Looking for a recent tv not sure how legit these info are:
Macroblocking/near black chrominance overshoot (only with LG)
Color Volume going down the more whites are on screen
OLED's response time so good that it produces worse perceived stutter.
Angled viewing still produces color temp shifting
Auto brightness Limiter
Is everyone ready to always change content to mitigate burn in? Specially with browsers?
Not sure how much regular folks want to babysit a display but I guess these can be treated as a more disposable display even when the prices are still pretty high.
They can also buy super expensive bestbuy oleds and expensive warranty that is the only one that covers burn in but imo better of buying oled close out prices every year than buying expensive oled with expensive warranty and keeping that for a few years. e.g.
BESTBUY 55 E8 = $ 1900-2200 + 300-400 warranty
BUYDIG/BeachCamera/3rd party/Google Express deals, brand new = $ 1200-1300 happened 5 times the past 3 months.
On a brighter note, oleds can produce very high brightness in HDR with little to no blooming. High brightness so long as there aren't much white on screen.
Having taken home two good FALD sets (Sony X900F and P55-F1), better to use it directly in front, not even 1 feet off center or else blooming looks pretty bad. Won't see such on an oled. FALD on a monitor might not be so bad since you're gonna be directly in front of the screen and usually not meant to be shared as a family tv.
Still, basically trading a can of worms for a pile of dung. Choose your poison.
Last edited by tubers; 02-19-2019 at 01:46 AM.