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For what OLED offers its pointless to buy any other TV technology. I use C7 55" and I tried so many different panels in the past year starting from 1080p 60Hz TN to 4K IPS 120Hz HDR1000 with local dimming and nothing comes close. You always sacrifice something in terms of picture quality with other technologies.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
Traditionally TVs have had poor input lag but pretty much all the high end TVs released by the major brands in 2019 have decent input lag, 13-20 ms seems to be the industry norm for both LCD and OLED TVs in their low latency game modes. Gaming monitors can do even better but even 20ms is not bad and these 2019 LG OLEDs are on the lower end at around 13ms. Response times have actually not been a problem for a while now but I suspect you are using the term to describe any input lag without caring if it is due to display electronics or pixel response times.

OLEDs have always had very good response times but until the last few years they had fairly poor input lag due to the electronics, like many other TVs. Since reviews started measuring it the TV manufacturers have finally started putting effort into reducing input lag on TVs.
Ahhh, I see. Interesting, thanks!

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For what OLED offers its pointless to buy any other TV technology. I use C7 55" and I tried so many different panels in the past year starting from 1080p 60Hz TN to 4K IPS 120Hz HDR1000 with local dimming and nothing comes close. You always sacrifice something in terms of picture quality with other technologies.
i'll get myself drunk enough to order one if I see one going for less than $1400, over the holiday.

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Have been gaming on a sony 75" LED with my PC for over a year and while its an ok mid-range screen, very keen on LG oled especially with G-SYNC/hdmi 2.1 etc.

Only problem is the price- 65" models seem to be very well priced but the next model up 77" is a ridiculous jump (2.5x where I am). Can't go down to a 65" so i'll be waiting a bit longer I guess
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... i guess? Those prices aren't all that special, at least state side.

Amazon could drop off a 55 c9 tomorrow for $100 less.

unfortunately, i'm inheriting two giant office TVs next weekend, so i've gotta get those sold off before i can even think about another panel. I'm 31, and have technically never purchased a TV. They're always given to me, or inherited for some reason.

I think one is a 70"+ sammy 4K though.
I havent seen a 65 c9 under 2500 yet.

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For what OLED offers its pointless to buy any other TV technology. I use C7 55" and I tried so many different panels in the past year starting from 1080p 60Hz TN to 4K IPS 120Hz HDR1000 with local dimming and nothing comes close. You always sacrifice something in terms of picture quality with other technologies.
The only thing i'd have to point out that OLED loses in is peak brightness compared to like a Samsung Q90R and burn-in. I did a lot of searching around and researching at multiple Best Buys/Costco/Online... Basically any open-box unit had significant burn-in not worth buying and when spending over a grand, you just want everything to be perfect. Sure it can take at least 3-4 years to develop burn-in, but still need to consider it because it will happen...
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I havent seen a 65 c9 under 2500 yet.
yeah, i'm looking @ the 55's.

still want it on my desk.

not to mention, it turns out the GIIIAAANT Sammy i'm inheriting is QLED.

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Once you go OLED....

... you get severe burn in.

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The only thing i'd have to point out that OLED loses in is peak brightness compared to like a Samsung Q90R and burn-in. I did a lot of searching around and researching at multiple Best Buys/Costco/Online... Basically any open-box unit had significant burn-in not worth buying and when spending over a grand, you just want everything to be perfect. Sure it can take at least 3-4 years to develop burn-in, but still need to consider it because it will happen...
QLED need the peak brightness to compensate for terrible contrast ratio. 3-4 years to develop Burn-in which you have to test for and probably not noticeable is more than fine with me. It easy to burn in an OLED but at the same time its easy not to get burn in. OLED is not everyone.

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