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well funny you should mention that if its a conjoined house the meeting wells need to be double studded 2 x 6s with inslattion and 2 layers of drywall on each side of the conjoining homes as per fire regulations giving you a one hour MIN Burn time before it reaches the other side

AGAIN you guys are at the point of arguing about a product that doesnt exist and B its opitcial there is no power going threw it. I never said optical with inwall power. i just said optical between the av box and the tv. Thats jesus claim down its ok. reallly
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What if there is a house attached to your house? That is how many people live. When you wall mount a TV on the prefered wall in lots of such houses the neighbors can hear every word/sound of your TV. So in lots of cases it is just not practical to wall mount your TV.

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well funny you should mention that if its a conjoined house the meeting wells need to be double studded 2 x 6s with inslattion and 2 layers of drywall on each side of the conjoining homes as per fire regulations giving you a one hour MIN Burn time before it reaches the other side

AGAIN you guys are at the point of arguing about a product that doesnt exist and B its opitcial there is no power going threw it. I never said optical with inwall power. i just said optical between the av box and the tv. Thats jesus claim down its ok. reallly
too fuuny but some legitimate points on both sides of the argument also and note that any condo or really nice ,renovated and in a nice gentrified area brownstone or Victorian or bungalow with conjoined or too close walls re : the city out here for the Victorians will maybe have plausible sound insulation that all that imply's and the Bungalow ,Victorian and brownstone plaster and lath walls do all that very well more than some folks can possibly imagine and then some anyway ,trust me I lived in all of those , nice ones too .

I owned a gentrified craftsman trimmed ,nice hardwood floor and tile kitchen counter and bath floors and bath wainscoting ,& shower w/ a re finisherd old school cast iron tub & shower and 1954 renovated Wedgwood gas 2 oven range and griddle in a 1922 California bungalow like that in the hills in Berkeley Calif worth a small fortune and more now . Nice house with modern HVAC ,electrical and so on.

This house is an elaborate 1946 recently renovated -updated custom California rancher with another 2 bdrm /sun room /storage /separate workshop out back on one acre and built far better than any stud and drywall suburban tract homes I owned and or remolded end to end while I had them ,

trust me *real remodel is when you find out how a home is built if it doeesent fall down first


Modern stud and drywall is the lowest common denominator residential wall denominator anyway no matter how you texture it but plaster cracks and it happens in any plaster and lath home but usually not hard to keep after below a high ceiling . .

I have friends with modern upscale condos including skyscraper condos that are plausibly built nice fixtures ,trimmed and sound insulated but an external decoding 5.1 /7.1 would be on in here like it is now for the TV

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a tv with an external box doesnt by sony in the a1e series doesnt exist not the tv itself.
Who says for 100% for sure the TV will exist? That's what I am saying. You know how many products have been shown at CES and never come out. Panasonic has shown OLED for 5 years, not one unit has hit the US market. Samsung produced OLED for one month, then closed there OLED plant........ With all this said I hope Sony makes an OLED as we are a Sony dealer Products do change to, who knows what adjustments may be made before unit hits production including the whole stand idea.
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Who says for 100% for sure the TV will exist? That's what I am saying. You know how many products have been shown at CES and never come out. Panasonic has shown OLED for 5 years, not one unit has hit the US market. Samsung produced OLED for one month, then closed there OLED plant........ With all this said I hope Sony makes an OLED as we are a Sony dealer Products do change to, who knows what adjustments may be made before unit hits production including the whole stand idea.
As for Panasonic, they also released a souped up FALD last year in the EU that never came to the US. They haven't brought *any* flagships here since they divested of plasma, and I'm going to predict right now that they never will.

Samsung's RGB OLED woes are also easily explained. What works for phones does not easily scale for TVs using the RGB patterning method, not without pricing the ensuing product into the stratosphere. As soon as Samjunk admitted this fact, they had their marketing gurus turn on the FUD while they tried to polish the LCD turd for the next 4 years (and counting) and create more FUD about LG's tech.

