Originally Posted by Wizziwig
Yes, you might need to hit the "Go Advanced" button to see the "Preview" button.
Have you done any touch-up calibrations during the time you've owned it? I'd be curious how much drift there's been in color temperature and brightness since it was first calibrated.
Your results so far sound much better that what I've seen from long-time LG OLED owners. They all seem to have dead pixels, especially beyond 1000 hours.
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Haven't recalibrated in months, but I measured peak white today and it's about the same: 122 cd/m^2 at 100% white. This is with the cell light setting at 6 and contrast at 93. It's good for cable-TV, but I usually raise cell light for Blu-ray. Shouldn't be this way, but I find that in most cases 2.4:1 needs more brightness on OLED screens.
Color drifted a bit, but I'm not worried, the dE values are so low. I'll just recalibrate some time soon. Actually, I'm contemplating what to do with my RadianceMini-3D, which I purchased for this set. I got it for the 10-point white balance control feature, but I'm bothered by the handshake between my Oppo player, the Mini and the Samsung. It's created a delay in the system where the sound system comes on first and the picture stumbles in a second later, but in sync. I can't take it anymore. I think I'll just use a calibration disc and remove the Mini. It's a slower process but I want my system back.
Below are a few snips from the ChromaPure measurements.
I'm following the LG threads, like all AVS members who are excited by this very cool display. The 2nd gen sets look even better. Wouldn't be surprised if my next set is a 3rd gen LG OLED.