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post #151 of 158 Old 03-08-2017, 12:55 PM
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Lg tvs have the same number of lines of resolution as the philips when the de-blur setting is set to a high value. And you can have it w/o interpolation. It's surprising that nobody wanted to double-check what we read/ see in reviews - it is so much easier to trust some other guy on the internet because we are lazy. To check the number of lines of resolution we only need a few test files and our own eyeballs and an lg oled. Yet we blindly fall to the hype of the enhanced motion resolution...
Utilizing any of the TruMotion settings engages some level of motion interpolation even when the user settings are 0. Unfortunately it doesn't work well with some sources but fortunately for me it works well for most of the sources that I watch or it's not needed.

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anyone stop to think cinema mode which the new e7 was in ,defaults to 2.2 gamma ,showing low level detail better, but also raises the black floor. and what about motion ,no news = not in a good way
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Utilizing any of the TruMotion settings engages some level of motion interpolation even when the user settings are 0. Unfortunately it doesn't work well with some sources but fortunately for me it works well for most of the sources that I watch or it's not needed.
Yeah, that is the common knowledge.
Interestingly, this video shows that there's no difference between trumotion 0 and trumotion off
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/40-oled-technology-flat-panels-general/2704337-sony-a1e-4k-hdr-oled-tv-ces-2017-a-20.html#post51155161
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I'm pretty sure it's rather obvious from my posts that I do not own an LG OLED TV.
Still I don't like to pass as the gullible guy that blindly accepts everything he reads. Before writing here I also read the review on FlatpanelsHD, which pretty much says the same thing (http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.p...d=1488778019):



Having two independent sources reporting pretty much the same thing lends some credibility to what both says, doesn't it? They both might be wrong, but I don't think it's strange that people discuss about it.
I did not want to pick on you, just the words philips and motion resoltion triggered my posting muscles.
Truth is the philips video review made me check again the motion resolution and interpolation tests.
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Hi great article!
Do you guys know if we will get any of the updates to our 2016 models? I imagine the dynamic HDR mode for example is not software based? I have the E6
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Hi great article!
Do you guys know if we will get any of the updates to our 2016 models? I imagine the dynamic HDR mode for example is not software based? I have the E6
Great questions! I also have an E6 and would love to know which updates will trickle down. I believe HLG support has already been confirmed for 2016 sets.

I believe that the dynamic HDR mode is software based. I don't know how the 2017 processor compares to the C/E/G6 processor. I think that determines what updates can trickle down.

The 2016s are due for a major update. The LG UHD disc player is due out soon and Dolby Vision over HDMI has yet to be fixed between the Chromecast Ultra and the 2016 LGs.

I'm happy with my E6 and wouldn't trade 3D for the 2017 updates.
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I am really looking forward for comparisons of LG and Panasonic Oleds..


Flatpanel Shootout 2017 will propably have a lot of Oleds (LG, Panasonic, Sony) and Qleds (Samsung) and a Sony LCD..


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Panasonic Oled? What Panasonic Oled?!!!!!1
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Panasonic Oled? What Panasonic Oled?!!!!!1

https://www.avforums.com/review/pana...v-review.13392

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