Sony actively brings out flagships every year! Out of these three entities, they are the most likely to live up to releasing an OLED this year. Here are the two reasons why: They have no qualms with doing business with LG (unlike Samsung), and they continue to bring their best display products to the US market year in and year out. If they don't release these TVs domestically in at least smallish numbers, I'll eat my shoe. Also, if they don't, it will tell me their fiscal situation is much worse than we've been led to believe.
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If true ,be that as it may note the Plasma TV makers and everybody and some folks here at AVS said all that about late model Plasma TV and it is wholly untrue, they can burn
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OK, *some* people did make such plasma claims (I was not one), but I implore you to find a single owner who has suffered burn-in on the 2015 or 2016 models. This points to the rarity and the difficulty in making it happen.
My bad but I would have bought it for where it is anyway and its still good here .


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The OLED constipation <sic> cycle thing begs for an argument for me not to buy an OLED for *my uses or wall mount up a 40" 50" LCD panel in here aside from a new OLED on the vesa mount for the Sony X850C in here and use the LCD for the business >static image use duty cycle and use an OLED for the casual content and eye candy stuff .


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[/B]I have no qualms with that...in fact, news feeds and stock tickers seems like a waste of an OLED.
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right and the talking heads too but maybe not the usual hot babes so much


What if they come out with a wholly better OLED or something pixel emmissive or sub pixcel emmissive or molecular emmissive in 2018 or 2019 and so on ,they always come out with something better maybe just not year by year.

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Sure, but a demonstration will be needed before something like that has any hopes of being commercialized. I had been waiting for zero blacks ever since experiencing the Kuro, so I jumped on the first generation WOLED in 2014 since it was the first to fall from the stratosphere. Three years later, and with it only having seen further refinement, the only tech on the distant horizon that has an ice water in hell's chance of competing is bonafide QLED.
if you mean OLED then yes .......OTOH I dont know much about the new Samsung megawatt back light LCD DCI color monster

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Philip Jones, product technology manager at Sony Electronics. Here the sales technique train-the-trainer demo's how to sell a TV..

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Uhmmm..."able to purchase from retailers this year" doesn't sound anytime soon. The tilt doesn't look so bad on the video.

I was so happy without HDR...
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............ The tilt doesn't look so bad on the video.
I was thinking just the opposite.
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Yeah, I'm with Aaron on this one, the tilt in the video looks worse than I originally thought.

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2016 numbers look like I can have something like a Sony or LG OLED or megawatt Sony LCD or the new megawatt Samung QLED from the pocket lint outta the 2016 numbers, all that was better than I expected also tax implication wise.

Preliminary Delima may be OLED and an 4K SDR LCD in here for emmission screen burning day business /news TV use or just a new megawatt LCD for all that and my hires eye candy media drive and other source ent. TV content , IPTV up to HDR , media drives and so on

Cant see how the 2015 55" Sony X850C and another 55"-65" panel can be in the proximity I need .

A second 40-42" LCD is plausible and so is another hires but maybe widescreen PC monitor up scaling 1080i or native D*TV like this X850C out with an alternate audio path for external decoding which I would use anyway just on another Sony ES AVR S/PDI in.

Need to at least view anything to buy in the stores a few times after reading the usual TV set rubbish on the web .

Recently firmware upgraded (2 updates ) to plausible HDR Sony XBR X850C ain't no slouch anyway it's just not the best of the best brands.

Anythings going to be on walls like this one even when I replace the 6 yr old modest not expensive staples type executive type office furnishings in here soon for something that doesn't bore me ,and a new top grain leather executive high back chair .probably expensive and all much better than what I have now and maybe another configuration.

No silly tilting TV or ghetto table top stands in here but some of the *better elevated vesa mount TV stands with the better furniture arrangements below it don't look bad but thats not what I'm looking for .

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In my case, any non-adjustable tilt is not preferred, especially a tilt that could reflect from above with a ceiling fan on a vaulted ceiling fan!

This display would have to be wall mounted for my installation.
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RE: Sony OLED ,
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Who says for 100% for sure the TV will exist?

Right the auto makers either don't make the prototype road show bling mules or wholly change and de-content them to pedestrian rubbish by comparison to the road show bling .


