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There's no HDMI sources that support 4k at 4:4:4 120hz yet. You might be able to set a PC with modern graphics card to output 4k 120hz 8bit 4:2:0.

I don't think the Xbox has this mode, but in theory it should have the bandwidth to support 8bit 4:2:0.
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Exactly. As a new owner I wouldn’t go look for problems unless you see banding or tint in content. In my case I saw the obvious tint and then looked at a white screen which also revealed the dead pixels.
Well LG, you're 0/1 in quality control, I don't like that percentage.
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Exactly. As a new owner I wouldn’t go look for problems unless you see banding or tint in content. In my case I saw the obvious tint and then looked at a white screen which also revealed the dead pixels.
Well LG, you're 0/1 in quality control, I don't like that percentage.
And here I am trying to say nice things about the tv because it really is great with good improvements except for the QC...

Surely someone from LG checks these threads... 🙂
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So far I believe the panels are the same as last year so I don't expect any change in banding.
Danny Tack/Philips in an interview with Vincent Teoh said as much spec wise but did say a couple of additional solutions were adopted into the 2109 panels for permanent image retention. Perhaps that's why LGE felt they could push the panel "harder" without increasing burn-in risk.

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Now available on Best Buy's website! Just ordered mine and it'll be here on Wednesday.
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It’s confirmed my 65” C9 is arriving Tues morning. I’m nervous about the Panel lottery but D-Nice did say these should be better than later built models. Right?



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Here’s a couple daytime pictures. It’s still there but with bright suniight in the room the tint is masked a little. Still not acceptable to me plus the 3 dead pixels.
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Does the bottom half of the screen actually have a bluish hue, or is that a photo artifact?
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Here’s a couple daytime pictures. It’s still there but with bright suniight in the room the tint is masked a little. Still not acceptable to me plus the 3 dead pixels.
Give us lenghty review of upscaling and motion and compare it to. C8 and Sony
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Does the bottom half of the screen actually have a bluish hue, or is that a photo artifact?
The bottom half looks that way becaauss the top and sides have so much red tint that it makes the “regular white” areas look blue next to the red areas.

Honestly though I’d take blue tint over red.

Blue > yellow > red

I’m getting an exchange after showing they pictures and discussing...obviously.

Magnolia confirmed they will swap when they get more and it’s written in an email. Worst case I’ll just return and wait for more. I’ll post the 5% slides later when it gets darker. I think banding uniformity wise I haven’t seen any so I think the panel is pretty clear except for tint and dead pixels.
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Went into local BB yesterday and placed an order for the 65" C9 prior to having it up on their site. Scheduled delivery for Tuesday. This will be my first OLED replacing my 55KS8000.
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If y’all who gets yours this week let me know how tint goes.
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Got my order in at Best Buy this morning... picking up the 55” C9 on Wednesday! Fingers crossed for a good panel! Thanks to all for the info. and advise... keep it coming!!
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Well LG, you're 0/1 in quality control, I don't like that percentage.
Happens to the best of them. Lightning usually does not strike twice.
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Well LG, you're 0/1 in quality control, I don't like that percentage.
Happens to the best of them. Lightning usually does not strike twice.
I hope. They will have a new one either Tuesday or Friday on the next truck.
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Here’s a couple daytime pictures. It’s still there but with bright suniight in the room the tint is masked a little. Still not acceptable to me plus the 3 dead pixels.
Sorry to see you are getting hit with bad tinting but would love to see a pixture of your 5% grey if you get a chance.

Panel lottery is never good but in my experience (having returned 9 WOLEDs ) LG acknowledges near-white nonuniformity issues (tinting) far easier and more quickly than recognizing near-black nonuniformity issues (near-black streaking/banding/DSE).

Others have claimed the C9 is hetter near black (possibly including you) and I would like to see if you can share.

5% fieldvcaptured in a dark room would be good, 4% would be great and 3% (if you've got a tripod and can set a long exposure time) would be outstanding.

For reference, here is a pic of the 4% field on my 65C6P
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Happens to the best of them. Lightning usually does not strike twice.
Well...considering ive had 1 out of 4 tint free panels. Id invest in some lightning rods. All because they cant apply the filters correctly?
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Here’s a couple daytime pictures. It’s still there but with bright suniight in the room the tint is masked a little. Still not acceptable to me plus the 3 dead pixels.
Sorry to see you are getting hit with bad tinting but would love to see a pixture of your 5% grey if you get a chance.

