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post #31 of 35 Old 05-15-2013, 11:04 AM - Thread Starter
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The AUO non-IPS passive 3D's are certainly a great bunch of news. However, when "this year" is mentioned, that means 2013 model TVs or 2014 model TVs? It'd be nice to see XBR quality panels that are passive.

The Sony 4k models already have a AUO AMVA passive 3d panels.

Hey, thanks! Interesting..... Are AUO 2K's (non-IPS) in the future, .......or present?

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Hey, thanks! Interesting..... Are AUO 2K's (non-IPS) in the future, .......or present?

AUO have both 2k and 4k in passive 3d but Sony for now is only using them in 4k.
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What are they using for the 70R550A?
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What are they using for the 70R550A?

I was assuming all 3 sizes were similar (LG IPS), but I'm not so sure now that I think about it.

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The top LG models use SPVA panels. The lower IPS panels don't have these problems. I own two lg LEDs, one of them a 2012 model. Screen uniformity is excellent excepting at high backlight settings, where flash lighting can be seen. Contrast is not the best, but the problems that the OP raises are atypical of LG LEDs.
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