OLED's OLED's OLED's!

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  1. JSmithDTV

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    Maybe to do with the way they chop up the large OLED sheets into certain sizes...


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    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Yeah I checked TGG's website and they had those 58-60 sizes but all in lesser brands.
     
  3. Kosti

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    exaclty just crap but would be happy if these brands like TCL and Hisense Would do a 60 oled, seriously what about people in small homes


    speaking of homes, if u want to fund my renovation well yes I now have to build a house to suit stupid tv sizes like 77

    Kogan has 60in 4K LCD TV some 8 series and 9 series TV yet the 8 is more expensive than the 9 and I don’t know what the difference is other than the price tag?
     
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    My mum purchased a LG B9 65'' for herself during the boxing day sales for $2800 @ jb. They are back up to 3500 now. It was a great buy, the sound quality isn't too bad either although it can't really compare to a dedicated speaker. I do like the app interface too. She can finally and properly retire the Sammy plasma to the spare bedroom to live out its days in peace.
     
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    They buy a 55"?

    Anyway. Hisense literally can't. The panels do not exist.

    Um...what? You stand it on a TV cabinet or hang it on the wall. So long as you don't do something really dumb like build the TV into a bunch of display cabinetry (what is this, the 90s?) it's not an issue at all.

    Anyway, it's an arbitrary size in inches....what's more dumb about 1956mm compared to 1905mm?
     
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    Who cares... don't bother buying Kogan.

    Maybe it's so Ruslan can buy another fabergé egg. ;)


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    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Well not really. Is this a recess/niche (like those shower niches) we are talking about? In your new house don't have an alcove/recess : p
     
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    No way you read that whole article in 2 minutes... and the response shows same tbh.


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    Interesting, but I'll believe that Samsung will sell a QD-OLED in 2021 when I see it.

    QD-OLED is a cool hack, but I'm not sure that it solves a problem that actually matters for TVs. Burn-in is a non-issue for realistic use, and QD-OLED doesn't inherently offer the higher brightness of QD-LCD. If I were Samsung I'd go all-in on the 24-48" space - solving the burn-in problem would be a huge win for PC monitors. Focus on uLED to supplant OLED in the TV space.
     
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    people used to crap on about burn in when i bought a plasma, my 10 yo plasma has no burn in.

    image retention is a thing but burn in is really rare.
     
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    I certainly hope they do.


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    He wasnt wrong with his assertion though. None of those technologies will be in consumer hands this year or next.
    Burn In is really not a problem for regular use. I have zero in my 3500 hours on my B6 based on a recent test. And I "think" I dont have any decrease in colour or brightness.

    I wouldn't choose to go back to a LED based screen again.
     
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    Except for PC use, right?

    I wonder if something like DisplayFusion could be hacked up to prevent burn in by doing something like pixel-shift the TVs do but on a larger scale. Put everything in a, say, 3640 * 1960 box and then shift that box around slowly in the 100px margins... I'd buy a 48" OLED for PC use if there was some OS/utility-level support for preventing burn-in going beyond "auto-hide the taskbar, use black wallpaper, use dark mode everywhere it's possible, and set a blank-screen screensaver to run aggressively". That should all help but I'm just not sure it's enough.
     
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    Maybe. I think I am going to go the 48" CX for my main screen now. For secondary purposes, LED is fine as its not quality I am looking for.
     
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    Neither would I currently. Super happy with the oled's I have right now. Just hope I get some mileage out of them before I want to go to new tech.
     
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    Microled screens would nice though, as would QD-OLED. I'm not waiting for those to get perfected though, as OLED is out now and far superior to anything else available.

    Anyone seen any bargains on the 65'' 2019 models yet?
     
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    No it’s where our current 50in TV is on a ugly tv cabinet. If the TV is larger than 60 it would over hand through the thoroughfare and hit you as you walk in and out of the room

    it’s a old house I’m afraid and can’t do anything about where the unit resides

    sux for me, screw u TV makers for not making a 60in OLED!
     

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