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Now that I own a OLED, i don't look at LED's the same!

Its like whole nother world when watching a OLED, compared to a LED, I had the sony tvs X940E and the Js9500 samsung and yet none of comes close to a OLED picture, i mean mini leds TVs/Hisense ULED XD are moving in slowly and yet no one really know if their truly will be close to OLED picture...

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Which oled TV model did you buy and when? Does it look a bigger upgrade to you in hdr or sdr? What content have you watched , a good starting point for new owners is the 4k hdr Blu ray of Pacific Rim.
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Which oled TV model did you buy and when? Does it look a bigger upgrade to you in hdr or sdr? What content have you watched , a good starting point for new owners is the 4k hdr Blu ray of Pacific Rim.
I now have a Lg B8 OLED and yes it's very big upgrade when comes to dark movies and tru blacks, no lie and I've been on these forums for years and had so many tvs, and yet the OLED IMO is very outstanding.....
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I remember when I got an oled laptop and was blown away. I decided then my next TV would be oled it was the closest I could get to my Sony xbr960.

I bought a 65C7 months later.

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Maybe this should be moved to the OLED section of the forum.


I have a C8 in my house and will take my Q90 over my C8 for all of my critical viewing, which is mostly 4K HDR. It’s no contest when it comes HDR, as the OLED is simply not bright enough. I do prefer my OLED for lower quality sources though.

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I've gone through 5 different LED TVs over the last month then said screw it and got a B8 at a really good price. It comes Tuesday and I can't wait. The TV that came closest to making me happy was the Sony x950g because of the amazing picture quality. If the LG B8 can come close to the Sony in quality without the blooming issues I'll be over the moon. I watch pretty much all my content in a dark room so I don't need a bright TV and this makes the blooming of LED TVs very noticeable. Just seems oled is the right choice for my situation.
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Maybe this should be moved to the OLED section of the forum.





I have a C8 in my house and will take my Q90 over my C8 for all of my critical viewing, which is mostly 4K HDR. It’s no contest when it comes HDR, as the OLED is simply not bright enough. I do prefer my OLED for lower quality sources though.


I think the post is fine in this section of the forum. There are many who want to discuss comparisons between OLED vs LED and QLED.

I LOVE the OLED picture but I wanted a 75”, so for me, a 75” Q80 for $2300 with its anti glare screen vs $4000 for the 77” OLED was the better choice.


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I think the post is fine in this section of the forum. There are many who want to discuss comparisons between OLED vs LED and QLED.

I LOVE the OLED picture but I wanted a 75”, so for me, a 75” Q80 for $2300 with its anti glare screen vs $4000 for the 77” OLED was the better choice.


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Exactly, there is no "right" choice. It's different for everyone. There are reasons to get either technology.
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I've gone through 5 different LED TVs over the last month
I was Sony XE/XF9005 and Samsung Q9FN owner. OLED easily beats them all in PQ. At least for me
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coming from a some what high end 4k led, too a OLED 4k, its like seeing HDR and 4k for first time, its outstanding great...
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coming from a some high end 4k led, too a OLED 4k, its like seeing HDR and 4k for first time, its outstanding great...
It was like the same experience for me when I went from the C8 to the Q90. It was like I was rediscovering HDR all over again. I couldn’t believe the difference!

I still love my OLED for dimmer low quality sources though.




*I still think this OLED cheerleading session is in the wrong section of the forum. Mods can we please get this moved?

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It was like the same experience for me when I went from the C8 to the Q90. It was like I was rediscovering HDR all over again. I couldn’t believe the difference!

I still love my OLED for dimmer low quality sources though.




*I still think this OLED cheerleading session is in the wrong section of the forum. Mods can we please get this moved?

yeah that's the only thing u wont get from a OLED, is those strong high lights in HDR, but if you set up your OLED right, u wont miss it that much.. I had a 65JS9500 and it was very bright and wasn't bad tv by any means, but 4K OLED's are on a whole another level of picture quality, by far.. i feel a lot of people are missing out on this because of burn in, and they don't want to baby sit their tv, rightly so, i mean hell the way that picture looks, i don't care, its just that great...
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Maybe this should be moved to the OLED section of the forum.


I have a C8 in my house and will take my Q90 over my C8 for all of my critical viewing, which is mostly 4K HDR. It’s no contest when it comes HDR, as the OLED is simply not bright enough. I do prefer my OLED for lower quality sources though.
I agree this should probably be moved to the oled section, however if this thread is bothering you...you can simply ignore it.

It's no contest that HDR is better on the q90 in Your opinion remember that. The OP was not knocking LCD, just happy with his purchase, just like you are with your LCD.

Why is it Oled cheerleading when people show appreciation for their purchase??? So when you tout how "special" your q90 is, that's not cheerleading...yeah

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yeah that's the only thing u wont get from a OLED, is those strong high lights in HDR, but if you set up your OLED right, u wont miss it that much.. I had a 65JS9500 and it was very bright and wasn't bad tv by any means, but 4K OLED's are on are on whole another level of picture quality, by far.. i feel a lot of people are missing out on this because of burn in, and they don't want to baby sit their tv, rightly so, i mean hell the way that picture looks, i don't care, its just that great...
LCD TVs have to raise the black floor for those "highlights" while oled is absolute black and thus while those "highlights" are dimmer by the numbers will actually be more impactful, while some like those super bright sets, most videophiles value contrast.
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I've gone through 5 different LED TVs over the last month then said screw it and got a B8 at a really good price. It comes Tuesday and I can't wait. The TV that came closest to making me happy was the Sony x950g because of the amazing picture quality. If the LG B8 can come close to the Sony in quality without the blooming issues I'll be over the moon. I watch pretty much all my content in a dark room so I don't need a bright TV and this makes the blooming of LED TVs very noticeable. Just seems oled is the right choice for my situation.
oh it does and then some....
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Is this a serious thread?
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ummm yeah....
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ummm yeah....
Just checking, carry on then.
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Just checking, carry on then.
what is your input? cause it seems you don't agree....
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what is your input? cause it seems you don't agree....
Honestly, I wouldn't know because I don't own an OLED.

