Originally Posted by DavidHir
To each his own and I realize the appeal of a nearly infinite contrast ratio. However, 77" would seem like a postage stamp to me since getting my 9 foot wide scope screen/set-up last year. I also think my JVC RS4810 projected to my Stewart ST100 gives a more natural, film-like image with well mastered Blu movies compared to any flat panel - even OLED.
It is an interesting predicament to be in-visual immersion due to size Vs the absolute best visual display-but not necessarily the largest.
I have the 4K Sony 1000es(un-upgraded) and I have seen the LG1080p OLED in store.
I would love to see them side by side being tested on all sorts of material - not just a plant being sprinkled with water against a black backdrop in slow motion!!
No question- the 1080p OLED is a thing of beauty-the Sony 1000(and 1100)es when set to auto-full and on a large screen gives the type of detail that no other display can match(although those 105inch LCD scope TVs from LG do look tasty!).
Blacks go to OLED--detail and immersion go to the Sony 4k 1000es(+ the blacks are not bad either---not quite as good as a JVC-but still damn good!)