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zrxmike

Enthusiast
I have owned a Samsung 800 series plasma for the last 8 years. Recently I purchased a LG 65" GXOLED.
To my eyes, there is simply no comparison as the OLED blows my plasma up. I can't imagine a better picture on a tv than the LG. If you could take the best plasma tv, make it 4K resolution, make it brighter, take its already good black levels and make them even better...then you would have a picture the quality of the OLED. In addition, most will be quite happy with the picture straight out of the box with minimal adjustment.
 
slipperybidness

slipperybidness

Audioholic Spartan
I have owned a Samsung 800 series plasma for the last 8 years. Recently I purchased a LG 65" GXOLED.
To my eyes, there is simply no comparison as the OLED blows my plasma up. I can't imagine a better picture on a tv than the LG. If you could take the best plasma tv, make it 4K resolution, make it brighter, take its already good black levels and make them even better...then you would have a picture the quality of the OLED. In addition, most will be quite happy with the picture straight out of the box with minimal adjustment.
Be sure to turn off that motion smoothing!
 
Auditor55

Auditor55

Audioholic General
I have owned a Samsung 800 series plasma for the last 8 years. Recently I purchased a LG 65" GXOLED.
To my eyes, there is simply no comparison as the OLED blows my plasma up. I can't imagine a better picture on a tv than the LG. If you could take the best plasma tv, make it 4K resolution, make it brighter, take its already good black levels and make them even better...then you would have a picture the quality of the OLED. In addition, most will be quite happy with the picture straight out of the box with minimal adjustment.
Once LG OLED solves the black crush issue and improves near black performance I might be with you. My Kuro still better than OLED in those areas.
 
Kingnoob

Kingnoob

Audioholic General
Why are there no qoled TVs is whats a quantum dot help with ,? Aren’t oled better then qled???



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zrxmike

Enthusiast
Once LG OLED solves the black crush issue and improves near black performance I might be with you. My Kuro still better than OLED in those areas.
On my set, black crush is only a problem with low quality source material. Since I watch very little of that it does not concern me. Besides, its not like plasma doesn't have it's own inherent issue's. Mine has a beautiful 1080P picture in a dark room but in a bright room it sucks. To me, plasma is not even in the same ballpark.
 
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TechToys2

Audioholic
On my set, black crush is only a problem with low quality source material. Since I watch very little of that it does not concern me. Besides, its not like plasma doesn't have it's own inherent issue's. Mine has a beautiful 1080P picture in a dark room but in a bright room it sucks. To me, plasma is not even in the same ballpark.
Just curious - what size was your Samsung plasma?
 
Auditor55

Auditor55

Audioholic General
On my set, black crush is only a problem with low quality source material. Since I watch very little of that it does not concern me. Besides, its not like plasma doesn't have it's own inherent issue's. Mine has a beautiful 1080P picture in a dark room but in a bright room it sucks. To me, plasma is not even in the same ballpark.
Yeah, plasma is pretty bad in a bright room.
 
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ParisB

Audioholic
I have owned a Samsung 800 series plasma for the last 8 years. Recently I purchased a LG 65" GXOLED.
To my eyes, there is simply no comparison as the OLED blows my plasma up. I can't imagine a better picture on a tv than the LG. If you could take the best plasma tv, make it 4K resolution, make it brighter, take its already good black levels and make them even better...then you would have a picture the quality of the OLED. In addition, most will be quite happy with the picture straight out of the box with minimal adjustment.
Yea, once you go OLED there's no going back. I have a 77 Sony A9G, and don't miss plasma. My 4K UHD collection is up to 400 soon:)
 
Auditor55

Auditor55

Audioholic General
Kinda in the same boat, My Pany Plasma TX-P60ZT65B is still going strong, knocking on wood, NO issues at all. But a person kinda wants to stay somewhat current at least in one room. So just researching before I put some $$$ down. https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/qled-vs-oled-tv/
You would have to get a top-level OLED to make you want not to watch your Panny. BTW, Panasonic OLEDs are coming to the USA. Value Electronics in New York is the official first authorized dealer in the USA.
 
jliedeka

jliedeka

Audioholic General
I think, at this point, I'm sticking with my Panny Plasma until QNED is within a reasonable price range. It's right around the corner and should sidestep the OLED issues like burn-in and lower peak brightness. I'll continue to monitor [NPI] the situation but that's my opinion for now.
 
Kingnoob

Kingnoob

Audioholic General
I think, at this point, I'm sticking with my Panny Plasma until QNED is within a reasonable price range. It's right around the corner and should sidestep the OLED issues like burn-in and lower peak brightness. I'll continue to monitor [NPI] the situation but that's my opinion for now.
Qned probably few years away ??
This thing look epic
Better then qled probably not oled
Lot of money for a tcl tho


Micro led probably never be affordable
These are like oled no burn in

Oled + quantum ??


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