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video_analysis As for Panasonic, they also released a souped up FALD last year in the EU that never came to the US. They haven't brought *any* flagships here since they divested of plasma, and I'm going to predict right now that they never will.
I read they are mulling that around and US regulatory requirements should still be in thier wheel house but all the other stuff costs money too and everyone got ther beaks open just to get the product on the US shelf

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Samsung's RGB OLED woes are also easily explained.
Yea maybe besides the wrong large panel OLED tech to be affordable they cheap and never managed an affordable OLED large TV panel or a non flammable range topping phone debut lately anyway ,



More on affordable OLED TV Panels ,neither can Sony the Sony Pro Studio |Sony Trimaster 55" With the Sony RGB OLED panels cost more than a well optioned new automobile


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Sony actively brings out flagships every year! If they don't release these TVs domestically in at least smallish numbers, I'll eat my shoe.



In 2013-2014 Sony made a lot of rubbish end to end not up to the usual Sony Bravia or XBR standards I think one or more of the $$$ range topper TV's and more had LGD IPS panels .

You cant make good LCD minimum black levels with processing or IPS FALD | black LCD is wholly not an additive LCD panel color it is absence of light on an LCD panel or maybe you need a billion FALD dimming LED to do good black on all that [B]

I had a 2013 6 to 8 bit +frc rubbish dither panel Sony Bravia TV that couldn't make accurate color or get bright .

This decent Sony XBR X850C HDR replaced it in here after 13 mo,

Should have known better to slum it with a cheap Bravia 1080p I always buy XBR and Sony ES anyway but IPS panel Sony XBR ain't my thing either \

Better 2013 -2004 Sony were panels defect ridden and otherwise over priced rubbish IMO compared to 2015 product and thats just the product comparison


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I read they are mulling that around and US regulatory requirements should be in thier wheel house but all the other stuff costs money too and everyone got ther beaks open just to get the product on the US shelf


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video_analysis Sony actively brings out flagships every year!
Also, if they don't, it will tell me their fiscal situation is much worse than we've been led to believe
Sony TV is not a Sony inc (SNE) division anymore its a restructured much better managed and much more nimble to the market demands Sony inc,owned Sony TV subsidiary now on a significant upward trend from 2014 financially and product wise also re: my 2015 XBR X850C (now finally HDR) and so on


OTOH that may be a logical assumption

Sony milked out out that unimpressive Sony W900B monstrosity for well over two years if I remember correctly I looked at that monstrosity and walked out with a much better Samsung 1080p 64f8500 plasma, they replaced it with the 4K another dumbo eared X900B monstrosity that will never see HDR so its worthless as range topping product now like it was then anyway or anything I would buy then or now for that money and my 648500 takes it to school anyway and probably my HDR X850C now can do that schooling the 2014, Sony 4K dumbo ears too vis a vis new HDR firmware .

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RE: Sony OLED ,



Right the auto makers either don't make the prototype road show bling mules or wholly change and de-content them to pedestrian rubbish by comparison to the road show bling .

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In 2013-2014 Sony made a lot of rubbish end to end
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There it is. You had two prior posts without saying "Rubbish".
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Just this holiday season LG sold out of almost all OLED's. Very close.....lol. I wonder if they even have the capabilities to supply Sony with no shortages thru the whole year.
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RE: Sony OLED ,



Right the auto makers either don't make the prototype road show bling mules or wholly change and de-content them to pedestrian rubbish by comparison to the road show bling .




I read they are mulling that around and US regulatory requirements should still be in thier wheel house but all the other stuff costs money too and everyone got ther beaks open just to get the product on the US shelf



Yea maybe besides the wrong large panel OLED tech to be affordable they cheap and never managed an affordable OLED large TV panel or a non flammable range topping phone debut lately anyway ,



More on affordable OLED TV Panels ,neither can Sony the Sony Pro Studio |Sony Trimaster 55" With the Sony RGB OLED panels cost more than a well optioned new automobile







In 2013-2014 Sony made a lot of rubbish end to end not up to the usual Sony Bravia or XBR standards I think one or more of the $$$ range topper TV's and more had LGD IPS panels .

You cant make good LCD minimum black levels with processing or IPS FALD | black LCD is wholly not an additive LCD panel color it is absence of light on an LCD panel or maybe you need a billion FALD dimming LED to do good black on all that [B]

I had a 2013 6 to 8 bit +frc rubbish dither panel Sony Bravia TV that couldn't make accurate color or get bright .

