Originally Posted by bluemoon737
If you are not satisfied, why didn't you just return it? Just curious...
This is a question I'm continuing to ask myself as my return window counts down. It 's likely because I've already returned one display while shopping for my gaming room TV.
To be fair, it does a lot right. Apart from the black level and blooming, the picture quality is quite good out of the box. While comparison shopping, it was the natural look of the image that was the deciding factor when viewed literally side-by-side with the display I had previously been considering. The input lag is more than acceptible, and the motion is great. On top of that, I'm ecstatic with the quality of the panel I've received. After going through the lottery with my LG C7 in the living room and still
having to settle for a panel with terrible near-black banding, getting a pristine LCD panel for my gaming display, essentially free from DSE, without any dead pixels, and no vignetting to speak of, was a feels like a real win. I'm loathe to play the panel lottery again. Lastly, this TV passes 5.1 audio from my Win10 PC via HDMI to my non-eARC 5.1 sound bar, which is something the Q6fn it replaced could not do, and the there's little-to-no AV sync issues with any of my sources; a huge problem I had with the Q6fn.
I'm obviously still on the fence. I do like
my 950G, even if I'm not 100% happy with it. That said, if I could do better on the black levels and blooming, with a panel of similar overall quality, and maintain the 5.1 PC pass through I have now, I would probably exchange. I just cant shake the feeling that I chose poorly when buying a TV specifically for gaming, and not buying the one that has the better features for gaming.
That's probably what it all comes down to.