Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by aokman, Oct 3, 2018.
Vincent Teoh, for sure.
I watch almost all of my youtube without signing in so no like or dislike, plus the only people who click that are ones who think their voice should be heard on the internet when in reality no one gives a shit about 'reactions'.
For whatever reason i don't think they could play with the big boys in the oled market, and/or simply that they are happier in a lower market price point.
Can't say I'm exactly disappointed.
Wow the haloing on that screenshot looks horrid.
See in order to see what's going on with this tv in the video, I would actually have to watch it, adding to the views. So inadvertently the imagery and your promotion of the video is definitely a factor adding to the click count.
PS: You kinda need to bring in comparison channels in the peer group of whatever interest group you want to call it (male PC gamers from casual to hardcore?) to see what's going on. With Linus, yes he has a style, but he's regular, timely and above average production quality content that's relevant to the demographic. His videos might be shallow in depth, but much like a book has a contents and an index, not everyone wants to know all of that all the time.
TH-65GZ1000U Panasonic 65 INCH OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR TV
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This. I don't click on anything with that idiot's face on it. I have no desire to encourage him, nor finance him through advertising income.
what's the saying about protesting too much, me thinks?
Keen as for 48" c10 OLED to replace my (beautiful but slightly too big second monitor) Samsung Q75 55"
G-sync, better size and of course OLED perfect blacks and insane pixel response times.
I hope the 48" sells real well and they go even smaller. Imagine a 32" OLED 4K 120hz Dolby Vision HDR G-Sync for $1,500.. would feel sorry for people who bought stuff like the ASUS ROG PG27UQ
FALD blooming always looks worse in videos, bit like back light bleed always looks worse in photos.
Id never buy Hisense again though, horrible OS and they abandon firmware updates after 12 months and half to the time to get them you have to contact them to get hold of it.
well they were trying to flog their units at much the same price with inferior software so you would be nuts to but their unit over Lgs
yeah hisense OS sux and they abandon updates after 12 months, and they are hard to get a hold of.
LG sold panels to them at a price that meant they were never that much cheaper anyway, might as well wait for sale on LG.
Until they can fix degrading, burn in and limited brightness, I don't think OLED will stay king for long though. MicroLED sounds like itl be the ultimate.
some speculation/reports (on youtube) that LG is exiting the OLED market.
find it rather difficult to think its anything except click bait.
LG or LGD? Neither seems likely but it's a meaningful distinction.
Not a whisper anywhere that isn't YouTube. Weird.
If anything I can imagine LGD announcing that they're done trying to improve W-OLED...it seems to me like it's past time to switch focus, either back to RGB OLED or onwards to QD-OLED.
Not exiting as such... just expanding their options, OLED hasn't made them much money.
One protest per video posted. It's only fair.
What is that article even trying to say? They're pitching it as if uLED would be the mass-market tech and OLED the premium tech, and that doesn't match any of my expectations about what uLED is...
But then the topline does say LCD-microLED, which suggests a hybrid tech - LCD FALD with microLEDs maybe? Current uLED displays are way too large for consumer-scale TVs because each pixel element is still fairly big, but they're small compared to existing LED backlights....
If current tech can produce a 130-odd inch 4K uLED panel (technically multiple tiled panels) it seems reasonable that you could build a 65" 1080p panel.... if you could drive that as a backlight for an LCD it might work pretty well?
whos the target audience for that panel ?
the legal blind ?
Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant a 1080p 65" microLED backlight for a 4K (or 8K) LCD.
ok, that makes a lot more sense
EBay plus has the 65" LG B9 for $2,440 PP at moment.