Help mga sir kasi gamit yung 43W800C di ma-read yung external hdd ko.
natry mo sa usb flash disk lang sir? yung sony 40R ko nakakabasa naman kahit anong partition.
Di pa sir. Sayang ext hd ko kasi nandun na lahat at para di na ililipat pa :(
I can honestly say, yes. Mas malinaw pag mas malaking 1080p file ang gamit. Thats for me ha? I dont know about the others.
Pero kung ayaw mo na ma-bother sa problem na iyan, just go for full hd na lang.
I've been downloading movies for a long time now.
I download movies ranging from 8GB file to 60GB. The reason why bigger file sized 1080p is clearer and better than the small sized 1080p is because it is less compressed.
For example YIFY's. I won't mention more I'm sure you get it.
He can make 720p movies less than a GB because its overly compressed. That's why the sound quality is really low if you have noticed.
I also have 720p videos that is around 4GB. It has lesser compression which means more details in the video and sound is louder due to the bit rate. Try to compare the bit rates of a bigger file size and a small file size.
The biggest file size I had was James Cameron's Avatar it was around 60GB. It was pure Blu-Ray movie. No compression at all and the details were stunning. The file also contained 5.1 Channel DTS Surround Sound even at a low volume the sound quality was really good.
So if you are considering a 4K TV it doesn't mean you always need to watch a 4K video. You can also watch less compressed 1080P videos and it will still look really good. If you have the money why not right? Sometimes newer tech is better so you don't have to upgrade again.
Since 720P/1080P/4K are all resolutions of the video, I'm sure they will come up with a 4K video which is compressed in a smaller file size but wait till you see a less compressed 4K video.
-- edited by armenmoghadasian on Jul 02 2015, 07:14 PM
^ plus one to what he said
Plus 2 to that. This is why i buy the actual bd kapag alam kong sulit yung movie.
If not, there is always a good market wanting used bds over at pinoydvd.
kaya po ba ng gaming yung lg lf6300 43inch na tv namin? 50ms daw po yung input lag.. mag ps3/ps4 po sana..
saan po ba bilihan ng LED panel for samsung? sobrang mahal kasi ng bigay sa amin 24k for 48incher.. may mga lines kasi yug tv namin.. tnx
Kung hindi ka pihican, ok na yung lf6300. I think kailangan mo gawing PC yung isang input mo para lalo pang bumaba yung input lag.
Meron na ba naka experience ng TV flickering pag ginawang PC Monitor?
sir pano po yun? isang hdmi connected yung pc tapos yung isa connected po sa ps4 or ps3? kahit na console lang gagamitin?
possible ba na magkakaiba ang prices sa same na name ng mall but different branch?
i checked the sony 43w800c pero 3.7k lang ang cash discount. dun sa isang branch is 7.8k.
^Ang laki ng difference, 4k. Dun ka na lang sa mas murang branch kung ayaw ibigay sa same price.
sony 48w700c 44.9k
with free blu ray bdp s1200.
mga sir ask ko lang magkano na po ba now 55 inches led tv?
merun kase nagaalok sakin 55 inches led tv 23k daw 2nd hand po ang brand changhong
any feedback sa brand na ito?
^Let it go. Generic brand + 2nd hand + No warranty, tapos 23k pa price. Bili ka na lang ng brand new 50" na may warranty kahit Generic brand..
Devant 50CB520 50" Full HD 120hz LED TV - 27,550
Devant 55CB520 55" Full HD 120hz LED TV - 34,400
Hisense 50D22 50" Full HD 120hz LED TV - 23,990
TCL 50B2800 50" Full HD LED TV with Freebies - 25,799
TCL 55B3700 55" Full HD LED TV - 31,300
My View 50EX200 50" Full HD LED TV - 18,999 (SRP: P24,995)
My View 55EX200 55" Full HD LED TV - 31,995
-- edited by dm1179 on Jul 04 2015, 09:12 PM
Edit mo lang ata yung name nung input mo into pc eh. Accrdg to rtings.com, it should be automatic regarding the input lag.
Thanks sa info sir yun nga din sabi ko dun sa seller eh kaso ayaw maniwala po.
how much ba ang srp ng 43w800c sa tindahan ng sapatos
and where and what branch ang willing magbigay ng 7.8k for cash buyers
@burnveejaybyford: Don't waste your time sa seller na yan. Baka feeling nyan Sony/LG/Samsung ang TV nya. Hehe.