So far I've only watched content on the x940C via Vudu, as I still need to hook up my blu-ray player and Tivo. I bought American Sniper on Blu-Ray when I picked up the TV and will give it a go tonight,
My first impression, I'm not blown away like I was when I got the LG EC9300. Yeah the local dimming works, on moving content. On splash screens it appears to have no effect, same when a screen saver is running. I always love watching the little Vudu logo bounce around on my pitch black OLED. How big of a deal is that really? To most people it wouldn't be a big deal at all, but to an OLED owner it likely will be (and is for me) an annoyance.
The speakers do bug me, but not in the way I thought they would. I thought I'd see reflections in them. I don't, it just looks like my TV has black bars on the right and left. It doesn't feel as immersive as when the screen goes all the way to the edge. The sound is decent, but nothing great. I have to crank it to 90 to hear "The Hobbit" (I'm 8 feet away) which I watched for a ten minutes or so via Vudu. I cant imagine someone owning a set like this and using the built in speakers, unless you live in an apartment and need to keep the sound levels low. The eye zoom sequence of the lion during the MGM intro makes good use of the FALD. I'll post an update tomorrow once I watch some blu-ray content tonight.
Sony XBR-75Z9D + Samsung 78JS9500 + LG 65OLEDC6P + 55EC9300 + 55EA8800 OLED
Denon X5200W + Integral + Oppo BDP-103D
MartinLogan Motion 60XT/50XT/FX/FX2/4 + Seaton Submersive HP+
Denon X6300h + Oppo BDP-103D + Xbox One S
Monitor Audio Silver 10's + Silver Center + CP-CT380's + 2x HSU ULS-15 MK2
3.1 MartinLogan Motion 40/30 + Rhythmik FV15HP + Yamaha RX-A3000 + Oppo BDP-103D