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    I spent Xmas at my sister's and she has latest offerings from Samsung and LG at 65 inches.

    The LG is markedly ahead. Not by a bit, but by a lot.
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    I saw a 65 inch LG OLED television in John Lewis this Christmas and the picture quality was better than the Samsung and Panasonic television.

    Shame that the price was so much more expensive though.

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    They have just dropped a lot post Xmas. I think the B series 55" flat panel is about £1700 at JL. Free Sky Q too for a year I think.

    Strongly recommend you never buy the current line up, and they have dropped because April sees the next new batch as per the video I posted. I'd buy what is current now in about June to get a great deal.
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    I nearly purchased the 65" OLED LG TV
    1st thoughts were WOW
    2nd visit Hmmm
    3rd visit the screen / picture quality looked false sort of over enhanced in a sort of chrome tint / edge . it didn't look real

    Still considering my options , I only went into PC world to buy a kettle
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    As I work in the A/V business and the parent company sells to Joe public, i as an employee get a discount on TV's and the stuff the shop sells, any members in the north west that are wanting something are welcome to use my discount, just pm me


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    I need a new telly quite badly so might take you up on that Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    I nearly purchased the 65" OLED LG TV
    1st thoughts were WOW
    2nd visit Hmmm
    3rd visit the screen / picture quality looked false sort of over enhanced in a sort of chrome tint / edge . it didn't look real

    Still considering my options , I only went into PC world to buy a kettle
    You need to be really careful about what mode the set was left in and what programme is playing. All I can say is when you have both Samsung and LG sets in one house over a number of days you become massively aware of which is better.

    WRT looking real, when the LG sets are calibrated properly (you have to do it yourself none of the pre-supplied modes are spot on) the LG sets look far more real. Spookily so sometimes.
    Until we get there... just let it flow.

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    Interesting - displays now generating sound.

    https://www.engadget.com/2017/01/04/...crystal-sound/
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    I guess this uses a similar technique to the old NXT flat panel patents that were based on the helicopter acoustics research work done by the MoD at Farnborough.

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    Something like that. The excursion must surely be minuscule so as not to affect the picture. However a 65 inch screen provides a large surface area to counteract that.

    Mono you'd assume.
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