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post #1 of 17 Old 10-09-2014, 09:34 AM - Thread Starter
 
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The Ultimate AVSforum Flat Panel Display Design

Since no one company can seem to get it right, let's build our own ultimate fantasy displays.

Katevva printed 80" FLAT RGB 4K OLED panel
Sharp/Nippon MothEye anti glare film
Retractable or removable sound bar
Dolby Vision 800nits and High Dynamic Range restore
Wide Color Gamut with 100% REC 2020
Native 240hz with Black Frame Insertion
DisplayPort 1.3
Passive 3D with SimuliView
No Eco mode or brightness limiter
Dual Multicore processors
Full CMS control
$2500
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Since no one company can seem to get it right, let's build our own ultimate fantasy displays.

Katevva printed 80" FLAT RGB 4K OLED panel
Sharp/Nippon MothEye anti glare film
Retractable or removable sound bar
Dolby Vision 800nits and High Dynamic Range restore
Wide Color Gamut with 100% REC 2020
Native 240hz with Black Frame Insertion
DisplayPort 1.3
Passive 3D with SimuliView
No Eco mode or brightness limiter
Dual Multicore processors
Full CMS control
$2500
Add no DNR and I'm drooling.
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Since no one company can seem to get it right, let's build our own ultimate fantasy displays.

Katevva printed 80" FLAT RGB 4K OLED panel
Sharp/Nippon MothEye anti glare film
Retractable or removable sound bar
Dolby Vision 800nits and High Dynamic Range restore
Wide Color Gamut with 100% REC 2020
Native 240hz with Black Frame Insertion
DisplayPort 1.3
Passive 3D with SimuliView
No Eco mode or brightness limiter
Dual Multicore processors
Full CMS control
$2500
Hmmm… I think with no DNR I would add up the size to a 90" 2.35:1 screen size that can be adjusted between flat and curved.

I love to fantasize!
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It also should have no space between the pixels.
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Inbuilt 3D LUT video processing
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4k? Why not go all-out and use 7680x4800? Anyway...



DisplayPort 1.3-based lossless video & lossles audio output port; analog audio sources are transmitted at the highest audio quality available.

(uses standard DisplayPort connector rather than USB Type-C for the ability to output an HDMI 2.0-compliant signal without the use of a converter)




Also:

- VESA Adaptive Sync

- Input ports are modular allowing virtually any type of input, including future inputs that may not exist yet. Has a large amount of input module ports and can even support legacy analog connections like composite, S-video, and VGA or even ports from different regions like SCART and D-Terminal.

- Modular ports can also transmit power for USB ports, particularly for DisplayPort Alternate mode over USB type-C ports

- Easily capable of CRT levels of input lag

- Completely configurable open-source post-processing software engine that can be customized per channel, aspect, resolution, and input (includes upscaling, denoising, and even frame interpolation if you really want), can have several processes layered upon one-another and even allow the user to install their own algorithms (compatible with a future version of MPC-HC) from a USB drive, includes a built-in input-lag display on the post-processing options for seeing how much input-lag your configuration results in


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MKV container support for local or network play.
H.265 (HEVC) support.
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H.265 (HEVC) support.
Allow me to build on that:

An HSA-enabled SOC capable of decoding new and cutting-edge video formats in software so that even future formats can be supported via software updates (Daala?).
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Separate mediabox for all the tech with a single combined AV and power chord available in 3ft, 15ft and 30ft lengths.
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a single combined AV and power chord available in 3ft, 15ft and 30ft lengths.
It's called USB Type-C with DisplayPort Alternate Mode.
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Since no one company can seem to get it right, let's build our own ultimate fantasy displays.

Katevva printed 80" FLAT RGB 4K OLED panel
Sharp/Nippon MothEye anti glare film
Retractable or removable sound bar
Dolby Vision 800nits and High Dynamic Range restore
Wide Color Gamut with 100% REC 2020
Native 240hz with Black Frame Insertion
DisplayPort 1.3
Passive 3D with SimuliView
No Eco mode or brightness limiter
Dual Multicore processors
Full CMS control
$2500
Technology is here but prices won't be. Maybe in 5years from now.

Media room- LG 4K OLED EG9600, Pioneer Elite VSX-90, Samsung 4K K8500, Klipsch Gallery G28's, Klipsch Sub 12, Klipsch RS-52 II, HTPC, Optik HD cable

Living room- Sony 4K 79XBRX900B, Onkyo RC-360,HTPC,Klipsch Reference R-62II,Rc52II,PS4

Gaming room -Panasonic ST60, PS3, Wii

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Just give me a 65" 4K LG OLED panel wrapped in Apple industrial design running Apple software on dual A8X processors.

Launch it alongside a new streaming format that takes bitrate, bit depth, and color space to the edge and beyond what such a panel can do. With a large selection of content already remastered and available on iTunes in the new format, thanks to partnerships with the major movie studios. If anyone can ram a seemingly impossibly ambitious format down the throats of the content industry... it's Apple.

LG 55EA970 OLED
LG OLED65C6P
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And since it would be an OLED with the Apple name on it, it will probably go for $15,000.
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Just give me a flat version of LG's 77" OLED for ~$3k by 2016, and I'll be a happy camper
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Just give me a flat version of LG's 77" OLED for ~$3k by 2016, and I'll be a happy camper
That would be my sweet spot also
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No love for low input lag? LG's current OLED models seem to be sub-par in that regard...

Even if you don't play games, it's still useful for PCs and/or other user-controled devices.
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