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post #31 of 33 Old 02-27-2018, 07:30 PM
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Have the prices for the New B/C 8 OLED's come out yet? I can't seem find them.

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I wouldn't go that far but I get your point of view.
I put a little top spin on that one. If I did in fact have my oled break and I had to live with just my vt50, I would be somewhat miserable.
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Well I tried to do some "historical research" on my Panasonic TC-P50GT50 model. It seems to be an "apples to oranges" comparison on nomenclature, versus today's OLED. Trying to compare statistics was frustrating. I got the following stats, of interest, but I think they changed how the even measure.
Shades of gradation: 24,576
Contrast ratio: 5,500,000:1 (that's five million, five hundred thousand, to one)

So, can anyone definitively state how many bit panel this would have been? The current OLED panels are 10 bit. The contrast ration is "infinite"/"unmeasurable"...so how far from 5,500,000 ?

I could not get a limens stat for brightness.

Anyone care to fill in the blanks, for objective comparison ?
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