Oh, there’ll be scenes where the low native CR will be noticed with LD especially when it’s only in the 1667:1 neighborhood.
But Q90T has a wide viewing angle and It has good Native contrast
Rtings mentioned that TV is gsync compatible. I was curious to check it, so I did. It is definitely not validated for gsync. But you can enable it any way. Pendulum demo worked. When I did simulate 40 fps, it was showing 80hz in status bar, indication of LFC working.
I would like to test contrast ratio as well myself, but I don't know how rtings disables dimming for measuring.
LD is always on High for HDR. CE on High would blow out the highlights in 96% of the HDR content, so there are exceptions. it all depends on the mastering.What LD setting are most using for HDR, standard or High? Also can someone explain in more detail, what the shadow detail setting does...it seems similar to a contrast setting? Is it ok to lower it in HDR?? TIA!
My 65” Q95T also has terrible screen uniformity. It has significant DSE that seems to correspond to the FALD LED array situated behind the LCD layer. It manifests as a grid that is super noticeable during sports and games when panning the camera over sky or water. It will be replaced by the retailer in a week or two.From the rtings.com review, it seems like the gray uniformity issues are consistent with the experience of some users here:
â€œThere appears to be uniformity issues where the LED zones are, as parts of the screen look botchy. Itâ€™️s very noticeable on white screens, as you can see in this photo, which is heavily edited to show the effect.â€
I admit the heavily edited photo looks bad, but I wonder how bad it would look to me IRL.
Congrats my man! Looking forward to hearing your impressions. I bought the 82 inch that's supposed to be here Friday. Crossing my fingers I like it better than my Sony 940E.^I just bought the 75Q800t and compared to my 75q8fn, its pretty darn good as far as contrast goes.