[QUOTE=voxsmart;2754001]I realise things must improve over time, but is it really an improvement? I find watching in a good quality stand def is fine, then when I first look at a Blu ray, yeah, it’s better, well for a while, then I don’t really notice. Go to UHD and everything looks slightly plastic or like CG.
I’m not the only one to notice this effect, it’s on different TVs as well, so it’s not just my setup. How “good” does it need to be? if everything was say in 8K or more, perhaps going back to SD would look horrible, maybe even 1080P? Just like going back to VHS.
What ever, I have no plans to by a super restricted possibly peeping tom of a UHD Blu ray player, what I have is more than good enough, well for me that is.
What do you Guys think?[/QUOTE]
The law of diminishing returns certainly comes into play with ever increasing resolutions but I think the ultimate limit is what the human eye can perceive.
Once they reach that then there’s no point in going any further.
I have to say I’m a big fan of HD though as the difference I can see is really dramatic.