This decent Sony XBR X850C HDR replaced it in here after 13 mo,

Should have known better to slum it with a cheap Bravia 1080p I always buy XBR and Sony ES anyway but IPS panel Sony XBR ain't my thing either \

Better 2013 -2004 Sony were panels defect ridden and otherwise over priced rubbish IMO compared to 2015 product and thats just the product comparison




I read they are mulling that around and US regulatory requirements should be in thier wheel house but all the other stuff costs money too and everyone got ther beaks open just to get the product on the US shelf




Sony TV is not a Sony inc (SNE) division anymore its a restructured much better managed and much more nimble to the market demands Sony inc,owned Sony TV subsidiary now on a significant upward trend from 2014 financially and product wise also re: my 2015 XBR X850C (now finally HDR) and so on


OTOH that may be a logical assumption

Sony milked out out that unimpressive Sony W900B monstrosity for well over two years if I remember correctly I looked at that monstrosity and walked out with a much better Samsung 1080p 64f8500 plasma, they replaced it with the 4K another dumbo eared X900B monstrosity that will never see HDR so its worthless as range topping product now like it was then anyway or anything I would buy then or now for that money and my 648500 takes it to school anyway and probably my HDR X850C now too vis a vis new HDR firmware .

ffs why do your posts need to be so long??
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Just this holiday season LG sold out of almost all OLED's. Very close.....lol. I wonder if they even have the capabilities to supply Sony with no shortages thru the whole year.
They apparently only have a quota of 100,000 for 2017.

LG Display has stated they plan to manufacture 1.7M OLED panels this year, so Sony's allocation is less than 6% of LGDs 2017 production.

Shouldn't be a problem...
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There it is. You had two prior posts without saying "Rubbish".
Which seemed unusual.
This could be temporary language enjoy it while you can

That's only because I wasn't talking about the rubbish 2013 1080p Somy Bravia I still own (but not in here anymore ) and 2013 -2014 Sony XBR overpriced in 2014 rubbish and the other brands rubbish which my Sony XBR - X850C ,maybe Sony X850D and surely X930D and up & big dog Pioneer are NOT

Speaking of Pioneer maybe if that range topping dual LCD cell aka = (+ dedicated LCD cell) to block light passing for deep absence of light LCD blacks maybe at the pixel level might be with a megawatt back light a significant LCD breakthrough once they shake the variables out .

I read it has the lowest LCD blacks on the planet anyway

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They apparently only have a quota of 100,000 for 2017.

LG Display has stated they plan to manufacture 1.7M OLED panels this year, so Sony's allocation is less than 6% of LGDs 2017 production.

Shouldn't be a problem...
A Sony rep at CES mentioned they will try their best to launch the OLEDs before year end. I understand this as not having the sets available at the dealers before September 2017. With 100000 units for 2017, they will have 3 months to unload it, not the full year. Perhaps Chris from Cleveland can give-us a better estimate.

I was so happy without HDR...
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[QUOTE=losservatore;49826897]Really?


what is so impresive about the logo? The logo on LG oled is as small
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What are you talking about? Really..what?
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What are you talking about? Really..what?

Watch the videos and listen to what they say about the logo.

If the logo still there then what is so special about it?


Philip even went further ,He say we didn't even put a logo on it.

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I'd settle for less bold and blue text.
If you don't read them you wont care but I may get carried away with bold and blue for emphasis that is true , ,if I shorten them you may be happy but don't count on it depending on subject (especially if it is technical and I think I might know something even if I don't like usual compared to some of these folks .


PS if the rest of this informative post is too long ,I don't know what to tell ya that how it be sometimes

OR *if I get an 2017 LG or Sony OLED ,Z9D NIT Monster FALD or Samsung megawatt QLED with my 2016 market profit pocket lint money when they come out

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re : YT video link above


Right he can be a crack up , Linus ain't stupid either been subscribed to his YT channel for the PC get down for about a year now .


Just cast the linked video from this PC to my Sony 55X850C up on the wall in here nexzt <sic> to my PC desk .

