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My take on it is probably non-standard, but unashamedly "home cinema"

I don't like the reflections on the screen, and I normally pull the blinds down so that there is only theatre-levels of light in the room, and watch in "night" mode on the TV almost all the time.

If it's very bright sun and I do want to let more light in, and switch picture modes (say to ISF Bright). But this isn't often

So I do have clearly different "Dark"/"Bright" settings.

The Energy Saving "Auto" uses the TV's ambient light sensor, and I would have thought it does what you want? If there's more sunlight coming in, it dims the screen ... ah, it probably does the opposite. You want an "Energy Wasting" mode

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My take on it is probably non-standard, but unashamedly "home cinema"

I don't like the reflections on the screen, and I normally pull the blinds down so that there is only theatre-levels of light in the room, and watch in "night" mode on the TV almost all the time.

If it's very bright sun and I do want to let more light in, and switch picture modes (say to ISF Bright). But this isn't often

So I do have clearly different "Dark"/"Bright" settings.

The Energy Saving "Auto" uses the TV's ambient light sensor, and I would have thought it does what you want? If there's more sunlight coming in, it dims the screen ... ah, it probably does the opposite. You want an "Energy Wasting" mode

https://www.lg.com/ca_en/support/pro...7765735-others
I'm a lazy set and forget kinda guy. We watch the C8 more at night than during the day. I don't bother with night/day settings. When I do watch it during the day, I'm usually folding clothes (the laundry room is right next to the theater room so I have no excuse ) and then it's my MeTV old westerns, which look great give for what they are. There is a little bit of reflection because I have some framed posters behind me but the reflection is hardly noticeable. At night, no reflection cause I use my bias light.

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Okay. I am using HDMI 2 now. And I am able to control the volume of the soundbar with the LG remote now. That's good.

But I don't get a picture? I have a Roku plugged into HDMI 1 and a Wii U plugged into HDMI 3. How do I get those to make sound through my soundbar?

As it stands now, if I put it on HDMI 1 to try and watch something off my Roku, I get no sound (from the TV or the soundbar)

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Man it would be nice if amazon would stream all NFL games...I would pay a premium just to watch that on my 77!
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What do you mean by "vibrancy"? If you see any difference at all, that means it will have changed your calibration surely.
Sorry for the late response.

Maybe vibrancy is the wrong word. It's like, the clarity is better because the colors stretch out more. I can really notice it. Watching football and playing Madden 2k20, the back of the players colors were cleaner.

I also made a mistake, been a long week! The firmware for me is 05.20.10.
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My take on it is probably non-standard, but unashamedly "home cinema"

I don't like the reflections on the screen, and I normally pull the blinds down so that there is only theatre-levels of light in the room, and watch in "night" mode on the TV almost all the time.

If it's very bright sun and I do want to let more light in, and switch picture modes (say to ISF Bright). But this isn't often

So I do have clearly different "Dark"/"Bright" settings.

The Energy Saving "Auto" uses the TV's ambient light sensor, and I would have thought it does what you want? If there's more sunlight coming in, it dims the screen ... ah, it probably does the opposite. You want an "Energy Wasting" mode

https://www.lg.com/ca_en/support/pro...7765735-others
I tried using auto mode to take advantage of room light sensor. Problem is that it does not allow you to set a baseline from which it adjusts. In other words, I would like to adjust oled level to my liking under a certain room light level, and from there turn on the auto mode. It should adjust OLED, up or down from that level. Does not seem to work that way though, making the auto mode as useless as the other modes. Guess that is why it is best left off. If done right, it would be a vey nice and easy to implement feature.
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Man it would be nice if amazon would stream all NFL games...I would pay a premium just to watch that on my 77!
Believe NFL is still locked into a Directv contract.
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I tried using auto mode to take advantage of room light sensor. Problem is that it does not allow you to set a baseline from which it adjusts. In other words, I would like to adjust oled level to my liking under a certain room light level, and from there turn on the auto mode. It should adjust OLED, up or down from that level. Does not seem to work that way though, making the auto mode as useless as the other modes. Guess that is why it is best left off. If done right, it would be a vey nice and easy to implement feature.
Indeed. I think LG did do this with the 2019 models:
  • "AI Brightness (not available in Cinema mode) uses Ambient sensor to try to lift brightness in HDR in bright rooms"

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Indeed. I think LG did do this with the 2019 models:
  • "AI Brightness (not available in Cinema mode) uses Ambient sensor to try to lift brightness in HDR in bright rooms"
Maybe a future firmware will be available on the C8 to do just that. Then again...maybe not, LG needs to distinguish latest model price premium over earlier models.
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Maybe a future firmware will be available on the C8 to do just that. Then again...maybe not, LG needs to distinguish latest model price premium over earlier models.
No "maybe" at all sorry, it would have happened by now if it was possible/allowed.

