Originally Posted by Dabois09
I'm not belittling anyone - I'm simply saying that there's likely more to the input lag difference than you guys are saying. As far as processors being negligible when it comes to picture quality again I disagree. Difference between VT60 vs ST60 wasn't all panel based - processors definitely matter when it comes to certain aspects of the picture itself (resolving lines of vertical motion). If they didn't matter then they'd all have the same exact one for cost effective purposes but it's been confirmed that the B series does indeed not.
My theory here is that due to how the set behaves in HDR mode (or dolby vision) when accessing WebOS 3.0 during content playback that when HDR gaming rolls through (and it will) that the TV may not give it 44-50 ms response when HDR is engaged being that the TV is obviously taxed when HDR content is played.
Same goes for all other models. E6 will likely be in the 51 ms range when playing HDR. Thing is though that the E6 can get as low as 34 ms outside of HDR playback. Just a thought to a gamer that's looking into the newer HDR capable consoles or just HDR gaming in general (that is still input lag conscious).
You can have as many theories as you like, but according to LG and ISF calibrators, you'd be wrong. If you have evidence to the contrary, LG, reviewers, the calibration community and owners would love to see it.
I've already explained to you what the processor difference is for according to LG, audio and 3D. This according to Tim Alessi of LG. You choose not to believe it, not our problem. Again, if you have evidence to the contrary, I'm sure Tim, owners and particularly the LG marketing department would love to hear it. You could help them sell more of the higher priced displays. Don't you think the marketing department would use this in advertising? All companies do.
You also allude to 'how the set behaves in HDR mode (or DV) when accessing Web3.0 during content playback....' I'm not sure what that means. Did you test the G, E, C and B doing this? What differences did you see in PQ? Not one person has mentioned anything, so again you appear to know something nobody else does.
Unless you have proof of differences in PQ, it's wise to nip these unfounded 'theories' in the bud. The Internet has a way of spreading misinformation and this is how it begins.
Yes, there are lag time differences (that non-gamers don't care about), but the latest measurements by two different testers, showed a 10ms difference. If that's important to some, then the higher priced models are there. Just as those looking for sound bars, different aesthetics, curved vs flat and 3D have 4 choices.
But PQ? Sorry, they're all the same and even if there were minor differences, it would be so minor that nobody has been able to prove it. That would mean that unless 2 of those displays were butt up against each other, calibrated identically, playing the same content, you'd never see the difference.