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Yea most likely! I sometimes forget to turn my TV off before I go to sleep though but have made it a habit to have the turn off TV after some amount of hours! Would it be fine with that?

They posted one made in Mexico at a higher price! Is this all BS?
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Has anyone here gone from a FALD set such as the new Vizio P series to the EG9100? I am still debating on whether I am going to dish out 400$ more than what I bought the P55 Vizio for. With all the near black issues, and vignetting it doesn't seem to be worth the extra price tag. I know they are slides but with that much banding or vignetting or both it will be noticeable in regular content.

Also I see alto of talk about what the best serial number is...what is the best serial number to get? or is that all jibber jabber?
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I went from a Fald flagship Js9500 to the 9100. Contrast wise depth of picture there is no comparison. Not everybody cares tho. If are thinking this hard about it you should probably just get the vizio.

Fald is a nice technology but it just can't compete in contrast ratio with an oled. As far as the "issues" very minor in the grand scheme of things imo.

The build date thing is mostly fud imo, lots of folks with older panels that are good.
I couldn't agree more. The slides exaggerate any potential problems. Besides after use most of these issues fade away to the point where you don't notice them anymore. I personally will never buy an LCD television as long as OLED exists.
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I couldn't agree more. The slides exaggerate any potential problems. Besides after use most of these issues fade away to the point where you don't notice them anymore. I personally will never buy an LCD television as long as OLED exists.
I am with you there brother no Led for me ever again.
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I finally set up my new EG9100 and really like it! No major flaws that I can see, but I'm not extremely picky. Are there any recommended settings out there for a dim to moderately lit room? I'm using CNET's settings now and it looks pretty good, but I'm thinking it could be a bit better. I haven't had a chance to view in a dark room yet, I can't wait!
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I finally set up my new EG9100 and really like it! No major flaws that I can see, but I'm not extremely picky. Are there any recommended settings out there for a dim to moderately lit room? I'm using CNET's settings now and it looks pretty good, but I'm thinking it could be a bit better. I haven't had a chance to view in a dark room yet, I can't wait!
Rtings.com has settings and possibly Sound and Vision. In my opinion tho you are better off just setting brightness and contrast with a disc most settings don't transfer well from set to set.
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I finally set up my new EG9100 and really like it! No major flaws that I can see, but I'm not extremely picky. Are there any recommended settings out there for a dim to moderately lit room? I'm using CNET's settings now and it looks pretty good, but I'm thinking it could be a bit better. I haven't had a chance to view in a dark room yet, I can't wait!
Rtings.com has settings and possibly Sound and Vision. In my opinion tho you are better off just setting brightness and contrast with a disc most settings don't transfer well from set to set.

What calibration disc would you recommend! I haven't calibrated anything in a while and always went off with settings suggested by people and are you able to get to access the service menu this way?
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What calibration disc would you recommend! I haven't calibrated anything in a while and always went off with settings suggested by people and are you able to get to access the service menu this way?
Disney Wow is probably the most user friendly, Spears and Munsil.second edition is a good one but not as user friendly. Then there is Avs709 free to burn in the calibration forum .

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What calibration disc would you recommend! I haven't calibrated anything in a while and always went off with settings suggested by people and are you able to get to access the service menu this way?
Disney Wow is probably the most user friendly, Spears and Munsil.second edition is a good one but not as user friendly. Then there is Avs709 free to burn in the calibration forum .
Thanks! I recently read about those 3 actually and so I'll give them a try then! For the AVS709, do you need to burn into a Blu-ray disk? Are you able to put it in a USB drive and play it from there?
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Has anyone here gone from a FALD set such as the new Vizio P series to the EG9100? I am still debating on whether I am going to dish out 400$ more than what I bought the P55 Vizio for. With all the near black issues, and vignetting it doesn't seem to be worth the extra price tag. I know they are slides but with that much banding or vignetting or both it will be noticeable in regular content.

Also I see alto of talk about what the best serial number is...what is the best serial number to get? or is that all jibber jabber?
I would say the build numbers are probably jibber jabber but there's some merit to the near black and vignetting issues (it should be pointed out that some don't have these issues) so you'll have to decide what is the bigger sin, blooming, haloing, delayed dimming, limited viewing angles or the aforementioned OLED issues. And of course the P55 is a fully capable HDR display so that may be an issue depending on how long you plan to keep your display/television.

