Assuimng you're not a spammer, feel free to go to our post-padding thread to get yourself up to 5 (system sometimes takes up to an hour to update once yuo've done this). :T
Just out of curiosity, did you calibrate either of them?I was deciding between the 65737 and the 65837 about 6 months ago. The consensus at the time was that it was worth it to get the 837 mainly for the better blacks it provides. So, I bought the 65837. I've since then also purchased the 60C9 (clone of the 737). If I have them side by side, I can see a slight difference in black level, but IMO it's not worth the extra money, and if I had to do it over again, I would have purchased the 65737
So it's a semi-fair comparison :TNot professionally, but they've both been calibrated with DVE-BD
I've only had one person tell me they couldn't see the difference in sets after I've adjusted just using DVE, and that's my cousin who's had vision problems his whole life.did the DVE-BD improve the picture drastically, or only to the degree that someone with a trained eye would notice?
If you think you want to hire a pro, go for it. If you think you want to learn to do it yourself, go for it, but be prepared, to do anything beyond the 5 basic settings can be (for some) a long steep learning curve, as well as an investment in equipment. If you're like me, the learning experience is well worth the sweat equity, or even if you're not like me but like to tweak and tweak and tweak... but if you're only going to do it once, it's probably not worth the ROI to DIY, depending on how much your time is worth to you.I've never calibrated a TV before, but should probably look into it.