With all due respect, I don't think you understand. More screen does NOT equal more pixels ! I will clarify 4K resolution is 3840 × 2160p on UHD TVs. It's the SAME number of pixels what ever the size of screen. But the individual pixels will be bigger in size the bigger the screen size. All other things being equal an image displayed on a smaller screen is generally going be more sharper than on a bigger screen because the image is more condensed.
Amazing deal, but a tad too big. I will aim for the 65" you last posted. (angel) :D Heat for both. (y)
Have a 65" and its brilliant. Wouldn't go back to smaller. Makes the other 55" sets in the house seem small, which is odd :p
I have a 106in projector screen that I sit no more than 10feet from. Used to be brilliant with 1080p projector now even better with 4k
Would have to be good quality, high bit rate 4K. Surely the picture on a decent 65 inch is going to be sharper than on this as the pixels are smaller. Not to mention most content is still at best 1080p HD.