If I may, at the risk of trying the patience of members in this room, I would like to ask just one more question on the c6. Please forgive me for that. What I'd like to ask about regards details displayed in near-dark areas. I know that on my TV a near-black picture often crushes shadows. And so I'm asking if there can be a calibrated improvement in this area with the c6. Thanks for any help you can give me with my question.As I've noted in the 3D room, I was originally going to keep my 3D LED TV for another year before buying into OLED, but am now seriously considering buying the 65" c6. I would keep that model for three years before upgrading it to a 2020 OLED, and apparently being forced to finally give up 3D.
I know I have to act fast on this, and so I am asking the members of this forum who own the c6 to give me some much-needed info on this TV that I can't really get anywhere else. My questions are as follows:
1. I read on Amazon a critique from one customer who said that the TV was too fragile, and I got the impression that if a person just breathed on it, it would shatter into a million pieces. I've read that nowhere else, but could you please comment on that? I have no children in my house, and I take extra-good care of my Home Theater equipment, but is there anything for me to worry about?
2. I've read that motion-judder isn't a major problem for the c6 except with 24fps blu-rays or 4k blu-rays. I have the anti-judder setting at its lowest level on my LED TV because I hate the soap-opera effect, and so I do have occasional judder during panning. I don't have a problem with that, and I notice that the same thing happens to movies in our local theaters. Should I have anything to be concerned about with the c6?
3. When I viewed the b6 at our local B&M I decided to stand 11 feet away, three feet to the left of the left edge of the screen, and I noticed no color shift. This is the area I sit in when I have company over. Would I have any problem with color-shift on the c6?
4. What about the curve? Looking directly at the screen there won't be a problem, but is it at all distracting to you when sitting at an angle?
5. Finally, how complex will it be to properly set the TV up for HDR 4k viewing, and for getting the best overall broadcast picture? I have to give my Sony credit for one thing: setting it up was super-simple. I expect some work with the c6, but I hope I don't have to have a chemist's degree to produce a satisfactory picture.
Please forgive me for asking all these questions, but as time is a factor here, any input from the members here would be appreciated more than I can tell you. Thanks for all opinions and advice.