Originally Posted by mrtickleuk
for finding it so quickly
. For those of us who've been following this issue for almost a year, it's a little bit irksome to suddenly have all the discussion re-opened and re-questioned. For newbies, I would urge you to read the dedicated thread
for more technical information.
yes that is the same issue, which is why I try to use Vincent's name for it every chance I get, and it is a fact that it is present in every 2018 LG Display OLED panel which means ALSO those sold to every manufacturer in the world selling OLED televisions. It is wrong that it was reported to be caused by a "firmware issue" on LG Electronics' TVs only - as proved by the R-Ting video and not just that, the R-Tings overshoot readings in their reviews (dissected in the dedicated thread). The firmware we are all waiting for works around
(but not solves) the underlying hardware issue. And I repeat again, we are lucky because we are getting this work-around, Sony, Panasonic, Philips etc OLED owners will not. People moaning about the delay need to remember that! HTH
There seems to be few members who actively says what is allowed to discuss and what is not, however these guys are not administrators.
Is it number of post which give right to act like that or what?
With this kind of attitude those newbies go away and not dare to write anything any more, for many it´s big step to write their first post.
Not everyone spend their time here day after day and month after month, they have also some other life to live.
What comes to Vincent and accurate and trasnparent reviews, I´m not so excited anymore.
When HDTVtest (Vincent and David) done those to their webpages reviews were real gold with accurate results of measures, consider of good and bad sides without hiding anything.
Just like rtings.com still do, last of the mohicans, I believe.
At end of that chrominance overshoot video Vincent talks about problem to bring bad sides of TVs to light...seems after that video those really are more sugar coated than before, shame.
Surely he is one of the most technically qualified reviewer and calibrator but if videos are just like almost every other where you can smell money from industry, then...not good.
Reasons, yes I fully understand those like Vincent says at video you can´t get VIP travels to CES etc and not review samples from local electronic retailer if result of review is when most will avoid reviewed product.