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I'm not sure if lower prices will save OLEDs but they will certainly help. Plasmas were a lot cheaper and better than LCDs and still nobody bought them. OLEDs and plasmas cannot get as bright as LCDs so on the bright show room floors of best buy, fry's, target, and walmart, the LCDs will always look better. OLEDs and plasmas show their strengths in the dark.
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But even the current early-gen OLED TVs are brighter than Plasma ever was. I saw the now 1-year old 55EG9300 in Best Buy last year and the screen brightness was perfectly fine in that bright storefloor environment - it was very much "normal" in that the screen being bright or dim never even crossed your mind (and it from being distracted by being wowed by the colors/contrast/etc either since I was actually quite disappointed that most of my test videos looked like crap because the TV's built-in h.264 decoder seemed to lack in-loop filtering, likely for performance reasons).
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Originally Posted by Owari View Post

Playstation is really kicking some XB1 ass, that's for sure.

Yeah, Microsoft really dropped the ball there. The home entertainment system concept failed them with the original Xbox, not sure why they'd attempt the exact same thing again. Oh wait, yes I do: stupid management who lack common sense.

GJ Sony, without you we'd have Microsoft being sucessful at pushing agenda-based product.
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I'm not sure if lower prices will save OLEDs but they will certainly help. Plasmas were a lot cheaper and better than LCDs and still nobody bought them. OLEDs and plasmas cannot get as bright as LCDs so on the bright show room floors of best buy, fry's, target, and walmart, the LCDs will always look better. OLEDs and plasmas show their strengths in the dark.

Plasmas were discontinued because they couldn't make a profit off of them. They're vastly superior to LCD/LED tvs on a technological front.
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