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Question about 50-60 inch LED / Plasma TVs

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dE_logics
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Jul25-14, 05:08 AM
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Why will it get 'washed out'? The pixels are the same regardless of how large the display is. Larger displays will either have larger pixels or more pixels, or both.

From various reviews I've seen when you upscale images, there tends to be a slight improvement rather than degrading as compared to low resolution panels.
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Jul25-14, 05:39 AM
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Why will it get 'washed out'? The pixels are the same regardless of how large the display is. Larger displays will either have larger pixels or more pixels, or both.

From various reviews I've seen when you upscale images, there tends to be a slight improvement rather than degrading as compared to low resolution panels.

The pixels are the same, but the key point here is 'pixel density'. A 1080 television has exactly the same number of pixels at 28" and 65". 1080 is the number of pixel lines on the screen (1920x1080 for example). If you increase the size yet maintain the resolution, you WILL have degeigation of image quality if you do not increase your viewing distance from the display.

Never, will you ever, see an increase In quality when you upscale an image.

Relativity even applies to televisions! :D


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