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Posted this over in the 2016 OLED calibration thread, but it's probably also relevant here. I'm working on calibrating my 55" C6 for SDR (and hopefully HDR eventually). I noticed my set has a very slight uniformity issue where the center line of the tv is slightly greener than the right or left edges. I did a very crude measurement (take a picture, extract the RGB values from different areas of the screen, and calculate the dE's), and there is a maximum of dE=2.38 between the middle and edges. This is slightly noticeable on 100% grayscale fields, but not on actual images/videos except in extreme cases (e.g. Fellowship of the Ring, where everyone is exiting the mines and the image washes out to almost uniform white for a few moments).

Compared to other cases of grey uniformity issues, how serious is this? Will it significantly affect my ability to calibrate the set accurately. Is it worth it to bring it up with LG?
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Ordered my 65" B6P last week. Should be here Thursday this week. Super excited. Hoping my panel turns out to be in good working order! Going to do my best to set it up well enough to watch something epic my first movie. Its going in my living room, which has 5.4.2 surround.
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Ordered my 65" B6P last week. Should be here Thursday this week. Super excited. Hoping my panel turns out to be in good working order! Going to do my best to set it up well enough to watch something epic my first movie. Its going in my living room, which has 5.4.2 surround.
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Posted this over in the 2016 OLED calibration thread, but it's probably also relevant here. I'm working on calibrating my 55" C6 for SDR (and hopefully HDR eventually). I noticed my set has a very slight uniformity issue where the center line of the tv is slightly greener than the right or left edges. I did a very crude measurement (take a picture, extract the RGB values from different areas of the screen, and calculate the dE's), and there is a maximum of dE=2.38 between the middle and edges. This is slightly noticeable on 100% grayscale fields, but not on actual images/videos except in extreme cases (e.g. Fellowship of the Ring, where everyone is exiting the mines and the image washes out to almost uniform white for a few moments).

Compared to other cases of grey uniformity issues, how serious is this? Will it significantly affect my ability to calibrate the set accurately. Is it worth it to bring it up with LG?
I'm curious, if you move from side to side does the tinting change/disappear? Another poster on here suggested that the C6 may have a pinkish tint toward the sides due to the curve of the screen.

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You're right, let's talk about nits and HDR.

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If I use optical can the tv and receiver interact with power control so that the avr goes to standby when I turn off the tv and turns on with the tv too?


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Gonna have some fun the next couple nights!

First up tonight will be John Wick 2. Tomorrow, most likely the 3D version of Lego Batman. Wednesday, UHD Lego Batman.
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If I use optical can the tv and receiver interact with power control so that the avr goes to standby when I turn off the tv and turns on with the tv too?


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Nope. That's what HDMI-CEC is for.

However, you can program a Harmony remote to turn off the receiver when the TV is turned off. You can also have the Harmony turn on the TV and the the receiver and the switch the receiver to use the optical as input.
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Guys, I love video games like crazy and I'm excited for E3 news as well...but random posts about video game announcements seems pretty off topic.?\_(?)_/?
You're right, let's talk about nits and HDR.

I start:

HDR is useless on LCD. OLED is the best
I guess we're not allowed to look forward to something on our awesome tvs. I'm getting sick of the thread Nazis trying to babysit what we can and can't talk about on here.
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Nope. That's what HDMI-CEC is for.



However, you can program a Harmony remote to turn off the receiver when the TV is turned off. You can also have the Harmony turn on the TV and the the receiver and the switch the receiver to use the optical as input.


Eh that's annoying. It auto tunes to the arc as it is with power control. I like using the Comcast remote to turn it on and off if I'm just watching tv too. I just have 1 thing plugged into the avr and I have to switch the input when I activate that which is annoying so I was seeing if I could forego that.


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Gonna have some fun the next couple nights!



First up tonight will be John Wick 2. Tomorrow, most likely the 3D version of Lego Batman. Wednesday, UHD Lego Batman.


Aw damn where you get Lego batsman I've been waiting for the uhd release! Says June 13 on amazon still.


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Yes, I don't use it much, but it looks great and LG does a great job of implementing the onscreen guide and whatnot.

I just wish we in the USA have the recording ability like the rest of the world.
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Yes. This is the system I am using.

ps. I just read the posts saying that you can't. I am using Optical for sound and still have HDMI control via the HDMI cable connected from the TV to the receiver.
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Preordered and shipped from Best Buy. So far my experience with them is that they are very good at getting the movies by release date. Sometimes they arrive early. Mine was shipped last Tuesday, but UPS took their time and didn't deliver until today. Sometimes delivery happens that same week, but sometimes not.

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Yes, I don't use it much, but it looks great and LG does a great job of implementing the onscreen guide and whatnot.

I just wish we in the USA have the recording ability like the rest of the world.
LG has been the biggest backer of the upcoming next-gen OTA TV standard, ATSC 3.0, which just had its commercial launch in South Korea. It will begin rolling out in the US next year, although it will take a few years to become broadly available nationwide. LG is selling new TVs in S. Korea with ATSC 3.0/1.0 hybrid tuners built-in and I believe they're also selling an external 3.0 tuner that can connect to TVs via HDMI. I would expect that LG will sell those external tuners in the US too and that it will work with updated TV firmware for a seamless experience. The ability to connect a USB hard drive to ATSC 3.0 tuners for DVR functionality has long been discussed as an expected feature here in the US, so hopefully that happens.
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It is 2200 local dimming zone, not just LED, two completely different stuff.

