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pretty sure extended warranty would've covered them though. I guess I should check that. if not, then I gotta scratch them off my list.

like I've been saying to people. OLED is the dream screen, they're disposable
I agree. Its still better solution than the 4k120 monitors. An 32inch 1000nit HDR10, Gsync/Freesync, 120mhz-144mhz, etc 4k120 monitor is going to cost 3000usd plus. That and the gaming variants aren't anywhere near production (though they have announced the monitor existence in trade shows).

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they'll exist overnight, after the consoles drop, but they'll definitely be stupidly expensive.

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BestBuy website says these will be arriving mid to late July in the US. You can pre-order now if you want.

Edit: saw a post on reddit that apparently someone who ordered it from BB actually already got it. So maybe they are in the warehouses and just waiting for a "release day". You might get lucky and have one of the dumb employees ship yours out too early too.


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Beach camera has them in stock. Ordered mine, they got 19 in. 2 left.

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Beach camera has them in stock. Ordered mine, they got 19 in. 2 left.
Thanks! Looks like I got the last one.

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I think I'm going to wait and see how good Vizio's OLED's end up being and if they are a match for LG's. $2000 MSRP for a 65" OLED is insane. $1,299.99 for the 55".

At the very least hopefully they will bring OLED's pricing down.

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I think I'm going to wait and see how good Vizio's OLED's end up being and if they are a match for LG's. $2000 MSRP for a 65" OLED is insane. $1,299.99 for the 55".

At the very least hopefully they will bring OLED's pricing down.
Yea I saw that. Considering that the LG B9 55" has been $1299 since earlier this year, the fact that Vizio is launching their OLED at the same price means they aren't playing around. It will be interesting to see if they are competitive from a processing perspective (We know the panel is good. It's the same ones LG and Sony are using.)

Also... just in case you guys want to see some glorious Titanfall 2 OLED contrast goodness. No way an LCD will EVER match this beauty. No backlight, no blooming, just perfect color and contrast.
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Yea I saw that. Considering that the LG B9 55" has been $1299 since earlier this year, the fact that Vizio is launching their OLED at the same price means they aren't playing around. It will be interesting to see if they are competitive from a processing perspective (We know the panel is good. It's the same ones LG and Sony are using.)

Also... just in case you guys want to see some glorious Titanfall 2 OLED contrast goodness. No way an LCD will EVER match this beauty. No backlight, no blooming, just perfect color and contrast.
The new Visio P-Series Quantum X TVs are 3000 Nits though, OLED will never match that level of "Punch". "Perfect Black" is important in some circumstances, but not all.
The biggest advantage of OLED is still pixel response.
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The biggest advantage of OLED is still pixel response.
I strongly disagree. That it isn't important in all circumstances does not diminish the importance of perfect blacks. As someone who always views my display in a dark room perfect blacks are by far the biggest advantage of OLED. That glowing uneven black LCDs always have looks absolutely terrible when you can see it in.

If you are in a very brightly lit room your HDR image is not going to have as much punch no matter what your display does. Perfect blacks are very important in any situation where the viewer is trying to maximize image quality. Sure brighter is better in a bright room, and I would recommend a bright LCD for someone who always watches in a very brightly lit room, but it is still the perfect black that is the only important difference between the screens. Even this user will close the curtains and turn off the lights if they wanted to watch a favorite movie at the highest apparent quality, and then they would notice the higher blacks. For this same user the slower response times will always go unnoticed in any viewing situation. A good LCD is fast enough that most people cannot notice the difference, and some of the few that do prefer the slower response times because on OLEDs low frame rate video seems choppier without the slight blur caused by the slower response times.

The fast pixels are an advantage in my mind but compared to the perfect blacks they are almost not even worth mentioning.

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I strongly disagree. That it isn't important in all circumstances does not diminish the importance of perfect blacks. As someone who always views my display in a dark room perfect blacks are by far the biggest advantage of OLED. That glowing uneven black LCDs always have looks absolutely terrible when you can see it in.

If you are in a very brightly lit room your HDR image is not going to have as much punch no matter what your display does. Perfect blacks are very important in any situation where the viewer is trying to maximize image quality. Sure brighter is better in a bright room, and I would recommend a bright LCD for someone who always watches in a very brightly lit room, but it is still the perfect black that is the only important difference between the screens. Even this user will close the curtains and turn off the lights if they wanted to watch a favorite movie at the highest apparent quality, and then they would notice the higher blacks. For this same user the slower response times will always go unnoticed in any viewing situation. A good LCD is fast enough that most people cannot notice the difference, and some of the few that do prefer the slower response times because on OLEDs low frame rate video seems choppier without the slight blur caused by the slower response times.

The fast pixels are an advantage in my mind but compared to the perfect blacks they are almost not even worth mentioning.
If you're looking at a mid-day landscape OLED loses nearly all of its advantage, in many cases there will be no black pixels across the entire image.
Statically, LCD is wholly superior when the average brightness is above a certain level. Even if there are a few near black pixels, if the amount of dark content is too small it will still be inconsequential. These VA type QLED panels can reach very high native contrast, 6,000:1 is not difficult to find, enough to cover almost any change in pixel to pixel brightness, and the color volume with Quantum Dot adds a level of vibrance OLED inherently cannot match.
With the right content you could put IPS, VA and OLED side by side in a blind test and lot of people would be confused which is VA and which is OLED.

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