has OLED TV come a fair ways in the last 2 years? that's the last time the f8500 plasma was neck to neck and tied with the best OLED.
From my understanding the best Kuro Elites blacks are on-par with zt/vt60 Pannys which are superior to F8500....so pretty amazing for panels from a decade ago.
There's no contest in zero black levels of OLED...but I haven't viewed OLED TV in dark rooms at proper distances to judge for their color repro and motion.
I hope I can find a way to downsample UHD Blu-ray to my F8500...then I can live with the buzzing, dirty screen door until 8K becomes affordable
Honestly I dont' find plasma motion impressive at all (maybe it's just my unit or Im sensitive) but what I believe is phosphor trails in 24p movies can be distracting...I haven't done enough research if there's a setting I can do to eliminate it.
Originally Posted by venom55520
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
if someone give half a rat's butt about IQ they should have their unit calibrated...so I wanna say that's a huge chunk of people buying TV over $1000 won't really find it a "luxury" and should really be a necessityEdited by twitchyzero - 7/24/16 at 11:59am