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Pandaman617

Pandaman617

Senior Audioholic
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Here it is guys. Don’t mind the room. I’m re-wiring everything today and swapping in a pair of Mirage OM-6’s for mains so it’s a complete revamp
 
Pandaman617

Pandaman617

Senior Audioholic
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Here it is, using a pair of Mirage OM-6’s I found in a storage locker that were new old stock for $150 for the pair and a Paradigm CC570 v4. I actually like the Paradigm CC much more than the Mirage OMD-C1, OM-C2 and the OMD-C2 it replaced
 
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matthewgilkes22

Audiophyte
I think Samsung QN85A is great for mixed usage. It performs very well in bright settings, thanks to its high brightness and superb reflection handling. It delivers a good viewing experience in dark rooms, but it has a low native contrast ratio, and there's some blooming around bright objects with local dimming enabled.
See: https://versuscomparison.com/qn85a-vs-qn90a/
 
Replicant 7

Replicant 7

Audioholic Samurai
I think Samsung QN85A is great for mixed usage. It performs very well in bright settings, thanks to its high brightness and superb reflection handling. It delivers a good viewing experience in dark rooms, but it has a low native contrast ratio, and there's some blooming around bright objects with local dimming enabled.
See: https://versuscomparison.com/qn85a-vs-qn90a/
Yeah, that's the thing about LED tvs, even the flagship Sony Master Series can have blooming, Halo or other artifacts. But when setup right and calibrated one would be hard pressed to notice much. My mid-level Hisense 65" spec out very close to Sonys X90J, as of todate I absolutely love the performance of my TV.
 
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