TV has built in chromcast (crapcast *when it loads ) ,it's faster than switching to the PC Sony TV HDMI 1 > TV input and dragging the web browser window over if I want to watch a quick get down from the PC on the TV> in that and its faster than loading Android You Tube business in the TV and camping on that for the You Tube get down in the TV .

When you cast off the Crapcast web page or video get down it returns to what the TV was doing or does it on its own if you don't select some other web page ,video get down or rubbish to cast .



A HDMI Google cast dongle is pocket lint money and if you work or geek mindlessly (both) on the PC Like I do during the day next to the TV thats on its all good for moving something 2 click quick to the TV and resuming by default what the TV was doing before when you are done .

I'm not sure outside of TV Android Sony TV built in Google cast >>>> about that resume TV default with the Pocket lint money Chromcast /Google cast HDMI dongles .

Wonder what You Tube solid red looks like on a Sony OLED if they ever break out of road show bling to retail shelves.


This WCG Triliminous Sony X850C is the only LCD around here or *other TV's not above 8 bit limit LCD/LED * that can make decent saturated primary colors (other colors) or Coca Cola and Fire engine Red like a Plasma or OLED .


CCFL/ LCD panels did all that better than 8 bit limit LED panel anyway .

4K SDR 8 bit limit LED/LCD panels are yesterdays or budget play news but at 4K SDR with the usual 2160p + chroma bit and related upscaling factors over 1080p 8 bit limeted they can still be *quite improved OK (more color volume ) and not a bad play at all for many folks anyway .







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Maybe all that get down should be a one word emphasis thing with the blue and maybe not some much bold all that may be rude beyond that anyway .


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Watch the videos and listen to what they say about the logo.
Its kind of weird. Reviewers and even Sony folks saying there is a sony logo/there is no sony logo. Its that tiny

Philip Jones 1:08 ''we did not even put a logo on it'' One of his responsibilities at Sony is Product Information.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/philip-jones-333ab83

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Its kind of weird. Reviewers and even Sony folks saying there is a sony logo/there is no sony logo. Its that tiny

Philip Jones 1:08 ''we did not even put a logo on it'' One of his responsibilities at Sony is Product Information.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/philip-jones-333ab83


I like the display but I don't like when people use all this marketing talk ,even when I go to best buy I walk away when they come with exagerations.


still think that Samsung is the king of exagerations.
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A Sony rep at CES mentioned they will try their best to launch the OLEDs before year end. I understand this as not having the sets available at the dealers before September 2017. With 100000 units for 2017, they will have 3 months to unload it, not the full year. Perhaps Chris from Cleveland can give-us a better estimate.
Yeah, who knows what this ends up meaning.

One possibility is that Sony is getting 100,000 OLED panels throughout the fiscal year, many possibly getting stored in inventory prior to launch.

Another possibility is that the 100,000 is for a 12-month period starting later this year - that would undoubtedly mean fewer than 100,000 available by the Holidays...

In any case, it's pretty certain that Sony will have at most 100,000 OLED TVs to sell in 2017 .
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Its kind of weird. Reviewers and even Sony folks saying there is a sony logo/there is no sony logo. Its that tiny

Philip Jones 1:08 ''we did not even put a logo on it'' One of his responsibilities at Sony is Product Information.
MY Somy XBR X850C has the usual Sony Logo on the thicker of 4 Bottom satin black precision fit and finish maybe metal bezels above the 1951 "Day the Earth Stood Still" Sci Fi flick Gort Ray Humanoid robot light below it .

It has extremely ,tiny gold tone Bravia and XBR logo's on two ends of the much thinner top bezel .


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Yeah, who knows what this ends up meaning.

One possibility is that Sony is getting 100,000 OLED panels throughout the fiscal year, many possibly getting stored in inventory prior to launch.

Another possibility is that the 100,000 is for a 12-month period starting later this year - that would undoubtedly mean fewer than 100,000 available by the Holidays...

In any case, it's pretty certain that Sony will have at most 100,000 OLED TVs to sell in 2017 .
Phillip Jones also mentioned last year that the 940D would have Android 6.0, still waiting!
Wonder if the sets that they showed were a prototype or an actual production model?

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