Originally Posted by milosbgd
@ all --> I do appreciate your comments, however, I am not very satisfied with E6 picture that much...when I watch football game, sometimes, I see the "ghosting" of the ball, in some movies with high speed moving objects also sometimes a "ghosting". On the other hand , in games (PS4 Pro) could happened the same and sometimes "tearing" as well. Yes, it is 3D TV, and I really like it , but now a days, HDR and 4k are dominating trends and I really love those vivid colours that in 3D I can never get. Also, at least I my case , 3D is great for first 30 minutes, afterwards eyes get used to it, and its not so exciting anymore.
On the other hand, I prefer 4K moves on my UHD player.
In terms of selling price of it, I was trying to sell it for 2.500 eur, no interest at all for 3 months, then 2.000 , absolutelly no interest, and finally my friend who can offer this 1.400 eur, I am ready to go for it if it makes sense for me to go to C8, and this is why I asked your opinon.
If I wait for next year OLED tv, sure, but I am afraid that it will be much higher in price and I will never be able to get 1.400 eur for my current tv next year, but maybe only 1.000 eur.
On the other hand, I heard, maybe its wrong , that PQ and fast moving objects in E8 and C8, and general color is much better then in E6 (I explained it above), and I would like to go for it....but then again, I am really not sure does it makes sense and is it worty...Also, about sound, my E6 is straigh foward sound, while as I can see C8 is downward sound, so I am not sure how weaker sound it is when wall mounted...
Any other comments, suggestions.....?????
I have the LG OLED 65 inch C6 and after ACTUALLY taking the time to go through all the picture settings and HDR settings I'm extremely happy with how my tv displays for a roughly 3 year old tv.
I haven't gotten my Dolby Vision settings the way I want them yet but everything else is golden! I love 3D whereas my family could care less. LOL!
The newer tv's are definitely brighter but that's not what I need in my setting. I'd suggest you either wait for the 2019 models or buy it and do a side by side comparison and return it if you don't like it?
Also, watching regular HD broadcasts on a 4k tv isn't going to look as well as watching a 4k movie via Netflix, Amazon, or UHD DVD player. The displays in the stores are always in slow motion and going to make the tvs look spectacular.
Just take the time to calibrate your tv and then go from there.