Panel lottery is never good but in my experience (having returned 9 WOLEDs [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/eek.gif[/IMG]) LG acknowledges near-white nonuniformity issues (tinting) far easier and more quickly than recognizing near-black nonuniformity issues (near-black streaking/banding/DSE).

Others have claimed the C9 is hetter near black (possibly including you) and I would like to see if you can share.

5% fieldvcaptured in a dark room would be good, 4% would be great and 3% (if you've got a tripod and can set a long exposure time) would be outstanding.

For reference, here is a pic of the 4% field on my 65C6P
I’ll do what I have later, at least a 5%. No special camera, just phone camera.

Isf dark, owls light 35, and gamma 2.2 right?
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I’ll do what I have later, at least a 5%. No special camera, just phone camera.

Isf dark, owls light 35, and gamma 2.2 right?
I think you need to use nighthawk's light rather than owl's light .

Seriously, the settings almost don't matter - for typical darkroom you'd want gamma of 2.4 or BT.1886 and OLED Light of 30-35.

If the 5% pic comes off too bright, you can just lower OLED Light or Nrightness and take anoth pic. You want to get a field where the image appears dark grey but visibly above black to your eyes. The 4% I attached earlier is about right and attached here is a copy of my 3% - this is too dark to show the near-black non-uniformity that occassionally makes dark relatively-uniform scenes cringe-worthy...
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Lightbulb motion; 1080i broadcast up conversion further thoughts/observations please?

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How would u compare LG motion and upscaling to Sonys or c8? I hate the motion on c8


Agreed. Sure would like to hear about these two critical factors. We have greatly established and agreed that this particular LG OLED screen tint unit is "bad," but maybe we can focus a minute on another factor of this C9 model ? Pleeez? Thanks !

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How would u compare LG motion and upscaling to Sonys or c8? I hate the motion on c8


Agreed. Sure would like to hear about these two critical factors. We have greatly established and agreed that this particular LG OLED unit is "bad," but maybe we can focus a minute on another factor of this C( model ? Pleeez? Thanks ![IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]
It’s better than the C8 yes. As far as Sony I am not sure as I have never owned one. I know the guys at VE felt like it matched the AF9 this year. I know that’s not real detailed but one of the things about scaling that make makes it better than C8 is overall clean up of noise, helps make picture clearer overall.

Is there a free upscaling slide test I can use and take a picture for you guys? As my first impressions Friday, I could tell it was crisper and cleaner PQ wise when I first turned on having used a C8 for awhile before hand. Which in turn the C8 was definitely better than the old E6. My local news broadcast was actually my testing benchmark because I know how fuzzy it was on the E6, much better on C8, and then even better on C9.

I have no issues with my Directv. Of course crap in crap out, it can’t make miracles but I’m happy with the overall PQ between crispness and reduced noise.
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Some quick notes on the C9.....

Motion is better compared to the C8. Setting TruMotion to User with De-Judder and De-Blur to zero is far superior to using the same settings on the C8. Never use TruMotion with the 2018 LGs! Color accuracy is identical to the C8. Low end quantization errors visually are the same as the C8 on the .31 firmware (I will thoroughly test this tomorrow with test patterns). Upscaling of 1080i/720p content is improved compared to the C8. There is no screen tinting with 100% white and no banding with 3% stimuli. Both are identical to my C8 but do not expect the same with multiple panels (panel lottery is still in effect). So far, I am very impressed with the C9 but would not recommend anyone dump a C8 for it. More info, pictures, charts, etc will come over the next few days.
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Some quick notes on the C9.....

Motion is better compared to the C8. Setting TruMotion to User with De-Judder and De-Blur to zero is far superior to using the same settings on the C8. Never use TruMotion with the 2018 LGs! Color accuracy is identical to the C8. Low end quantization errors visually are the same as the C8 on the .31 firmware (I will thoroughly test this tomorrow with test patterns). Upscaling of 1080i/720p content is improved compared to the C8. There is no screen tinting with 100% white and no banding with 3% stimuli. Both are identical to my C8 but do not expect the same with multiple panels (panel lottery is still in effect). So far, I am very impressed with the C9 but would not recommend anyone dump a C8 for it. More info, pictures, charts, etc will come over the next few days.
So you’d recommend trumotion on 0,0 or off for all content?

