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i had it on for about 3 hours max, the first time it turned off, i was going from amazon video to netflix
the 2nd time I was watching a blu ray
it turns off, then turns right back on
has any other owner experienced any heat coming from this tv, specifically on the front of the screen, on the opposite side of the motherboard
Last edited by 5x10; 06-23-2014 at 08:15 AM.
I experienced something similar with a Samsung F8000 last year, turning itself off and then back on, and it only happened when certain motion control settings were in place. The issue was highlighted to Samsung techs, and resolved in a software update.
I had a plasma prior but living at over 6000 ft, it tended to exhibit some strange behaviors.
My neighbor is a bit of a tv snob. Having had a pioneer elite, a kuro, and now the last generation of Panasonic Plasma, the VT60 I think. He was absolutely amazed by the picture quality.
Also the 3D is pretty good on this set. I love the fact that it is passive 3d. Active 3d tends to mess with my eyes.
also, said i shouldnt be experiencing that much heat
i wonder if the tv turning off is because of the heat
Last edited by 5x10; 06-23-2014 at 10:01 AM.
Edge lit LCD also get hot where the led bulbs are, the heat is on the edges, you will not feel it on the center of the screen.
Last edited by Vegas oled; 06-23-2014 at 10:48 AM.
I suggest everyone check their sub-pixels to make sure you do not have a major defect. The on/off thing is a little concerning but has happened to me on 2 sets and when the set is hot and cold. Hopefully LG is working on a fix.
I am amazed every single time I watch this TV. OLED 4K 77" must be amazing.
Last edited by Vegas oled; 06-23-2014 at 11:15 AM.
Agree with you on the on/off
Also, how did you measure the temp?
Last edited by 5x10; 06-23-2014 at 11:24 AM.
i watched it with my 5 yr old son yesterday, by far the best the movie has ever looked! (both blu ray trasfer and this tv's picture)
anyways, he comes to me this morning and says, "dad, I want to watch commando again"
im in the living room, with my 65vt30, I ask, do you want me to put it on in here?
he says "no", i want to watch it on the good tv
even my 5 yr old can appreciate this picture
Last edited by Barrybud; 06-23-2014 at 02:52 PM.
If you believe you can win an argument by stating that scientists "often" get things wrong, all you're doing is selectively ignoring the overwhelming legion of things they have gotten right. Viewed as an aggregate, scientists very very rarely get things wrong.
Still keeping an eye as they seem to not be completely concrete on their pricing one way or the other. Now some people are seeing 3999 and another that said they briefly did 1999 again.
As for the issues on this TV, most of the things being mentioned are so hilariously minor for such a groundbreaking and affordable set given the technology being provided here, even at 4000.00. I'm so glad to see after all the BS we've gone through with most LCDs and plasmas that the biggest thing we have to worry about on THE FIRST FRIEKEN GENERATION OLED is seeing the imprint of the motherboard in perfect conditions. LOL.
Last edited by Playdrv4me; 06-23-2014 at 09:40 PM.
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