WagnerRC wrote: »
damn it. forgot about the stored programs. crap.
Mikey081057 wrote: »
There goes all of your DVR content. Someday this dish and receiver are all going to go away and will be on the interwebs with storage in the cloud... Even Directv is going to do that too. You can already get Directv NOW which is their streaming service.
pawelmwo wrote: »
Going to weigh in here a bit. I own an OLED and have demoed a handful of QLED and high end LEDs. While the QLED can hit the black levels of an OLED in some scenes. It just doesn’t compare overall. You have occasional residual light spill from the dimming zones. OLED is self emissive so when you see black the pixel turns off. This gives you a gorgeous contrast ratio in the dark. OLED is going to give you the closest experience to a plasma at 1/3 of the weight and low power consumption. With regards to OLED not being good with motion I disagree. Cut the cord and use YouTubeTV or HuluTV and those stream at 60fps. Compared to my Panasonic plasma I am very happy with the LG C8. It is a ton brighter. I have to have my brightness maxed out on the plasma to reach 50% on the OLED. Dolby Vision and HDR10 UHD look fantastic. You can also pick up OLEDs at a fraction of the cost of QLED now at places like greentoe.
My only complaint with the OLED is that you do play a bit of a panel lottery. My first one had a lot of posterizarion in the shadows, banding at 5% grey and developed a vertical bar after 1000 hours. After they replaced it my second one is perfect. Great tonality in the shadows and perfect ISF picture modes. I didn’t even bother running a calibration yet it looks so good. It really is a treat watching anything on this set, especially movies with a lot of dark scenes. Every seat in the house is great. LED’s are just going to look washed out and blacks turn grey off axis.
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