I better stop buying BD all together from now on.

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Re: Ultra High-Definition
bdpf #357137 10/20/11 07:42 PM
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I just hope there is "A" standard.

Not all of this applies to broadcast (some is acquisition only) but I'm tired of dealing with 1080P, 1080i, 720P, 480P, 480i, 29.97fps frame rates, 30fps frame rates, 24fps frame rates, Panasonic codecs, Sony codecs, disc based acquisition, flash-based acquisition on SDHC cards, flash-based acquisition on proprietary memory modules, etc...etc..etc....

There must be... literally... a thousand "standards" out there that customers bring me....


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
MarkSJohnson #357143 10/20/11 09:01 PM
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I think that they need to work on brightness/contrast/price as well as raw resolution. I see those issues even today with 3D projectors. 2D performance isn't improved much, but you now get 3D for $500 less than last year. Bah. I don't want 3D except in real life. I don't want (yet) HDHDHD without the other factors.


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
nickbuol #357145 10/20/11 09:10 PM
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By the time I'm ready for Ultra-HD, it will probably be as cheap as the 720p TV I bought last year. I'm ok with being way behind the bleeding edge of TV technology.


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
pmbuko #357147 10/20/11 09:18 PM
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BURN HIM!!!


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
medic8r #357152 10/21/11 01:01 AM
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I'm going back to VHS.


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Re: Ultra High-Definition
SirQuack #357162 10/21/11 05:27 AM
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analog > digital ???


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