Hoping to join the ranks as a LG C9 owner here in the very near future. I've done enough research to burn my eyes out, bad habit, but I think I've completely settled on this set, including a ton of audio related searches to go along with it. This will be my first OLED so I've tried to read up on everything, including the vast majority of this very thread. Whew.
At any rate, I was sold on the TV until I read this from the LG C9 Consolidated Thread that is going on avsforum.com/forum/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=58893208 (Its post #201
of 204 in the thread - I'm new so links won't work) - The post in question discusses the fact that there is TruMotion Artifacts that is affecting display in 24p content and may never be fixed. I may be an idiot, most likely, but I don't understand how significant that issue is, and if any current owners dealing with it would call it a deal breaker? From my understanding most content is created in 24p so wouldn't that affect just about everything I'll be viewing? I "might" be able to give myself some time to let my eyes adjust to stutter until I get used to it but selling my wife and kids on it, well, probably won't go over well.
I plan on using my current standard PS4 with the set, HDMI directly to TV, for now until I get a sound system in the room with a compatible AVR. I use my PS4 for everything from Vudu, Youtube, Netflix etc. Am I going to run into studder issues as mentioned in the above thread, or should I stick with the apps on the TV itself for viewing content?
On a bigger note, for those who like to discuss this stuff and provide input. Any recommends or thoughts as I set up a new room. I'm planning to go with the 55" C9, and PS4. May add a UHD blu-ray player or w/e if its needed/recommended but I do plan on upgrading to the PS5 when it comes out. The room is about 10' x 11' and I'd like to add a surround sound to go with it. I've been monitoring this thread for compatible AVR's with eARC to get the support I need in the event I add a ROKU or Shield TV, albeit not sure I need it. For this size room is a standard 5.2.1 setup to much? My wife thinks I'm out of my mind, but I want a small theatre in this room lol. I have no loyalties when it comes to audio equipment, and using this site I came across the highly recommended ELACS system, but my wife is gonna flip when I tell her its another $1500+.
Thanks in advance.