Greg was looking to upgrade to a new 4K TV, and got a Sony Bravia, and found the upscaling was terrible when watching live TV. A year later, the TV has gone out and he has to replace it. Will he have an issue with another 4K TV? Or should he just try and get and older 1080p TV. Rich is not a fan of upscaling, and the native resolution will always be better because upscaling can't invent resolution that's got clarity. Just watch it the way it is, unless it's a 4K native signal. Netflix and Amazon Prime, for instance, stream in 4K. But TV channels vary from 720-1080i-1080p.
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Chad is looking to get the XBox Scorpio next year to upgrade his game console but he wants to upgrade his TV first. Leo says that this will trigger the upgrade cascade with all of his other devices. Sony's 4K TV is very nice, and Scott Wilkinson says nice things about it. It misses the UHD Premium spec, however. Leo says it may be HDR 10, but Leo says he'll want a TV that supports the whole spec, not just one or the other. Sony always goes their own way with proprietary technology. That's a legitimate concern.