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Overall, I found UC3 much better than UC1.If I'd rate them overall:UC2UC4UC3UC: GA (Vita)UC1.
That's one feature I can't believe these 4K tvs don't have (or perhaps I haven't seen), being able to display 4 different sources at 1080p each. PIP can be useful especially with 4k since you're getting full HD for every quadrant. That's amazing. But noooooo, let's take features away. :'( On topic: And the Vizio P of this year (and probably many years in the past but I had no experience with) actually extract Dolby Digital and feed it to its optical out. This is good...
If I hadn't gotten my TV, I was totally gonna wait for the OLED monitors soon to come, but only if they had some sort of black frame insertion to them still being sample and hold displays that suffer from eye tracking motion blur. OLED has near zero pixel firing response, but that only helps one form of motion blur, not all. I know they are incorporating bfi for VR OLED displays, so this needs to trickle on over to Tvs and monitors.
TVs were my love a lot longer than Headphones were. This TV has one HDMI input (HDMI 5) that is incredibly fast on input lag. On the realm of 17-20ms, which is mostly unheard of on big name TVs.The motion handling is almost as good as the best plasmas I've owned, when the TV is working right. It's black response time isn't the best, but the rest is incredibly fast and easily worth it for gamers.If and when Vizio fixes my particular issue, this TV may be the overall best...
Uncharted 4 has some fantastic audio, particularly for headphone gaming in surround. This is quite a change fro the earlier titles which didn't do headphone gaming justice, IMHO. Definitely set it to Home Theater with stuff like SBX and DH.
The content? Like BF has a lot of content. I'd take 20 minutes trying to find someone to kill in BF games. The maps are unnecessarily huge.
I'm not particularly impressed with Atmos. Sound separation was lacking. The 'lack' of processing is a double edged sword in that yes, it may sound clean, but it also can end up a bit stereo-esque with a lack of the depth that makes discerning location and distance harder.. Also, I dunno why, but Thunda's SBX vids don't exactly match up with what I hear from, the X7 in my own testing. Dolby Atmos sounds good, don't get me wrong. Just not better than SBX and DH in terms...
Nah, I hate it when CoD maps are too big. It's why I prefer CoD in general. The small, paintball-esque gameplay and maps. It's when they strayed away from it to make it bigger, that they lost their touch. it's a large reason why people are so ready for the Remaster. Going back to the smaller scale combat. BF just takes too long for things to get going.
Pot calling the kettle black. BF has looked and played the same since Bad Company 1. A change in engine doesn't mean much when the core is still similar. The same way CoD4 has played the same since CoD4 at it's inner core, so has BF.
You guys are missing the point on what I'm talking about in terms of CoD or BF. Point: As soooon as CoD releases any info, people are automatically in pure hatred mode. As soon as BF says the same exact thing, people are automatically like, OMGBESTTHINGEVER. It has nothing to do with the actual content. People will automatically bitch about CoD regardless of whatever they do. Same goes for the opposite. CoD and BF are two entirely different series. I think it's...
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