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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native) OLED Motion Pro
  • Processor: α9 Gen 3 Processor 4K
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • G-Sync Compatible
  • Smart Platform: webOS
  • Ports:
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    • 3x USB 2.0
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    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x Digital Audio Output
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How are returns (if you get a panel with stuck pixels, banding, etc)?
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If you feel the Q is misleading, what would you suggest they use for Quantum dot LED TV? Was the previous SUHD name much clearer information for consumers to understand it is an Quantum dot LED TV?

If you want to talk about misleading naming, OLED is a generic term. It would be like calling all other TVs LCD. In reality the LG TVs are AMOLEDs.
The name OLED is a real term. QLED is a marketing term and the word "Quantum" was chosen by Samsung knowing it would justify the misleading use of the visually similar QLED acronym.
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Everyone is fighting over the specs which are obviously good on the LG. Remind me how many hours of content we have available that makes those specs worth it? And dont just rattle off a list of movies because you are paying a premium for specced out movies also
OLED is worth it no matter what your source content. Everything from VHS tapes to 4k HDR10 content is better because of the pure black contrast.

Choosing anything other than OLED is purely an economic compromise. The actual picture quality in a real viewing environment is objectively better on an OLED, period.
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The similarity between Q and O is Samsung trying to trick consumers that their TVs are comparable to OLED, not the other way around. So you have the right idea just entirely backwards.

QLED is a joke meant to trick uninformed consumers, OLED is the real deal.
I think you somehow got my comment backwards. I am exclusively making fun of Samsung for QLED.
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The name OLED is a real term. QLED is a marketing term and the word "Quantum" was chosen by Samsung knowing it would justify the misleading use of the visually similar QLED acronym.
Sony developed Quantum dot displays as early as 2013. Samsung did not choose the word for the tech. QLED was chosen over QDLED.

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OLED is worth it no matter what your source content. Everything from VHS tapes to 4k HDR10 content is better because of the pure black contrast.

Choosing anything other than OLED is purely an economic compromise. The actual picture quality in a real viewing environment is objectively better on an OLED, period.
Not everyone has a "real viewing environment" hence why the substantially brighter high end QLED TVs might be a better choice for some.
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Not everyone has a "real viewing environment" hence why the substantially brighter high end QLED TVs might be a better choice for some.
By "real" I just meant not standing in Best Buy.
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I think you somehow got my comment backwards. I am exclusively making fun of Samsung for QLED.
Oops!!! Sorry dude.
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Sony developed Quantum dot displays as early as 2013. Samsung did not choose the word for the tech. QLED was chosen over QDLED.

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Interesting info, thanks. It doesn't change the end result though... Samsung is intentionally misleading consumers. Even Sony uses OLED in their best set and doesn't use the term QLED for their lesser sets.
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Is it patents that are making the cost of OLED so high or is it still just that expensive to manufacture? I've got a 60" HDR set of reasonable quality I'm not looking to upgrade for 5+ years, I'm just hoping by then maybe a 70+ inch OLED set for ~$1000 won't be too much to ask for. Any chance of that in 5-7 years?

Beyond that, for the first time in my life, it's hard to imagine what more I could want in a TV. 80" is about as big as I want to go. Higher resolution than 4k doesn't interest me at all. No doubt we'll continue to see advancements in max brightness and color accuracy but that's already getting very, very good. Hard to see what gets added at this point to the traditional TV beyond gimmicks, though I may well be proven wrong. If there is something transformational at this point, I suspect it's being traditional TV. VR, AR, hologram, something new.
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Recently bought an 85" Sony 950H. If you're in market for a set this size, you'll wanna see if you can compare because... dayum. The Sony be night and day better in detail creation versus any other set (save the Z9). Obviously this isn't out yet but...
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Spending 5K on a TV. What rainy day? Go for broke Pandemic Style.
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There are no hdmi 2.1 receivers that can pass through 8k 60 or 4k 120 so you are instructing people to utilize something that doesn't exist yet. Even the new denon receivers(not out yet) will only have one hdmi 2.1 input capable of this. So basically either you have all your equipment go through your receiver and at best have room for one new game console/pc, to meet full potential. Or you send everything to your shiny new TV, earc back to receiver and lose dts. Hey maybe none of these people care about maximizing their new tv's potential and I'm not saying you are wrong but you gotta give the whole story.
So un-encoded DTS can't pass from the TV (whether from a video app on the TV like Netflix or from something plugged into the TV's hdmi sockets like a ps5) to the receiver via eARC and then be encoded by the receiver is that correct?
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