What is the smallest screen size you are okay with watching a 1080p movie on?
OFFICIAL PERSONAL HOME MOVIE VIEWING EXPERIENCE RANKINGS
>At home on the couch with 40" 1080p Vizio Television at night
>13.3" Chromebook with an ips display in bed
>24" 1080p monitor at desktop im using right now
>nexus 7 on an airplane/roadtrip with headphones
>tfw the highest quality screens these days are 5-6"
Fuck this gay earth
>watching a movie on a telephone
I stream 240p movies from youtube on my nokia 5230
Smallest screen size? You mean biggest?
This question makes no sense. When you smaller you need less resolution.
You're basically asking what is the smallest screen size you are okay with.
Smallest before you can't tell the difference between 1080p and some lower resolution. I've been watching an SD rip of a TV show on my S5 and I couldn't tell if it was HD or not. On a big screen, it would look shit.
Kinda like how bigger screens need more AA while smaller ones need less.
I notice difference between an average yifi 1080p vs 720p on my Galaxy S4. No major difference though. I'm just a real pixel peeper.
When I'm on my PC I almost only watch remuxes, haha.
>DJ are pretty much the only people that actually buy full albums
not true, plenty of people who aren't poor buy their music because physical collection >>>>> 0's and 1's
>and listen to them in their entirety
now you're not even trying
Following artists and music news is just boring, its like watching E or NFL.
I find out about new music through the radio or Pandora. I don't see any reason to buy albums, just like I don't see any reason to buy NFL merchandise.