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75" LG 75NANO97UNA 8K UHD Smart LED NanoCell TV w/ AI ThinQ (2020 Model) EXPIRED

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Buydig has 75" LG 75NANO97UNA 8K UHD Smart LED NanoCell TV w/ AI ThinQ (2020 Model) on sale for $3997.99 - $1398.99 w/ promo code ASL250 = $2599. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 8K Ultra HD (7,680 x 4,320)
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 240 (Native 120Hz)
  • Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Picture Processor: α9 Gen 3 AI Processor 8K
  • WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
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Yes, very much so. Standard led's have pixels that have in simple terms, a color filter. Then behind that is a light source. The more dimming zones(light sources) behind an led the better the picture. QLED changes how light is delivered to the pixel as to refine the light levels of each pixel. OLED is completely different in the fact that each pixel emits it's own light(which is why they are so thin no need for back light). So if a scene has varying levels of darkness each pixel can range from being off to different levels of brightness and color. Oleds have the best contrast and color ratios over every TV, but also don't get as bright. Qleds produce a much better picture than LED's and get brighter than OLED's, but don't produce the same level of picture as OLED's. The difference is very noticeable when you watch content with HDR enabled. It blew my mind. The explanations I gave are simple and the tvs are more complex stated, but I think the point should have gotten across.

Nano Cell is very similar to QLED. AMOLED is OLED for smartphones.

I prefer OLED. if you go to a Sam's club or Costco they have them on display showing content in HDR (best buy and such dont). go to one and you'll be able to have a better idea of the difference.
best answer is, it depends...
best response time and black, IMO is OLED. best brightness QLED. amoled is not for tv's? and nanocell basically 1 oft he better LCD from LG
https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/r...rn-in-test


I'm not concerned about burn-in from gaming. Purely anecdotally I've had persistent-HUD games on my C8 since the day it came out, for long sessions, and have zero issues. Heck if you're -that- worried, get a SquareTrade plan or something - because nothing, NOTHING, beats an OLED Smilie

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Do all these fancy terms like QLED, OLED AMOLED and NanoCell really mean anything as far picture quality or how well our eyes can see it? and if they are then is one of them superior to all?
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Do all these fancy terms like QLED, OLED AMOLED and NanoCell really mean anything as far picture quality or how well our eyes can see it? and if they are then is one of them superior to all?

best answer is, it depends...
best response time and black, IMO is OLED. best brightness QLED. amoled is not for tv's? and nanocell basically 1 oft he better LCD from LG
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best answer is, it depends...
best response time and black, IMO is OLED. best brightness QLED. amoled is not for tv's? and nanocell basically 1 oft he better LCD from LG
Seems like brand loyalty has a lot to do with it, I've checked out tons of TV's at best buy from different brands when I was hunting for one last year and to my eyes, I couldn't really tell much of a difference between them.
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Seems like brand loyalty has a lot to do with it, I've checked out tons of TV's at best buy from different brands when I was hunting for one last year and to my eyes, I couldn't really tell much of a difference between them.

sure, and in a store, with max brightness, it's different than at home. i wouldn't care per say. i'd just do this. oled for best blacks, qled for best brightness (if your room rarely dark). and obv, price.
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Do all these fancy terms like QLED, OLED AMOLED and NanoCell really mean anything as far picture quality or how well our eyes can see it? and if they are then is one of them superior to all?
OLED has beat picture quality, and blackest blacks. Not to mention being the best for gaming.

Anything else is buzzword soup.
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Do all these fancy terms like QLED, OLED AMOLED and NanoCell really mean anything as far picture quality or how well our eyes can see it? and if they are then is one of them superior to all?
Yes, very much so. Standard led's have pixels that have in simple terms, a color filter. Then behind that is a light source. The more dimming zones(light sources) behind an led the better the picture. QLED changes how light is delivered to the pixel as to refine the light levels of each pixel. OLED is completely different in the fact that each pixel emits it's own light(which is why they are so thin no need for back light). So if a scene has varying levels of darkness each pixel can range from being off to different levels of brightness and color. Oleds have the best contrast and color ratios over every TV, but also don't get as bright. Qleds produce a much better picture than LED's and get brighter than OLED's, but don't produce the same level of picture as OLED's. The difference is very noticeable when you watch content with HDR enabled. It blew my mind. The explanations I gave are simple and the tvs are more complex stated, but I think the point should have gotten across.

Nano Cell is very similar to QLED. AMOLED is OLED for smartphones.

I prefer OLED. if you go to a Sam's club or Costco they have them on display showing content in HDR (best buy and such dont). go to one and you'll be able to have a better idea of the difference.
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OLED has beat picture quality, and blackest blacks. Not to mention being the best for gaming.

Anything else is buzzword soup.
I would disagree with your "best for gaming" statement, simply due to the susceptibility of burn in on OLED displays.

They've gotten better, but I would definitely not put on any game with a persistent HUD and any channel that still uses a static/solid-color bug would be blacklisted on a $2k+ set.
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And this is HDMI 2.1? Couldn't figure out from the specs


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HDMI Input (HDCP 2.2): 4 (rear)
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I would disagree with your "best for gaming" statement, simply due to the susceptibility of burn in on OLED displays.

They've gotten better, but I would definitely not put on any game with a persistent HUD and any channel that still uses a static/solid-color bug would be blacklisted on a $2k+ set.
Best for PC gaming
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For a full array tv this tv looks garbage. Go find a local retailer that has it and you'll agree haha. If you aren't doing an OLED but want the contrast look at the 900h...950h for brightness. Samsung's QLEDs this year are straight garbage as they're a step down from last year
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This does seem like a discontinued model, and isn't all that great. And I still cudn't really figure if this was HDMI 2.1 or not.
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