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post #11 of 15 Old 09-09-13, 11:31 AM
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Re: Samsung announces release of their 98 inch big screen

"Given that the Samsung 85" S9 is somewhere in the realm of 39 to 40 thousand dollars, the speculation of the cost of the 98 Inch Samsung S9 have people everywhere wincing."

For that much scratch, I'm taking the grandkids and anybody else who wants to go to the theater anytime they want to go. For food the only question would be how much can you carry. I still enjoy going to the movie once in awhile, I enjoy waking up in the morning.
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post #12 of 15 Old 09-11-13, 10:06 PM
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Re: Samsung announces release of their 98 inch big screen

We have the 85" 4k UHD TV in our showroom and I can tell you it delivers a stunning picture. The full array local dimming employs many hundreds of local dimming zones and the scaling and processing is exceptional.

For us having this stunning display in the center of our main showroom has been well worth the investment.

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We have the 85" 4k UHD TV in our showroom and I can tell you it delivers a stunning picture. The full array local dimming employs many hundreds of local dimming zones and the scaling and processing is exceptional.

For us having this stunning display in the center of our main showroom has been well worth the investment.

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I am curious how it shows regular non 4K content? Say, you have it go to ESPN or CNN or some cable channel, how it would look? Granted, if you can afford the 4K or Ultra HD TVs, you will most likely get the 4K server or stream 4K content at high prices but due to the low level of 4K content, the owner would eventually have to use the tv for non 4K content.
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Re: Samsung announces release of their 98 inch big screen

In general Samsung TVs have very good scaling and video processing. This TV has excellent internal processing. We feed this baby BD and DIRECTV and it looks great.

I also have some UHD demo content.

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In general Samsung TVs have very good scaling and video processing. This TV has excellent internal processing. We feed this baby BD and DIRECTV and it looks great.

I also have some UHD demo content.

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Thanks Robert for the feedback. It is good to hear that Ultra HD (4K) TV can upscale 1080i or 1080p or lower versions and that they look acceptable.
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