Originally Posted by eclipsegt
When you have the time, can you please post links to the reviews for this TV? From my understanding, everyone who has seen this TV says the PQ is fantastic. One guy on this thread said the PQ on the display model at CES was almost as good as the OLED. There have also been plenty of previews on many different sites (Cnet, televisioninfo, ect.) that have also said that the LM9600 was great.
What you are posting is worrying me. Originaly, I was planning to get either the ES8000 or the LM9600. After reading through the ES8000 forum, it seems that most ES8000 owners are not satisfied with the ES8000. This narrowed it down to just the LM9600, which I have heard nothing but great things about...until now.
I really hope TV manufacturers have not traded PQ for faster "smart TV" features.
This was calibrated completed by an AVSForum member who is a registered and recognised THX Certified Calibrator. It was a very very poor tv to calibrate and got no where near 709 reference very poor coulour and too low luminance.http://forum.realhd.co.kr/xe/lcd/4582
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This thread is where it was located.http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...1371877&page=4
The other forum members of the 7600 (about 2 threads above this one currently) have replaced numerous sets due to back light issues, uniformity, banding, bleeding, torchlighting etc...
Also 6700 users have experience same issue. Many returned those sets too.
I no say they all bad tv, But as LG say same tech, same panel, same specs and same hardware (with costs cutting features such as reduce dimming blocks) and now we see return of 2011 issues!
I think they look great but are a complete fabrication of the real intention which is to fleece users quickly with pretty device and move onto OLED, otherwise we would have see NEW tech for 2012 not REHASH!
I not say all are are bad, I feel though that this tv is not what we are led to believe. Good tv yea, fine tv yea... But no great tv as price would suggest.
Buy with caution and really think about what you spend thousands of euros/dollars on.