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Lovely... yes please! But can I have it a bit bigger say 65in? and less than 3K? :)
Sweet... but given my 71" DLP, I'll need a larger version. Or, more likely, by the time I can afford it, I'll have a smaller house. Maybe that's the plan -- get a cheaper house so I can afford the better TV :-)
One thing to keep in mind, too... much of the motion blur you see on a modern TV is due to switching speed of LCDs. OLEDs, of course, change on the order of 100ns or so... pretty much equal to instantly. But you also don't get that same motion blur on a DLP set, though it did take them awhile to get fast enough to avoid potential rainbow effects. And in modern times, DLP has been relegated to the local cinema house, since consumers all demand super-thin screens (never an issue with me... but, I guess that's the "big house" thing).
55-56" 4K OLED like this one at a price range below 3.5K = my next TV/monitor.
i love sony -chanti warangal .ap
SONY is the best.
ive had a 50 inch Samsung HD plasma TV for 5 years now and i purchased it for only $800 at the time, i was planning on a 4k tv a couple weeks back, but i just have a feeling that 4k OLED'S will be the next big thing so i guess i will wait until 4k OLED's are on the market, then i will make my move....
I wish, 4k Samsung 55inch £2300 (new model) and oled in hd def over £4000 so in 4k must be over £8,000 at the moment ill stick with 4k led cheers
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