sure the blacks are black but in a daytime or low lit viewing even my new Sony 55" W9 with Quantum Dots seems to have super blacks.
Y:0.033 to be exact
so whats the deal with this new OLED tvs?
oversaturated like hell(Adobe RGB Gamut on SRGB content) in demo mode with colors colors everywhere to get the buyers attention.
also the colors pop more with reflections everywhere on the display in the strongly lighted stores.
+ a tad more microcontrast thats only is just a micro difference compared to the new LEDs
but once you get home and get calibrated SRGB colors and watch some blu-rays
i doubt i will see any difference in daytime/low light viewing?
For a person that mostly watch his movies in a pitch dark room.
ok it should be a great difference.
but not for me
even an OLED screen doesnt look great with no ambient light in the room.
not even my S4.
You need some ambientlight and you need some reflections on the screen to make the colors pop even more.
every glasspanel looks more black if it has reflections on it.
thats why i hate matted displays btw.
they never look black enough.
hasnt the Samsung OLED poor peak brightness?
i think i read it somewhere.
only 200cd/m2 or something
thats low compared to the new LEDs that often has around 300cd/m2
so whats the hype all about?
i dont get it
its cheaper to buy 3-4 lamps in the room to get good ambient light.
suddenly you cant see any difference in blacklevel against an OLED and a new flagship LED TV.
thank you LED Lamps..you saved me a fortune
Edited by pg_ice - 10/1/13 at 10:45pm