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Hey thanks for the information. That’s actually what I figured but for whatever reason both of my ISF modes that have both been altered from default don’t display (user). I have waited for them to scroll as well. I could have sworn they used to say it and then noticed (user) disappeared. Ive changed the sharpness value as well as turned off all the processing and apply to all inputs, just as I’ve done with my HDR modes. (Which do say (user)). Not a big deal but odd.
Same here. On my 55" C9, I use ISF Expert Bright with many changes, and there is no "user" next to the name like there was when I was using Cinema. You are not alone.
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Hey thanks for the information. That’s actually what I figured but for whatever reason both of my ISF modes that have both been altered from default don’t display (user). I have waited for them to scroll as well. I could have sworn they used to say it and then noticed (user) disappeared. Ive changed the sharpness value as well as turned off all the processing and apply to all inputs, just as I’ve done with my HDR modes. (Which do say (user)). Not a big deal but odd.
Yeah. That's the reason that I mentioned it saves different settings on different inputs, to offer you one of many possibly explanations.

edit: just checked ISF on my own 2018 model and yes, they are indeed different to all the other picture modes. No "user". Apologies if I muddled things earlier. I suppose it was done because they've already got "(Bright Room)" or "(Dark Room)" in brackets and the menu would like silly with two sets of brackets? Or maybe it's because they are intended for pro calibration, and can be locked by calibrators to show Day/Night and you can't change it anyway after that so they are treated differently.
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Just picked up a 55c9 from the best buy outlet with 15 hours of use on. Glad I got one. It's beautiful

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Quick question guy. I’m thinking about ordering a C9 but am worried about the lack of lcf support. I know that this could be a problem if playing games outputted in 30fps and as my PS4 games generally are 30fps am I gonna face issues with the tv not matching the frame rate? Can someone please explain?
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Yes indeed, pages and pages of posts about that. Never seen a thread move so fast.
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What is everyone using for TruMotion settings?
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What is everyone using for TruMotion settings?
"MotionFlow"(Sony), "AutoMotionPlus" (Samsung), "TrueMotion" (LG). (shudder). Even their "lofty names" give away the "horror".

I remember when they first introduced this to sets over a decade ago. It varies by degree only now. Today it is still sour for me - just LESS sour which = in tech/sales terminology . . . IMPROVED!

ANY tv that requires ANY motion "smoooooothing" to look right isn't right for me.
I've seen it's ugly head on this set, even when I activate it but leave everything at min or zero.

My LG with none of this "tech" activated, provides me with a true 24fps film-like cadence with RealCinema activated.
My only problem is having RealCinema turned on with over the air broadcasts. 24fps going into the 60Hz refresh rate of the tv creates 3:2 pulldown resulting in extreme judder. (Jumpy-jump-jump). Once I turned it off with tv shows, the problem mysteriously "disappeared".

I've been told here that turning it on while watching tv doesn't do anything in this situation because that isn't what it is designed to do. (It's designed to provide even 24fps cadence for 24fps sources such as a blu-ray movie). Here, once again, I part company with those who believe that a setting designed to do ONE thing logically cannot have an impact on the look/performance of the tv in another area). But actually in this case, it IS logical. A concept in math called "division".

Anyway, if I ever want to experience the smoothing, I'll drink some codeine 10 minutes before my movie.

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Every possible setting including RealCinema completely off.
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Every possible setting including RealCinema completely off.
But you do employ RC for 24p movies? No?

With it turned off, movies have a "video" 60fps look with pulldown. But I confess this tv masks this wrong cadence pretty good compared to most tvs. If you invoke it with movies, (assuming you set your player to 24p), you might not notice much difference at first. But after a while, it will be impossible to "go back" (unless you like a "video tape" look).

RealCinema can have it's own slight soap opera motion smoothing" that a few have reported. I struggled with this for a long time, even considering returning my LG, until I chucked my Sony X700 blu-ray player that couldn't replicate 24p cadence if it tried. LG player was even worse. (Return my LG tv? Why would I keep a tv that cannot display 24fps correctly). But it wasn't the tvs fault.