Also, the EG9100 on occasion can be had for $1300-$1400 from a couple of retailers via ebay. If interested start reading this tread backwards.
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Thanks! I recently read about those 3 actually and so I'll give them a try then! For the AVS709, do you need to burn into a Blu-ray disk? Are you able to put it in a USB drive and play it from there?
You can do a normal dvd if your player can play avc-hd or mp4 for a usb stick.

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I went from a Fald flagship Js9500 to the 9100. Contrast wise depth of picture there is no comparison. Not everybody cares tho. If are thinking this hard about it you should probably just get the vizio.

Fald is a nice technology but it just can't compete in contrast ratio with an oled. As far as the "issues" very minor in the grand scheme of things imo.

The build date thing is mostly fud imo, lots of folks with older panels that are good.
True. Well while watching my Vizio P55 today, the bottom left corner all of a sudden developed some terrible light bleed. Wasn't there before, and tho FALD helps mask it, it pops it's head out pretty apparently now.
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True. Well while watching my Vizio P55 today, the bottom left corner all of a sudden developed some terrible light bleed. Wasn't there before, and tho FALD helps mask it, it pops it's head out pretty apparently now.
I FALD and ips is good but not great. Fald and a va panel is much better imo

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I mounted the 9100 to my bedroom wall today. It replaced a 60" VT60 that I am moving to the living room.

Here are a few things I will say with the short time I've been using the 9100.

First off, so far, I am not missing my VT60. That alone is a huge statement coming from me. I will not say I like the 9100 more yet but I like it enough to not miss the VT60. All I have done so far is adjust a few of the basic settings. I lowered OLED to 60, turned sharpness and every noise/sharpness type setting off, turned off trumotion, raised the brightness to 54, and set the contrast to 75. I will calibrate it using a Spears and Munsil disc after I have a few more hours on it. Still with those simple adjustments it is putting up a very nice picture. I am impressed. I tried using trumotion but even with the recommended settings of 2/10, to me, it is obvious and distracting. I think motion looks just fine with it off. I have been watching the Red Sox and the Miami Heat games and motion looks good to me.

I mounted it using the LG mount. It does the job but after seeing it I know I could have used a more conventional mount with a few spacers. I prefer a simple tilt mount but the OTW150 works well. I was able to lock the tilt level in but the side to side movement is too easily adjusted. If I barely touch the joystick I can accidentally move the tv slightly. Maybe there is something else I can tighten down to help reduce that. I will look at it again. The instructions are extremely vague.

The one thing I don't like is the curve. It doesn't look bad when I am watching it and since this is in a bedroom the viewing angle isn't an issue. The main reason I don't like the curve is being able to see behind the tv more, lol. A very minor issue but if there was a flat 9100 version I would have been happier with that. Having such a thin profile but the sides are ~4.5 inches away from the wall at the bottom looks odd. It is even further away from the wall at the top since I have it tilted down slightly. If you don't mount it this won't be an issue and to be honest it really isn't an issue. I just would prefer it to be flat.

I haven't put up slides yet to see if I have any issues with uniformity or vignetting. In normal programming I haven't noticed any issues. I did see a few almost complete full screen white shots and I didn't seen any obvious tinting. If I do have any it appears to be minimal and not noticeable. I will post more on this once I calibrate it.

Overall I am very happy. Especially since I got in on the Buydig $1300 deal.
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This TV enhances pixelation problems from my Comcast signal makes it look not so good. Does better with high quality signal.
Even on high-quality signal I see pixel structure on gray and bright backgrounds the only real problem with this TV I face. unfortunately it's bothering me to no small degree

Here is a photo of what i mean shown as white dots. When playing white dots appear shimmering. I wonder does this affect all panels and some more than others? Another issue i have is when camera is panning from side to side i see vertical banding. I'm not sure if banding is the correct term but I see vertical line structure when image is moving side to side. Fortunately it's only visible with bright or light backgrounds.
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I finally set up my new EG9100 and really like it! No major flaws that I can see, but I'm not extremely picky. Are there any recommended settings out there for a dim to moderately lit room? I'm using CNET's settings now and it looks pretty good, but I'm thinking it could be a bit better. I haven't had a chance to view in a dark room yet, I can't wait!
Im using rtings settings for now. Looks better than default cinema setting to me which also looks good. I plan on adjusting the white balance settings that rtings post and then comparing that on Expert 1 and 2 with white adjustments on and off and comparing. I agree cnet settings were too dark. Note cnet uses gamma 2.4 while rtings leaves gamma at 2.2 rtings settings:

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/eg9100/settings
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This is probably a stretch, but anyone in Maryland/DC area that has experience with the LG authorized repair centers?

