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why 65EC9700 don't have HDR or 120fps

why 65EC9700 don't have HDR or 120fps ?
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HDR? Not bright enough. (you need a really bright display for proper HDR)


As for 120fps, do you mean native input like on a 120hz/144hz PC monitor, or do you mean interpolation?

I'm pretty sure the latter exists, but the former is actually unknown at this point because, for a TV, you usually have to make a custom resolution and refresh rate with a PC in order to determine whether or not a TV truly can handle it due to the fact that support for the input of such refresh rates on TVs is usually undocumented.

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HDR? Not bright enough. (you need a really bright display for proper HDR)
you say oled not bright enough ?
i Think oled bright like a LED

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As for 120fps, do you mean native input like on a 120hz/144hz PC monitor, or do you mean interpolation?
native input like on a 120hz/144hz PC monitor like in vizio p
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you say oled not bright enough ?
i Think oled bright like a LED


native input like on a 120hz/144hz PC monitor like in vizio p
In order to qualify as HDR you need to meet a certain brightness (I believe at least 800 nits). Most of the LCDs today are around 400 Nits at max brightness.....So even though it may look as bright as LED, it does not mean it will meet the HDR standard. Regardless there is no HDR material as of yet so its of "no use" right now...
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native input like on a 120hz/144hz PC monitor like in vizio p
HDMI 2.0 or DP 1.3 can't deliver 4k resolution at those update rates.

Of course, it would be nice if you had the choice of running at a lower resolution in 120hz+, but I doubt that is a high priority feature from LG's perspective.

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This may help us better understand and perhaps may be more demo's at CES 2015:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinio...e-dolby-vision

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HDMI 2.0 or DP 1.3 can't deliver 4k resolution at those update rates.
This is not true - DisplayPort 1.3 can do 4k 4:4:4 @ 120hz. Not only that, but HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 can do 4k 4:2:0 @ 120hz.

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Of course, it would be nice if you had the choice of running at a lower resolution in 120hz+, but I doubt that is a high priority feature from LG's perspective.
That's why I mentioned custom resolutions - the el-cheapo 4k Seiki de39uy04 TV with only HDMI 1.4 inputs can do 60hz at 1440p, 120hz at 1080p, and 240hz at 720p, but you need to make custom resolutions to do this.

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I understand that life of OLED 4000 hours ?
I understand correctly ?

ig Said more pixels less life
( they say that with 8k )
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I understand that life of OLED 4000 hours ?
I understand correctly ?

ig Said more pixels less life
( they say that with 8k )

Where did you get this information?

No, incorrect. Missing a 0. 40,000 hours currently. This will improve too...
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Where did you get this information?

No, incorrect. Missing a 0. 40,000 hours currently. This will improve too...
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I understand that life of OLED 4000 hours ?
I understand correctly ?

ig Said more pixels less life
( they say that with 8k )
Yes the time you need to bring the TV home.
Go to the Samsung threads.
There is a lot of talking about the new tech called LED and the newer one called QLED.
The only difference with OLED is (and this makes it better) that O in the OLED misses one piece.
If it had it would become a full Q like Samsung's.
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Where did you get this information?

No, incorrect. Missing a 0. 40,000 hours currently. This will improve too...
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Assuming you actually read that whole thread, you should have realized that only the OP believes that "4000 hr" number, and that the general consensus is that it is far too early to call it officially either way.

Ya know, if OLED was a Sony technology I would swear these anti-OLED "trends" were coming from North Korea.
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Linking to a closed thread that was closed partly because of that poster's incredible misinformation is not exactly 'informative'.
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Closing that thread clearly wasn't enough...a deletion is also needed. 30k hours is the number I believe at this moment. 40k seems a bit generous at this early stage.
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