Well, at first I don't intend to put juicy parts but reading after posting made me felt an urge to put ones. If you're seeing movies on TV at close enough view distance, you'd still prefer 1024x768 as being good enough, right? I can hear vinyl > SACD > CD > DSD > hires > wav > flac > mp3 and you can't tell my ears to replace mp3 in place of all those from reading here.
I already countered this fact before. Let me repost it here:
Its the limit of human perception that defines the resolution of any medium. Not the other way round. If we cannot hear better than 16 bits of audio, it doesn't really matter whether we use 24 or 96bits. In the digital processing domain it may matter because audio equipment *can* distinguish between these bit depths, but not once its produced for listening.
The same can be said for resolution in terms of number of pixels per unit length, or sampling rate in terms of audio. If you've seen the high resolution displays you'll notice a 5" 1280x720 px makes it almost impossible to see the pixels, and truly impossible for a 4" screen with the same resolution, or higher PPI. The fact that we can cram in 1920x1080 px in the same size doesn't mean its better, because we can't notice it.