Originally Posted by MGTR420
65 inch tv was just too big for my studio apartment. If I had my old apartment it would have been perfect, but right now I just had to down size.
Downsize??? Not in my vocabulary. I would think that a 65" or even 75" could find it's way into the smallest studio apartment in New York or Tokyo. I'd find some way to make the furniture fit, even if it were bean bags artistically placed around the room.
Imagine the excitement of your friends as they walk into your crib and see that wall to wall OLED!
All seriousness aside - - I had my first opportunity to look at the LG 9300 this past weekend at Best Buy. Like one other forum member said - - it sticks out like a sore thumb, in a good way. Three words - - stone cold gorgeous!
On a smaller display like a 55" (who would have thunk that five years ago) - - the colors are phenomenal and the blacks are outrageous. I mean - - sharp, pristine, glowing, fabulous - - sorry for the superlatives but that's how this set hit me.
I imagine the price of these OLED sets will come down. To me, a 75" is a perfect size for my man cave and I'd probably take down my projector (100" 16 X 9 screen) if/when I can make the price work.
UHD/4K/OLED would be future proof but my question is this - - as you go to a larger screen, what is the viewing experience? If you can duplicate the 55" OLED - - then I'd say game, set & match to just a plain ole OLED versus the UHD/4K and the endless waiting for content and cable/satellite provider constraints. And - - the price point would be lower?? (No UHD/4K OLED).