Originally Posted by cag3413
Does Lg do panel lotteries like Samsung? So if I buy this from Best buy how do I know by looking at the box if the tv panel is an Lg so I make sure I get a 10 bit panel. Like Samsung Uses TS or TH for marking their panels. What is Lg's panel numbers. I have to buy this now that it is 2999 at Best Buy. Also I read that you need a 9500 built September or later why is that?
They are all 10 bit.
Originally Posted by DavenLei
So I just pulled the trigger on a 65ef9500 and will have it delivered next week. I almost pulled the trigger on a 75" LCD Sony LCD but the image quality, color saturation and black levels were soooo much better on the OLED.
With that, I have three questions.
1) want to confirm this unit can do HDR. I read both ways but am 99% sure it can.
2) since the pixels are self illuminating, is there a chance for burn in with regular use (mixed TV, movie and gaming)?
3) what is the longevity of the pixels maintaining their brightness over time?
When I saw the OLED screens when I was at CES four years ago I knew I will get one someday!
Thanks and very excited to join the OLED crowd.
1- yes it does HDR
2- have not seen any reports from owners from eg9600/ef9500 Oleds.
3- I wouldn't worry about it, longevity is a long time.
Originally Posted by TheLoveone
Very tempted to jump in on this deal. Problem is I don't want the headache of the free 49" TV. I have no need for it and don't want to go through the hassle of selling it.
That's the first time I ever heard anyone complain about getting a free tv, lol give it to a relative or friend.
Originally Posted by nunyabiziz
I read the manual and it looks like a LG mount designed for this model is needed. Not standard VESA measurement. If someone else can please confirm this.
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It is specific to OLED.
Media room- 65" Panasonic FZ950 OLED, Pioneer Elite VSX-90, Panasonic UBD-820 4K, Klipsch Gallery G28's, Klipsch Sub 12, Klipsch RS-52 II, Optik HD cable
Living room- Sony 4K 79XBRX900B, Onkyo RC-360,HTPC,Klipsch Reference R-62II,Rc52II,PS4
Gaming room -Panasonic ST60, PS3, Wii