Authorized service center: Advance Video Inc.
Phone: 410-494-7195

Authorized service center: PRECISION ELECTRONICS, INC.
Phone: 410-252-2020

Authorized service center: A1 T.V. SALES AND SERVICE, L.L.C.
Phone: 301-593-7676

First two have very few ratings and the third one has yelp ratings claiming the owner yells at his customers to the point the reviewer feared for her safety. Such a crap shoot
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The deal is back up on ebay(adorama), along with the 65 and 55EF9500 heavily discounted
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I FALD and ips is good but not great. Fald and a va panel is much better imo
Yea its actually pretty impressive what Vizio, yes Vizio, did with the IPS panel. Looks pretty good with the right content, and I must say if you ever need another TV to satisfy your HDR, DV hunger, grab the P50. As for me I am going to return the P55 and see if I can score a deal on the OLED. The upcoming B6 is still going to be 4K$ and the E6 right now is just too much money for a 55". So I'm kind of in a pickle because I could wait a few months and see where the E6 land in price for the 55" and just grab the P50 for 999$ to hold me over. Don't get me wrong I don't have money to fling around like that but its one solution for the time being.

I am coming from a ZT60 plasma that I haven't had now for about a year and have been shopping since, my little 32" Samsung from 10 years ago filled the spot lol, its so sad. The only real option is OLED as far as an actual upgrade goes. And from the looks of it the EG9100 though 1080p, seems to deliver a better PQ than any 4K TV. HDR, DV are nice but IMO are limited by LED tech because of viewing angles and blacks. Honestly was a little hesitant about coming into this forum and mentioning what I currently have, sometimes AVS can be like middle school bullies lol.

Thanks for your help guys, if you don't mind I would like to keep up with this thread and maybe the next time I post it will be for some advice on what to play first.

Oh yea...almost forgot!! Does this set stream 4k? If I'm not mistaken I believe I saw this discussion at some point, though it is not 4K obviously, but was able to decode 4k streaming?
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Anyone know if Best Buy will match Buydig or Cleveland Plasma? I am an Elite Plus member and though I can have the EG9100 for less elsewhere, it doesn't beat having a 45 day return window.
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Anyone know if Best Buy will match Buydig or Cleveland Plasma? I am an Elite Plus member and though I can have the EG9100 for less elsewhere, it doesn't beat having a 45 day return window.
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I doubt it as well,

$3100 or so for 65" is really crazy!

But still not yet in the market for a 65" and 3k is still a lot for me to spend on a set,

Loving my 9300, all the time. Great to take a breather from watching tv too and pop a blu Ray and be wow'd like I just got the tv yesterday
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I doubt it as well,

$3100 or so for 65" is really crazy!

But still not yet in the market for a 65" and 3k is still a lot for me to spend on a set,

Loving my 9300, all the time. Great to take a breather from watching tv too and pop a blu Ray and be wow'd like I just got the tv yesterday
I would jump on that deal if I could

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Even though I have no gripes with LG especially after exposure to the OLED world, I hope by the time I get 65" OLED that I get one from like Panasonic, or Sony, Sony would be cool (or Samsung perhaps..)

And also for price to be around 1k. I know it will be seemingly an eternity, but I can wait
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Even though I have no gripes with LG especially after exposure to the OLED world, I hope by the time I get 65" OLED that I get one from like Panasonic, or Sony, Sony would be cool (or Samsung perhaps..)

And also for price to be around 1k. I know it will be seemingly an eternity, but I can wait
You will be waiting a while for that price point I think. I doubt if Panasonic would ever offer a budget model but you never know.

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Mid-1k ish would be my comfort level, not MSRP of course but maybe through some crazy deal

My unrealistic expectations are on par with how much I'm on the market for a tv- I'm not

Also don't want to deal with the fear of QC after one funky 9100 open box set and seeing reports of this and that, overblown or not.

My 9300 is king
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People have had good success purchasing from adorama via ebay here right?

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Just ordered it from adorama via ebay im excited and a little nervous lol but that deal is incredible!

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Yeah I haven't used them but have indeed heard good things,

Would buy from them with confidence
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If someone has the extra funds the 65, I would jump on it immediately. If you get a bum unit, use the warranty. And if they cant fix it.......boom, you just scored yourself a E6 for $3200.

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If someone has the extra funds the 65, I would jump on it immediately. If you get a bum unit, use the warranty. And if they cant fix it.......boom, you just scored yourself a E6 for $3200.
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