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LG B8 OLED55B8STB 55 Inch OLED TV
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Awesome! Hope mine does as well as I ordered Sunday lunchtime
same here, I ordered the the 65 Samsung Q9F,arrived next day and picture on the TV is nothing like i have seen before
The sound quality on this TV is superb with to 2 build in subwoofers 70W power i can hear the surround effect of the sound in my lounge
Reading the comments and lmao hahaha
Buy an expensive TV, then have to take care with it to avoid screen burn-in is a joke hahahahaah
A QLED might don't have the darkest black as does an OLED, but I won't have these silly problems with my Sammy 65 Q7FN.
You may have had a point when there were going for $4000, but at this price you'd be being paying more (at least from what I can see @ the 65" level) to score a qled which is pretty insane. QLED's aren't without their own issue, black crush and the issue with subtitles.
I paid $2.6k back there. Now that model is almost $3.5k
The "black crush and the issue with subtitles"depending on which mode you are using such as Movie, Standard, Dynamic, etc.
I watched "A quiet place" in 4K Ultra HD and holy shit, dark scenes and everything was just perfect.
OLED people will always hate QLED but I know that I can use my QLED without restriction or the fear of having a screen burn-in as a gift hahaha
But thats like saying burn in is only an issue depending on what mode you're in…Each to their own, I quite like the QLED's too but it would be crazy to pay $3.5K for a qled when you can get a highly regarded oled for 2.7K
@Osiris: You most likely refereeing to the LG B8 “65 which is not in bar with Q9F , in the 2.7k range you can also get Samsung Q7 “65 , the Q9F is more like in bar with LG C8 and they are going on the same price … when I was looking to spend 3.5k I was looking to a warranty that covers all aspects , LG will not cover you for screen burn even when it happen in the manufacture warranty covered period ..
@Forcf: That's fine but I'm comparing the B8 to the Q9 in todays prices.
I see nothing here to suggest the Q9 is in a league of its own against the B8 let alone the minimal differences over the B8 to C8.