Up to that point, leaving RealCinema off actually masked this problem with my player to the point that things actually looked better with RealCinema turned off. (Two wrong issues combined in such a way that it created the illusion of correct). I blamed RealCinema until I was able to trace down the actual problem by using a different brand of blu-ray player.

The 24p cadence of RealCinema works as long as the blu-ray player is also correctly outputting at 24fps. If you check your status screen, it WILL read 24p but these players are not doing it correctly.
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But you do employ RC for 24p movies? No?

With it turned off, movies have a "video" 60fps look with pulldown. But I confess this tv masks this wrong cadence pretty good compared to most tvs. If you invoke it with movies, (assuming you set your player to 24p), you might not notice much difference at first. But after a while, it will be impossible to "go back" (unless you like a "video tape" look).
Real Cinema is the only setting I leave on as it displays 24p correctly. All other processing off.
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Quick question guy. I’m thinking about ordering a C9 but am worried about the lack of lcf support. I know that this could be a problem if playing games outputted in 30fps and as my PS4 games generally are 30fps am I gonna face issues with the tv not matching the frame rate? Can someone please explain?

LCF support?
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I believe he means low frame rate compensation

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LFC. Low Framerate Compensation

From what I read here https://www.anandtech.com/show/9811/...ver-overview/3 it’s all done on the graphics card. As long as the monitor/TV has a maximum refresh rate that is at least 2.5 times the minimum then it will work. The C9 is 3 times (40-120Hz).
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Must have seen the video below. I don’t believe the C9 supports it.
I don’t believe that the C9 has to support it. How would the TV know when to repeat a frame? Plus it would have to store the frame in a buffer for the repeat. Much easier for the video card to repeat the frame.

All the sources I’ve read say it’s all done on the video card. The display just has to have a wide enough VRR range.

And the argument that a lot of games are going to run at 30fps which will need LFC on the C9 is just wrong. Why would a dev enable VRR for a 30fps game??? They wouldn’t and the graphics card will just repeat the frames just like they always would. Twice for 60Hz and four times for 120Hz. And at 120Hz if the frame rate drops below 30 then the next vsync is only 8ms away.
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I’ve seen a few videos and read a few articles saying that the range of VRR on the C9 Is 120hz to 40hz and that if your playing a video came capped at 30fps you will get stuttering as as the outputs don’t match. Apparently this is where LFC comes in as it compensates for the low frame rate. I’m really wanting the C9 but it worries me that it doesn’t support LFC as I will be getting the new PS5 when it’s released. Plus all these videos and articles I’ve seen are talking about needing LFC for gaming on the PS5/XBOX nothing is mentioned about normal film content? I’m not putting this TV down in any way shape or form. I’m just a little concerned and really my main question is why is LFC apparently important for the next gen game consoles? I can find anywhere that mentions needing it for my PS4? Or will my PS4 struggle with this TV as well? I’m just looking for an honest answer from the experts who own this TV. I really appreciate your help.
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Quick question guy. I’m thinking about ordering a C9 but am worried about the lack of lcf support. I know that this could be a problem if playing games outputted in 30fps and as my PS4 games generally are 30fps am I gonna face issues with the tv not matching the frame rate? Can someone please explain?
According to several youtube videos where people have tested for LFC, the C9 appears to support LFC contrary to what LG said in the community forum. Here is a thread where someone could activate Freesync on a C9 including LFC. And here someone confirms LFC via GSync:

Btw. LFC is only relevant if you use an adaptive sync technology like HDMI 2.1 VRR or Freesync or G-Sync Compatible. Since the PS4 supports neither, you don't have to worry about LFC at all as the PS4 does not match any frame rates. This will change with the PS5 but then games will have to support it (same as on the Xbox One today).