The feature I want the most is more significant: to separate out Quad Step Noise Reduction out of "MPEG Noise Reduction" and make it a separate menu option. But apparently that needs a whole new TV as well.

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2000 hour pixel refresh

Shut my TV off last night and turned to leave the room, the continuing glow in the room caught my attention and I turned back to catch a screen saying the Pixel Refresh would run, but the message closed before I could read the whole thing.

Woke up today and turned it on and a popup came on to say the Pixel Refresh had successfully run.

So what if anything should I be noticing now that this has run? Hopefully I see nothing as the picture looked just fine before this ran and I did not have any burn in or banding to start with.
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Shut my TV off last night and turned to leave the room, the continuing glow in the room caught my attention and I turned back to catch a screen saying the Pixel Refresh would run, but the message closed before I could read the whole thing.



Woke up today and turned it on and a popup came on to say the Pixel Refresh had successfully run.



So what if anything should I be noticing now that this has run? Hopefully I see nothing as the picture looked just fine before this ran and I did not have any burn in or banding to start with.
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Shut my TV off last night and turned to leave the room, the continuing glow in the room caught my attention and I turned back to catch a screen saying the Pixel Refresh would run, but the message closed before I could read the whole thing.

Woke up today and turned it on and a popup came on to say the Pixel Refresh had successfully run.

So what if anything should I be noticing now that this has run? Hopefully I see nothing as the picture looked just fine before this ran and I did not have any burn in or banding to start with.

Silly question. In the old days of CRT they called it the degausser!
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Silly question. In the old days of CRT they called it the degausser!
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Are all of the stands metal on the C8? On HDTV test Vincent said his was plastic. Was expecting plastic but I got metal . I guess this varies from country to country?


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Shut my TV off last night and turned to leave the room, the continuing glow in the room caught my attention and I turned back to catch a screen saying the Pixel Refresh would run, but the message closed before I could read the whole thing.

Woke up today and turned it on and a popup came on to say the Pixel Refresh had successfully run.

So what if anything should I be noticing now that this has run? Hopefully I see nothing as the picture looked just fine before this ran and I did not have any burn in or banding to start with.
Same with me, looked great before, 2000 hour refresh ran, looks great now with no differences in picture quality.
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Are all of the stands metal on the C8? On HDTV test Vincent said his was plastic. Was expecting plastic but I got metal . I guess this varies from country to country?


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Feels like metal to me. RTings described the C8's stand as .


Well I’m sure happy because I was expecting straight plastic.


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I had heard the Panasonics were the Cat's meow. Obviously not your opinion. I have never seen one.

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I see you were probably good at tetris! I dont think I would have that kind of patience to repack like that!
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The GZ2000 was great and I would have loved it, except that mine had really ****ty near-black uniformity.

Not vertical banding, this TV really has no VB problems but it had a dark blotch in the center and bright edges/corners. Used it for more than 30 hours, turning it off every 4 hours to let the comp cycle run and even did two manual comp cycles but nothing changed. So now it's ready to go back...
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Got a great deal on a display 65 C9 @ Conn's, getting it delivered sometime next week. It's going to replace the 55 B7 in my livingroom, which I guess I will move to the bedroom after I move next month. I just gave my mom my 65 E6 a couple of weeks ago, it had been sitting in my grandpa's basement for over a year, wasn't able to take it with me when I moved half way across the country. I am so happy to have another 65 inch OLED! I hope I can get a good deal on a 77 inch next!
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I see you were probably good at tetris! I dont think I would have that kind of patience to repack like that!

For some reason unboxing a TV is much easier and also more fun then repacking it.
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^yup...from trying to pick what to watch first...to you gotta be kidding me! Good thing is next year is around the corner and I think we might see some good things from all brands.

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Yeah, maybe I'll just wait and see what next year brings instead of ordering another GZ.
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I think my UK stand is metal. It is of the weight you would expect from a metal stand.
My gripe with it is that it is very reflective and even in a dark room it was being lit up from the screen light.
I ended up doing a vinyl wrap and now it is fine. It was a bit tricky to do but perseverance paid off and it looks very smart with no bubbles or creases.

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The GZ2000 was great and I would have loved it, except that mine had really ****ty near-black uniformity.

Not vertical banding, this TV really has no VB problems but it had a dark blotch in the center and bright edges/corners. Used it for more than 30 hours, turning it off every 4 hours to let the comp cycle run and even did two manual comp cycles but nothing changed. So now it's ready to go back...
Thanks for the info. My curiousness has been fed.

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I think my UK stand is metal. It is of the weight you would expect from a metal stand.

My gripe with it is that it is very reflective and even in a dark room it was being lit up from the screen light.

I ended up doing a vinyl wrap and now it is fine. It was a bit tricky to do but perseverance paid off and it looks very smart with no bubbles or creases.


I certainly noticed how reflective it was as well. That’s a great idea!


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