Originally Posted by Kalpesh
We all do agree over a point that OLED can truly create best lack levels and images look pop due to infinite contrast ration but at the cost of poor shadow details.
1.QLED can produce better colors than OLED(As shown in the video better color volume).
2.No loss in shadow detail.
3.Much much brighter display compare to OLED(~1500-2100nits).
4.OLED panels degrade faster and nonuniformly/inconsistently unlike QLED.
5.No banding issues in QLED( Vertical bandings will be more visible over the time in OLED).
6.Most importantly "Zero risk of BURN-IN/Image Retention"(Most and the worst fact about OLED).
7.QLED panels have better motion(stutter/strobing free motion)
OLED tech is good if you plan to use it for 2-3 yrs but most of the middle class families cant afford to invest 3000-4000$ in a TV that will last for such a short time. QLED TVs can go longer without having such defects. probably that is why Samsung is producing "OD-OLED" displays that will it market within next 2 yrs.
Although shadow detail on my E6 isnt world class I was able to tease out better performance using some settings adjustments. All other PQ characteristics are just fabulous though. The brightness advantage the LCDs have isnt as big of a seller for home theater enthusiasts as you'd think. Eye-scorchng brightness is great for demos but usually not very useful in real world use cases, IMO.
My set has no banding but I understand that some do.
Although around here its made out that burn-in happens to like everyone, real-world data says its still very rare and tends to affect those that use the TVs in ways that a theater/video hobbyist would likely avoid like heavy gaming, news channels for 6 hours a day, torch mode settings, etc, etc.
Motion handling is subjective but I do prefer the way my KURO handled motion. Still, my set is OK with me.
Colors? What are we up to these days? Eleventy billion trillion Seven hundred and eighty million? Im calling "whatever" on that one.
Oh and lets not forget that LCDs still have many of the same issues that caused us plasma guys to gravitate to OLED. Like blooming, still NOT as good blacks, viewing angle problems, overall contrast is still lower than OLED, etc, etc. Now, Ill admit that the absolute top model LCDs like the Sammy Q90R, Maybe the Z9's from Sony and possibly a few others are very good performers. Ive even considered them as possible upgrades from my 65" E6 someday since I can get them in 82" or 85". But, I fear the issues I mentioned which have not been eradicated completely. The reviews still call this stuff out. And to get decent viewing angles they have to lay something over the screen that on the Sony at least is a contrast killer. It always requires digital witchcraft to get LCDs to be good dark room performers(and they still dont quite cut it) and us movie-watchers cant have that. Thats my 3 cents on the whole thing. Oh yeah - my set has reference quality 3D too.