You also don't need LFC for any type of film content as we're talking about fixed frame rates here. For instance a film will always have 24fps from start to finish, therefore the C9 will always stay in 120Hz mode and show each frame 5 times to match it's native display refresh rate (provided you activate Real Cinema, which you should). There's no need for any type of adaptive sync here and therefore not for LFC.

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And if you bought it and returned it because it's brightness simply didn't serve your needs, you would have known for CERTAIN this way, making any and all arguments for OLED completely irrelevant based on YOUR needs.



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Quick question guy. I’️m thinking about ordering a C9 but am worried about the lack of lcf support. I know that this could be a problem if playing games outputted in 30fps and as my PS4 games generally are 30fps am I gonna face issues with the tv not matching the frame rate? Can someone please explain?
According to several youtube videos where people have tested for LFC, the C9 appears to support LFC contrary to what LG said in the community forum. Here is a thread where someone could activate Freesync on a C9 including LFC. And here someone confirms LFC via GSync:

Btw. LFC is only relevant if you use an adaptive sync technology like HDMI 2.1 VRR or Freesync or G-Sync Compatible. Since the PS4 supports neither, you don't have to worry about LFC at all as the PS4 does not match any frame rates. This will change with the PS5 but then games will have to support it (same as on the Xbox One today).

You also don't need LFC for any type of film content as we're talking about fixed frame rates here. For instance a film will always have 24fps from start to finish, therefore the C9 will always stay in 120Hz mode and show each frame 5 times to match it's native display refresh rate (provided you activate Real Cinema, which you should). There's no need for any type of adaptive sync here and therefore not for LFC.

Ok I’m with you now. So all good for films and my PS4 but prob won’t be a good bet for PS5 if the PS5 is playing games locked at 30FPS. May wait until next year so I can maybe find at that supports both VRR and LFC so I’m covered for all gaming on the PS5. Would that be a better idea?
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Guys - anyone moved from an E9 to a CX/GX?

I have a GX which is in its return period still (Love it!)

However....my faulty E6 was just written off and they have sent me an E9 as a replacement.

My heart tells me to keep the GX, but my head tells me to return it and keep the E9.

Help me decide please
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Ok I’m with you now. So all good for films and my PS4 but prob won’t be a good bet for PS5 if the PS5 is playing games locked at 30FPS. May wait until next year so I can maybe find at that supports both VRR and LFC so I’m covered for all gaming on the PS5. Would that be a better idea?
According to tests, the C9 supports LFC and VRR, so you're covered.
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While it's not as many nits as my q9fn it's really hard to tell any difference. Just glad I lucked out and got such a barely used set for half the price.
Glad you're happy . You'll see a big different when you're used to proper blacks and see things like starfields in HDR. And of course within the HDR family, you've now got access to Dolby Vision content which would like very different on a Samsung (ie, it doesn't work!).

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Glad you're happy . You'll see a big different when you're used to proper blacks and see things like starfields in HDR. And of course within the HDR family, you've now got access to Dolby Vision content which would like very different on a Samsung (ie, it doesn't work!).
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Ok I’m with you now. So all good for films and my PS4 but prob won’t be a good bet for PS5 if the PS5 is playing games locked at 30FPS.
No. That's wrong, and you're not with him . Where did you get "won't be a good bet" from? Either you haven't read/understood @Siran77 's post, or you haven't watched/understood that video, or both. Slow down, take your time, and watch it again please
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Ok I’m with you now. So all good for films and my PS4 but prob won’t be a good bet for PS5 if the PS5 is playing games locked at 30FPS. May wait until next year so I can maybe find at that supports both VRR and LFC so I’m covered for all gaming on the PS5. Would that be a better idea?

Stepping in to mention this discussion is better suited for the C9's gaming-specific thread linked in my sig.
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But wait! The CX is 7 pounds lighter than the C9! Launch an investigation!
Just under 10 pounds on the 77" We're investigating it in fine detail and should get some answers soon, I'll be sure to tag you when we know

At least we know what the HDMI can do and what it can't.
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