The 4k Samsung I have now has terrible judder if you are watching something like footy. Will certainly look out for this with a new one.
The Storm concept would be illegal in most countries, certainly the U.K., Europe and USA (the latter doesn’t even allow matrix lights). The concept shown in the second half of the video has found its way into the eTron, which uses OLED tiles in a more conventional manner.5 years or not
Seems some of the best designs never come to market
I have to correct you on viewing Angles my friend the award winning Samsung Q90R picture can seen from any angle and when it comes HDR and picture pop un beaten in this dept My ideal set would have been a 77" Sony OLED AG9 but l wasn't willing to pay £5k-£6k for a TV Sony's picture processing is the best in the Oled market horses for courses as they say
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£1600 for the 55" AG9 at Currys. Another one for the list. TaI have to correct you on viewing Angles my friend the award winning Samsung Q90R picture can seen from any angle and when it comes HDR and picture pop un beaten in this dept My ideal set would have been a 77" Sony OLED AG9 but l wasn't willing to pay £5k-£6k for a TV Sony's picture processing is the best in the Oled market horses for courses as they say
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Thanks, for the correction on viewing angles, I have not viewed that Q90R and that surprises me. the one thing I do not like on a telly is picture pop, too artificial and that is why I calibrate all the weird settings in custom mode, just go to custom settings for SDR, HDR and Dolby and you will get an idea of calibration settings.
Cheers mate. Will take that onboard.
Not really into the Anals of tv calibration mate in the last 30 years l have some stunning tvs even had the first 36 inch widescreen tv on the market by Phillips..... Pioneer 50 inch rear projection tv....loads of Sony Trinitron sets even had a 34 inch S series top the range set....it weighed 13 stone...All in the 90s...THX Sound systems, Laserdisc use to import NTSC discs from the states.....My eyes are the calibration tools l use.
Today's sound equipment/TV's aint that great of an advancement its just that TV's have got larger for less money.....disposable as well its lucky you get 5 years out of a set now
l could never see past Pioneer Tv's Kuro etc etc production stopped then l went to Sony who then dropped the ball by putting all their efforts in development of games consoles that's when LG/Samsung....grabbed the ball. When Sony try they can make the best sets on the market....the AG9 is that very one
Are you 100% sure on the viewing angle mate. There is zero drop off with the oleds. I know Samsung have made a lot of progress to address this issue on the qled’s but I’m not convinced there’s no drop off at all ?
If you view straight on its an irrelevance anyway.
Hdr pop agree, that is the Sammy’s trump card but the oleds are still amazing. I prefer the LG operating system over the Sony which is the reason I went that route.
like I say either option great ... most important thing is to get a good panel !!!
lol I spent a mini fortune on laser discs too ... used to purchase some ntsc ones up from Tower records when I as in London on business ... at the time laser discs were ace
like you I’ve them all from vhs to now 4K.
The Viewing angles on the top of range qleds are excellent the one connect box is brilliant suits my system the LG's magic wand remote is not befitting of a tv at that price Samsung gives you 2 remotes on their range topping sets one is for daily use which easy to use the other is of made brushed genuine Aluminum it's real slick looking too good to use lol blooming is slight but acceptable only noticeable in the likes of a movie like Gravity...even then its rarely noticeable the LG C9 was not compatible for room and would have stuck out more from the wall than my Q90r does my room is only 4 metres Sq with a king size bed bang slap in the middle lol the picture that my Pioneer lx500 fires up on to my Sammy has to be seen to believed.....Sound Quality is amazing it's only when you pass a picture of this standard "disc dependant" you realize how capable your tv panel is....QLED or OLED.....as l said before it depends on the source material you feed your tv l dont watch terrestrial tv or stream faux 4k hdr