Originally Posted by andy sullivan
It helps but it doesn't improve?
Nope. LCDs have side viewing angle issues. The curve when your set in pace can help keep the picture uniform for you like with the pictures of the cartoons I posted. If you want to watch the dark knight then head on will be the best obviously.
The set with animation and many cartoons is often lit pretty evenly and so the angles can be better and the curve in those situations keeps color pretty uniform and blacks actually still decent as well.
I have an f8000 that easily has worse angles.
It did not improve the angles. It can help at times but to improve the angle to me means more than just well lit content.
But what I say about it depends on the material means nothing to anyone. I could preach all day and many blow it off because they misquote me, or are just here to gather the crowd and pitch forks.
He does it because I have no issue defending my set. He said you can't even see uhd unless your 5 ft from the set unless you get an 80" tv.
So how would a 77" oled uhd be any different?
It's funny how the sets that one member is in here getting support for I was the one fighting for in the other thread. I was the one being attacked for saying oled 4k was worth it.
Now they are in this thread getting the great support of those I have already gotten thrown under the bus for.
So nice this place.
But I don't care. I just tell you guys don't let the curve be an issue for you.
Why all this? Let's ask that.
Why do you guys care? If you think the curve hurts don't get one. What more do you want? I won't force my opinion down your throat like what's his loss name.