Originally Posted by BRAC
Wow...chill out buddy! Why did you even bother posting here? You had to know people would ask these questions. Forget that I asked. Sheesh!FYI, Vincent Teoh always shows differences in brightness between high nit LCD’s and OLED’s in his videos.
BRAC, no need to make it personal.
BRAC, being you want to name drop Vincent, be very careful of using him to get your point across. It may not work in your favor.
I clearly said in my prior posts, "PQ in person, different from snapshots and videos. Calibrators mention this in their videos; don't judge PQ by our videos."
Why can't you accept that with out debating semantics (PQ vs brightness, lumen, nits, etc which are all under the umbrella).
Being you value Vincent, maybe you'll now acknowledge my PQ in person sentence, because in an indirect way, I was referring to Vincent as the calibrator.
Youtube, HDTVtest, OLED vs QLED 2019 (LG C9 v Samsung Q90R), 0.50-1.08 Vincent says:
"What you’re seeing on youtube may not truly represent what I’m actually seeing. So pls do not make any judgement on PQ based on what you see in this video alone. Between you and me, I’m the only one who have set down directly in front of these televisions, comparing them side by side. So pls pls listen to what I say"
Fellow AVS enthusiasts who are following this thread:
I posted here to share what my findings are between the Z9G and C9 once I've had time to do that. What I didn't or don't look forward to is semantic comments and attitude from people because I don't do what they impose on me to do. When people ask each other if they will do this or that, please don't make it personal if they don't want to do it, especially when they explain the reason why.
Most people put more stock in what the Youtube calibrator says versus what the tv picture looks like behind him. Vincent says that, Value Electronics Shoot-out explains that at the being of the shoot-out. I'm saying the same thing. I'll write up my findings, which will be more accurate then, posting photos where too many variables are part of the mix. Another way to look at this is to read reviews where the author doesn't post photos.
Please, play nice, or I'll simply remove my posts and keep my findings to myself. Most likely the moderators will step in before that happens.
Thank you for your understanding.