Zero dse. But then again I never ever saw dse on any oled. Samsungs are plagued with Dse and if you're coming from one of those to any oled, you'll be really happy. The uniformity issues that effect oleds are not light grayscale uniformity issues but very dark gray/near black. You won't see it in sports but you will may see it in some very dark scenes. And how it will effect you mostly depends on your sensitivity to it. I personally am not effected by it unless it's a super bad panel, but my current a90j is solid.How is DSE / Banding on this set?
I'm coming from a Q90T which I love, except for its terrible DSE, went through multiple panels and they are all very bad when watching sports or playing bright games
His night mode settings have a very low brightness level. Very odd cause even if it did have noticeable asbl, that wouldn't creep in when on a lower brightness and peak luminance setting.If I’m using his night (custom pro 1) settings, I don’t notice it, but when using the brighter daytime (custom pro 2) settings, it’s pretty bad when watching Phillies and Flyers games. I have not noticed it in non-sports programming so far.
The CX has it too, every oled I have ever seen has this. All OLEDS and I believe even LEDs will look warped when off at an angle. It’s like saying I returned my tv because when I blink I cannot see the screen. It is 100% acceptable to return the display to save money. Just realize issues that are not there when watching the display are not issues.
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On my settings I only see Adv color temperature:Multi point (10). How do I get it to multi point 20?
Yes, I agree. They are doing really professional reviews and what is the most important, they are also using a lot of time to make all possible observations and measurements. Looking forward to hear their conclusions. Whatever the outcome is, I trust them.Since numbers never lie is the buzz phrase nowadays, here is more concrete evidence from one of the most highly respected technical review sites and some preliminary numbers ahead of their full review. SDR measures 520 nits after calibration. Dnice measured sdr at 540. Both numbers are within margin of error. This is no fluff piece review site. Their credentials are impeccable.