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Plasma looks that good, but doesn't get as bright. The true benefit of OLED's is how bright it can get while still having 0 black levels. Best contrast, detail, and color accuracy in the game bar none.

once calibrated for a dark room though OLED's brightness isn't that important
the F8500 is definitely an exception...it can go much brighter than most plasmas but to me inky blacks are way more important.
     
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once calibrated for a dark room though OLED's brightness isn't that important
the F8500 is definitely an exception...it can go much brighter than most plasmas but to me inky blacks are way more important.

Yeah of course, it's just that sometimes people don't have that luxury. Also, although plasma is ALMOST 0 black level, it is not, whereas the OLED's are. Still, I got the F5300b which apparently uses a panel that is very similar to the F8500 but not as bright and without the anti-reflection filter. Still pretty happy with the price I paid biggrin.gif
     
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Plasmas were awesome, I've had a few.....but OLED blows them off the map!
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Plasmas were awesome, I've had a few.....but OLED blows them off the map!

10 years old plasma have 1080 motion resolution while best OLED today don't have over 300.

Nuff said.

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Plasmas were awesome, I've had a few.....but OLED blows them off the map!

10 years old plasma have 1080 motion resolution while best OLED today don't have over 300.

Nuff said.

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I'm pretty sure you're a bit confused.

LOL,i am confused?

Plasma have 1080 motion resolution ten years ago.

Not a single LCD screen cannot pass 300 lines motion resolution today. Best LCD today can hardly match picture quality of plasma 10 years ago.
Best OLED today cannot pass 300 motion resolution without interpolation.

So,you are very confused in this case.
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I'm pretty sure you're a bit confused.

LOL,i am confused?

Plasma have 1080 motion resolution ten years ago.

Not a single LCD screen cannot pass 300 lines motion resolution today. Best LCD today can hardly match picture quality of plasma 10 years ago.
Best OLED today cannot pass 300 motion resolution without interpolation.

So,you are very confused in this case.
You do understand that plasma only had high motion resolution because it, in effect, was flickering, right? Samsung already has OLED displays with BFI. Motion resolution limit on most OLED displays is, very simply, a side effect of our visual system. It says nothing about the technology itself, which is superior to everything ever invented thus far.
    
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You do understand that plasma only had high motion resolution because it, in effect, was flickering, right? Samsung already has OLED displays with BFI. Motion resolution limit on most OLED displays is, very simply, a side effect of our visual system. It says nothing about the technology itself, which is superior to everything ever invented thus far.

Oh i understand perfectly.
Not a single LCD cannot surpass 300 motion resolution native. Not a single OLED can do that, OLED is native 300.
Plasma can.

I hope you understand that.
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You do understand that plasma only had high motion resolution because it, in effect, was flickering, right? Samsung already has OLED displays with BFI. Motion resolution limit on most OLED displays is, very simply, a side effect of our visual system. It says nothing about the technology itself, which is superior to everything ever invented thus far.

Oh i understand perfectly.
Not a single LCD cannot surpass 300 motion resolution native. Not a single OLED can do that, OLED is native 300.
Plasma can.

I hope you understand that.
My CRT has a max resolution of 2048x1536. It flickers annoyingly at the 85 Hz it runs to achieve that resolution.

BUT, HEY, AT LEAST IT HAS 1536 MOTION RESOLUTION! MUCH BETTER THAN PLASMA, LOL. AND IT'S OLDER THAN 10 YEARS, LOL.
    
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My CRT has a max resolution of 2048x1536. It flickers annoyingly at the 85 Hz it runs to achieve that resolution.

BUT, HEY, AT LEAST IT HAS 1536 MOTION RESOLUTION! MUCH BETTER THAN PLASMA, LOL.

Oh please,stop trolling.

Plasma was superior tech (and still is) for any LCD out there.wink.gif Especially in black levels and overall picture quality.

You can do whatever you want,but not a single LCD cannot surpass 300 motion resolution without heavy picture processing which turn movies in bloody soap operas.
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