Greeting fellow denizens of this forum. I recently picked up the OLED55C6P that was on a hell of a sale. I have been wanting an OLED TV for a very long time and things just fell into place to allow me to get it.
A further note, I opted for the C6 instead of the B7 primarily because it is really the last OLED TV that has 3D capabilities and I have a very large 3D movie Library. I love
3D and so far with my brief testing it looks like 3D on this TV is almost as good as with my old one. For picture quality I like Active 3D vs. Passive 3D since the edges are sharper and the 3D effect is more pronounced. With that said, however, the quality of overall image gained on this TV outweighs the benefits Active over passive.
This TV was an upgrade from a Samsung 2011 model, UND46D7000S. My old Sammy, post calibration, still amazed me at how stunning the PQ was on a really good Blu-Ray film. That was until I got this bad boy in my house. Even before calibration, holy ****! I never really knew how much I was missing; I knew knew the technical reasons that made OLED better than LCD but found that I really had no idea the crazy level of difference it makes. 3 days in and I am overjoyed with this purchase.
Since having the TV I have gone through and applied the Calibration settings from http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/c6/settings
and am still tweaking. So far these settings have been a noticeable and welcome improvement on my panel. I still have some tweaking to do and a bit of research to on how each of the IRE settings effect the white-balance though. I have so far tested a few Blu-Ray films, watched some Dolby Vision shows on Netflix and some of parts of their 4K sourced films on. HDR via Dolby Vision is very impressive, I am so happy that this is one of the few panels that is DV certified. Well, that is my mini-review and introduction into this forum.
Oh, and one last thing. So far I have only found one nagging issue. While watching DareDevil in Dolby Vision from the built-in Netflix app there is a single pixel on the bottom-rightmost corner that that flashes super bright white during any dark scene that has motion. I have checked other DV shows, 4K shows, HD Shows, even SD shows and movies and this is the only occurrence of this flashing white pixel. Even though I am certain it is just DareDevil in Dolby Vision I would like to know if anyone else has experienced anything similar?