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Archiee

Which source do you prefer for watching movies ?

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20 members have voted

  1. 1. Which source/Resolution do you prefer for watching movies ?

    • 4k 1080p UHDBits Blu-Ray
      7
    • 3D
      0
    • 1080p Blu-Ray
      10
    • 720p Blu-Ray
      2
    • SD Blu-Ray
      0
    • WEB-DL/Webrip
      1
    • HD-RIP
      0
    • DVD-RIP
      0


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Share yours preferable thinks here.I'll happy to see if everyone participate this poll chat conversation .

Regards

AR ! 

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Rarely do I bother in anything above 1080P unless its a real 4K. Most movies are upscaled so not worth the wait and gigs.  If I'm watching on my 46" I go sometimes for 720p even so I broadcast via Plex, but on the 65" it has to be 1080 for sure or it looks crap.

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For me 720p is really good on size/quality ratio. 

If you have/want to see on big quality tv, try something above 1080 🙂

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For me preferable 1080P. sometimes  720p.

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Prefer 1080p bluray, but web-dl is usually fine as well.

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I m mostly watching stuff on my laptop so a 720p is pretty much enough for me. Although i tend to download a lot of 1080p It really doesnt make all that of a difference when viewed on my old gen laptop. Cheers!

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4K is beautiful but streaming it via Plex is a problem...1080pis more than adequate.

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1080p that's enough, but 4k need a nice Screen size or, maybe with a 60fps on a 120hz monitor

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1080p strikes that good balance between bloat and image quality. Plus we still haven't adopted a higher standard yet.

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Web-DL if I'm completely desperate and there is no other source that is around. Else 1080p Blu-Ray any day.

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I prefer 4K Bluray but if none are available, I'll user 1080p.

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