Your TV did not have 2200 zone, it has 288.
That TV was really good TV too watch cable TV on, that's why I was disappointed with my 65C6, the LV 9500 was way better with cable TV.
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C6P owner here with a question about ARC. I have never connected using this method so excuse me if I ask something stupid here.

Just purchased a Samsung MS650 soundbar and have my Xbox 1 connected to soundbar via HDMI. Per another website it said to also connect my cable box to the soundbar via optical and then connect the soundbar to the tv via HDMI ARC. Is this correct? Am I doing something wrong? When I go to HDMI input 2 (ARC) I am not getting a signal for the Xbox or the satellite TV (DIRECTV).

Can somebody walk me through this?
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Posted this over in the 2016 OLED calibration thread, but it's probably also relevant here. I'm working on calibrating my 55" C6 for SDR (and hopefully HDR eventually). I noticed my set has a very slight uniformity issue where the center line of the tv is slightly greener than the right or left edges. I did a very crude measurement (take a picture, extract the RGB values from different areas of the screen, and calculate the dE's), and there is a maximum of dE=2.38 between the middle and edges. This is slightly noticeable on 100% grayscale fields, but not on actual images/videos except in extreme cases (e.g. Fellowship of the Ring, where everyone is exiting the mines and the image washes out to almost uniform white for a few moments).

Compared to other cases of grey uniformity issues, how serious is this? Will it significantly affect my ability to calibrate the set accurately. Is it worth it to bring it up with LG?


That's very common on all lg oled even the flat ones.
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That TV was really good TV too watch cable TV on, that's why I was disappointed with my 65C6, the LV 9500 was way better with cable TV.
1080P tv in general look better for cable TV. The signal and PQ of cable tv is so bad that having an OLED process that make it hard to watch.
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1080P tv in general look better for cable TV. The signal and PQ of cable tv is so bad that having an OLED process that make it hard to watch.
Ha... last night I tried playing an old game on my PC... "Tex Murphy Overseer"... OMG... it looked so bad I had to kill it.
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C6P owner here with a question about ARC. I have never connected using this method so excuse me if I ask something stupid here.

Just purchased a Samsung MS650 soundbar and have my Xbox 1 connected to soundbar via HDMI. Per another website it said to also connect my cable box to the soundbar via optical and then connect the soundbar to the tv via HDMI ARC. Is this correct? Am I doing something wrong? When I go to HDMI input 2 (ARC) I am not getting a signal for the Xbox or the satellite TV (DIRECTV).

Can somebody walk me through this?
I would just connect it to your TVs digital out and select Digital as the input source on your sound bar, next connect Xbox to the TV's HDMI port, ARC or otherwise. It should then just play any sound that TV can normally play from any TV input.

I use ARC to return audio to my 4K receiver and all other inputs connect to that receiver as well. This way I never change inputs on my TV and I control everything from my receiver and send audio to external speakers.

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That TV was really good TV too watch cable TV on, that's why I was disappointed with my 65C6, the LV 9500 was way better with cable TV.
Cable TV on my B6P OLED looks pretty good in general. Not all content in HD is equal though, I've noticed outdoor footage on Discovery or History channels often look significantly better then some HBO movies. It all really depends on the quality of the original recording that gets up-scaled time and time again before it finally gets to your TV screen. I did have to up the brightness a little in my TV settings since content would generally come across too dark in a fairly bright room but I've found a sweet spot now I'm quite happy with the TV performance.

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Still asking, what are the supported file formats on the USB port? Especially for 4k and HDR.

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When I receive my B6P on Thursday this week. How should I hook it up to my receiver? Its a Marantz SR6011 running 5.4.1. I'm not used to using TV integrated apps. So how should I hook it up to play the audio from those through my receiver set up? Thanks!
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Still asking, what are the supported file formats on the USB port? Especially for 4k and HDR.
I've had no problem viewing JPEGS (photos) and plenty of 4K UHD videos in MP4 format. I've also viewed videos transferred from various smartphones, both Android and iPhone.

Per a popular TV review website: LG TV claims to play MKV, MPEG-1, MPEG2, MPEG-4, DivX, Xvid via the USB port.

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Still asking, what are the supported file formats on the USB port? Especially for 4k and HDR.
It is in the user guide on the TV.
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Yes. This is the system I am using.



ps. I just read the posts saying that you can't. I am using Optical for sound and still have HDMI control via the HDMI cable connected from the TV to the receiver.


Yea I'd like to free up the port.

But your solution would work too. However when I tried it, i couldnt get the source (nintendo switch) going through the avr to output through optical back to the avr from the tv. I know that seems like an odd request, but it would let me keep my avr on optical input and the switch video input all the time and I wouldn't have to use the avr remote at all, just change the tv source (as I have 4 hdmi sources exactly).


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Ha... last night I tried playing an old game on my PC... "Tex Murphy Overseer"... OMG... it looked so bad I had to kill it.
Haha isn't that because it's just such an old game though. If I were you I'd wait to play "The poisoned pawn" it's the fan remake.

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