Here’s a quick shot of my 5% and 10%. I haven’t seen any banding in content and have not seen any as DSE with soccer or hockey panning. Really a shame about my red tint because the lack of banding on this set is pretty good imo with less than 20 hours and no manual comps.
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So you’d recommend trumotion on 0,0 or off for all content?

Here’s a quick shot of my 5% and 10%. I haven’t seen any banding in content and have not seen any as DSE with soccer or hockey panning. Really a shame about my red tint because the lack of banding on this set is pretty good imo with less than 20 hours and no manual comps.
Your 5% is 'meh' - not worth rejectng but nothing to write home about either.

Rather than a 10% field, I'd rather see your 5% with and without BFI (increasing OLED Light to compensate for loss of brightess - should be ~133% of thenon-BFI setting if the +25% autocomensation remained in the production firmware).
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Your 5% is 'meh' - not worth rejectng but nothing to write home about either.

Rather than a 10% field, I'd rather see your 5% with and without BFI (increasing OLED Light to compensate for loss of brightess - should be ~133% of thenon-BFI setting if the +25% autocomensation remained in the production firmware).
The BFI is not 25. I am almost positive it is 75. I’ll verify tomorrow.
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So you’d recommend trumotion on 0,0 or off for all content?

Here’s a quick shot of my 5% and 10%. I haven’t seen any banding in content and have not seen any as DSE with soccer or hockey panning. Really a shame about my red tint because the lack of banding on this set is pretty good imo with less than 20 hours and no manual comps.
As of now, TrueMotion 0,0.
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Motion is better compared to the C8. Setting TruMotion to User with De-Judder and De-Blur to zero is far superior to using the same settings on the C8. Never use TruMotion with the 2018 LGs! Color accuracy is identical to the C8. Low end quantization errors visually are the same as the C8 on the .31 firmware (I will thoroughly test this tomorrow with test patterns). Upscaling of 1080i/720p content is improved compared to the C8. There is no screen tinting with 100% white and no banding with 3% stimuli. Both are identical to my C8 but do not expect the same with multiple panels (panel lottery is still in effect). So far, I am very impressed with the C9 but would not recommend anyone dump a C8 for it. More info, pictures, charts, etc will come over the next few days.

Do you prefer it over your Sony overall?


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Out of curiosity can you output your Xbox One X at [email protected], does the TV support this resolution ? I know older LG OLED's can do [email protected]



If so, does Freesync/VRR remain enabled doing so, which should indicate a ceiling of 120hz VRR



The way Xbox handles VRR is not ideal, there is a VRR category under capabilities in Xbox store front, which lists titles certified as compatible*, some games not certified will work but only games that use a locked vsync, anything with adaptive-vsync will not work and an awful lot of 30fps Xbox One games use this so VRR isn't going to work on those. Realistically your looking at 60fps games, rare games with unlocked frame rates like Sekiro and VRR certified games as the ones that get any benefit.



* Annoyingly the Xbox store has no chart = 'all' games listing either so your stuck with whats 'new' so if you filter by capability = VRR games previously tagged as VRR certified slip away from this listing, for example Gears 4 does not appear in the section despite being certified as VRR compatible.
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So you’d recommend trumotion on 0,0 or off for all content?

Here’s a quick shot of my 5% and 10%. I haven’t seen any banding in content and have not seen any as DSE with soccer or hockey panning. Really a shame about my red tint because the lack of banding on this set is pretty good imo with less than 20 hours and no manual comps.
Your 5% is 'meh' - not worth rejectng but nothing to write home about either.

Rather than a 10% field, I'd rather see your 5% with and without BFI (increasing OLED Light to compensate for loss of brightess - should be ~133% of thenon-BFI setting if the +25% autocomensation remained in the production firmware).
You’re missing the point. It would clean up even better in time and if I can’t see it in content or panning shots, then the 5% is good. Doesn’t matter since I’m exchanging.
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