Fixed it and got it working
From post #1I better grab the popcorn and sit back. Hope DNice is there also.
If you have a Roku, do as I am doing. Run it through Roku to the TV and I am not on FacebookIs there anyway to see the sshow without being forced to join facebook? It blocks the whole screen.
Well, none that were enough to kill it, in my opinion, but it had clear issues with color accuracy and even the gamma curve (at least as D-Nice calibrated it, and he did say it was a trade-off), plus the ABL thing annoyed me plenty.
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My question is:I think the Samsung OLED did much better with motion handling than the LG OLED, and was one area that contributed to the experts picking the Samsung.
By some? Probably. By the majority? Probably not.
However, I would believe that the majority would clearly see the viewing angle issues. That would be something that just about any consumer could pick up on at the store without any special content. And I think that it would probably be a lot more important to the consumer looking to invest in one of these displays.
My Sony has issues with motion when running the test discs. Do I notice it when watching actual content? Rarely, if ever. However I notice it's viewing angle problems every time I get up and move about the room.
Personally, I would place no more weight on motion issues as I would viewing angle issues. And from David's earlier post, it sounded like the viewing angle on the Samsung OLED was bad, the worst I've ever heard of. I have never seen a display that had the gray ramps change to colors off angle. To me, that's a serious issue. :dontknow:
Looking forward to your valuationSwitching between a ZT60 and a 9800, the motion is only occasionally noticed to be slightly blurrier with pans on 24p content on the latter and thus I would gladly forgo the former for infinite blacks. When football season officially starts, I'll be testing it on the 9800 to see if there is any intolerable blurriness. The new forthcoming panels should be at least as good if not better with motion.
In another month or two, both a 65" and 77" are arriving. I can't wait^But then you lose that sensation of a floating window in complete darkness.
Sharp Elite class-beating performance could potentially do it, but the glaring absence of any options between 65" and 120" makes it a moot point right now anyway.
Oh, sorryThe OLEDs, yes, and I'm anxious to have one of my own...I was referring to the lack of proposed size options for the Vizio R FALD with a higher zone count than the venerable Elite.