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Location: Mountain View, CA
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OLED still has its bucket of problems that you will want to look out for too. Top one are Color fading, which can also affect calibrations, potential of IR, and also how LG decided to drive their Panels for motion. They use a Sample and Hold method, so your motion resolution will be lower and you will notice some blurring during fast movement.
Now this is not to say that a 4K OLED is not going to possible be the best picture out there. OLED still has the potential of being the best option for TV technology for awhile, but its not perfect. I personally wouldn't buy an OLED until they have solved the color fading issue, and show me they can create one with perfect motion resolution (Plus I don't like curved screens)
Im am eager for more X950B to get out in the wild so we have a bigger sample size to see how prevalent these issues are. Also cant wait for some professional reviews of this TV, as this might be our best option out for a 4k LCD (minus the Vizio R-series, if it ever does come out)
Theater Room: 65ZT60, Denon 2313CI, Oppo 103D, Apple TV, Logitech Harmony Ultimate
Bedroom: 65VT50, Sony S790, Harmony Smart Control
Game Room: Upcoming Purchases - 4K TV (Sony 65X950B or Reference Series Vizio, Sony FMP-X10) Already Have - OPPO 103D, Harmony Ultimate, Apple TV, 24 gaming systems ready to be hooked up.