But just to let you know I'm not hating. If I were to own one, the Sony A9G would be most welcome.
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Honestly, I wouldn't know because I don't own an OLED.

But just to let you know I'm not hating. If I were to own one, the Sony A9G would be most welcome.
what tv do u have then?
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so how's DSE, banding, vignetting, ABL, low dynamic contrast in HDR and white uniformity with your set?

ignorance is truly a bliss sometimes.
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Did you test your "FABU" OLED screen for banding using brightness test patterns at 5%, 10%, 20% and 50% ?
Did you check it for blue/green/pink screen tint using brightness test pattern at 100% ?

Did you check it for DSE using grey test patterns ? Did you check it for burn-in and are you going to set the brightness control very/very low with dim picture to avoid burn in as some owners are now recommending ? Aren't you concerned about LG's own recommendation that to avoid widescreen bar burn-in owners should always set the aspect ratio to full screen if the content is different than standard 16:9, never mind the director's intent ?
Aren't you concerned about leaving "pause" for too long unintentionally when watching content on your TV and the results that might cause ?

Looking at the OLED thread for "screen uniformity discussion-banding and vignetting" all i see are those horrible pictures so many owners are posting and the general attitude that seem to be one of disgruntled acceptance.

If my Sony 940E looked anywhere near what those posted pictures of OLED screens look like i would have returned my set immediately as unacceptable.
Sure, the 940E does not reach the black floor level of OLED screens (although with measured 0.008 nits black level the 940E offers near true "black" to my eyes and many reviewers), it is capable of displaying much brighter highlights and luckily my set does not have any of those "pesky" issues i mentioned above.

Good luck with your purchase and perhaps you should ignore all i pointed out above and simply do what so many owners of OLED screens are now recommending : do not ever test your screen using test patterns as they might show poor screen uniformity which will lead to severe owner disappointment.
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so how's DSE, banding, vignetting, ABL, low dynamic contrast in HDR and white uniformity with your set?

ignorance is truly a bliss sometimes.

i just got my new tv yesterday, so i have yet to notice any banding or vignetting and when it comes to Low dynamic contrast in HDR, yes i would take that with true deep dark inky black levels...
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so how's DSE, banding, vignetting, ABL, low dynamic contrast in HDR and white uniformity with your set?

ignorance is truly a bliss sometimes.
Can't see it in my bright living room on my Q90R. Meanwhile with an OLED, I'd just see a reflection of the room worse than any of previous displays. Heh. (light-hearted jabs are light-hearted?)
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what tv do u have then?
65" + 75" Z9D.

I'll be honest though, I'm a Sony fanboy. So if I had a spare room, I would have gotten the Sony 65A9G for sure. Would have loved to be able to add an OLED to my current setup!
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Did you test your "FABU" OLED screen for banding using brightness test patterns at 5%, 10%, 20% and 50% ?
Did you check it for blue/green/pink screen tint using brightness test pattern at 100% ?

Did you check it for DSE using grey test patterns ? Did you check it for burn-in and are you going to set the brightness control very/very low with dim picture to avoid burn in as some owners are now recommending ? Aren't you concerned about LG's own recommendation that to avoid widescreen bar burn-in owners should always set the aspect ratio to full screen if the content is different than standard 16:9, never mind the director's intent ?i have yet to see any one with black bar burn in, on here or anywhere else
Aren't you concerned about leaving "pause" for too long unintentionally when watching content on your TV and the results that might cause ? Duh when you pause you to have to turn the tv off

Looking at the OLED thread for "screen uniformity discussion-banding and vignetting" all i see are those horrible pictures so many owners are posting and the general attitude that seem to be one of disgruntled acceptance.have yet to see anything like that on my tv, just got it yesterday

If my Sony 940E looked anywhere near what those posted pictures of OLED screens look like i would have returned my set immediately as unacceptable.
Sure, the 940E does not reach the black floor level of OLED screens (although with measured 0.008 nits black level the 940E offers near true "black" to my eyes and many reviewers), it is capable of displaying much brighter highlights and luckily my set does not have any of those "pesky" issues i mentioned above.don't get me started on LED's issues, we would be here all day lol

Good luck with your purchase and perhaps you should ignore all i pointed out above and simply do what so many owners of OLED screens are now recommending : do not ever test your screen using test patterns as they might show poor screen uniformity which will lead to severe owner disappointment.
again everything seems fine
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65" + 75" Z9D.

I'll be honest though, I'm a Sony fanboy. So if I had a spare room, I would have gotten the Sony 65A9G for sure. Would have loved to be able to add an OLED to my current setup!
hey its for sure something to own.... OLED has the best picture hands down, well to me it does and the depth of the picture is more important too me then how bright something is......
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again everything seems fine
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It may seem fine to your eyes but the "proof is in the pudding" : are you planning on eventually testing it using digital brightness patterns ? Or are you going to skip that step altogether, as so owners are now recommending ?

If and when you do so, please post your impressions on this thread by then.

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I now have a Lg B8 OLED and yes it's very big upgrade when comes to dark movies and tru blacks, no lie and I've been on these forums for years and had so many tvs, and yet the OLED IMO is very outstanding.....
I bet you never knew you liked movie credits so much, huh SO nice seeing that total blackout.
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