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Toshiba 55X9863DB 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV 4 HDMI £724 with code @ AO Ebay
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wishy10024/06/2019 14:28

This seems to be in the grey area of a poor OLED and a Good LED, tempted …This seems to be in the grey area of a poor OLED and a Good LED, tempted but the reviews don't help.


Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random snobs.

None of us on AVforums who actually own the TV have any problems, sound isn't great and software is sometimes slow but picture is as good as any other OLEDs and far better than the LED LCD I own.
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Excellent TV from Panasonic. Heat!
Is this brand new with 5 year warranty?
Got one from AO for £769 with a code, great TV, using a firetv 4k stick with it as the only problem is the smart software is a little slow sometimes.

Brother has an LG 55B7 and we can't really see any difference in picture quality. Have a 55MU7000 in bedroom and this is replacing a Panasonic 58DX750 and it's better than both.

Total bargain.
Cheap but doesn't make it a good deal. Its a poor TV.
It can't produce black and gets dire reviews.

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All the disadvantages of oled without the benefits
This seems to be in the grey area of a poor OLED and a Good LED, tempted but the reviews don't help.
wishy10024/06/2019 14:28

This seems to be in the grey area of a poor OLED and a Good LED, tempted …This seems to be in the grey area of a poor OLED and a Good LED, tempted but the reviews don't help.


Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random snobs.

None of us on AVforums who actually own the TV have any problems, sound isn't great and software is sometimes slow but picture is as good as any other OLEDs and far better than the LED LCD I own.
waynebeetison24/06/2019 15:08

Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random …Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random snobs.None of us on AVforums who actually own the TV have any problems, sound isn't great and software is sometimes slow but picture is as good as any other OLEDs and far better than the LED LCD I own.


It's the bit saying blacks are not achievable, can deal with the rest but don't see the point of an OLED if you get anything other than black!
waynebeetison24/06/2019 15:08

Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random …Depends who you want to believe, those who own the TV or some random snobs.None of us on AVforums who actually own the TV have any problems, sound isn't great and software is sometimes slow but picture is as good as any other OLEDs and far better than the LED LCD I own.


Always nice to hear from an actual owner wayne, better than the scaremongers.

As an owner, if you turn off all the crappy processing settings, are you able to achieve perfect black?
The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near black or in grey tones, I don't really have any banding, none that can be seen on actual content.

Wherever that review is from either had really bad settings or a broken panel perhaps or maybe not even reviewed the actual TV. I don't think anyone has a problem with the black level on the TV.
waynebeetison24/06/2019 16:29

The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near …The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near black or in grey tones, I don't really have any banding, none that can be seen on actual content.Wherever that review is from either had really bad settings or a broken panel perhaps or maybe not even reviewed the actual TV. I don't think anyone has a problem with the black level on the TV.


I was under the impression OLEds create the perfect blacks by simply switching off, so surely it's harder not to be black than it is to be grey :/ . I'm no expert tho, happy to be corrected... Still tempted
wishy10024/06/2019 22:25

I was under the impression OLEds create the perfect blacks by simply …I was under the impression OLEds create the perfect blacks by simply switching off, so surely it's harder not to be black than it is to be grey :/ . I'm no expert tho, happy to be corrected... Still tempted


OLEDs create perfect black if the panel pixel voltage can be taken down to 0 volts. You can make an OLED panel show grey instead of black by increasing brightness setting of the panel.

You'll find a number of people moaning about black levels on older LGs when firmware updates have changed something.
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 25th Jun
i saw this in currys blacks looked good to me but did think motion handling looked a bit dodgy on the leopard head when it moved.
Bought one from AO at 749. Great TV, great picture for entry level OLED. Ppl who want all the boxes tick should consider that this is an entry level OLED under 750.
Edited by: "sh40" 26th Jun
waynebeetison24/06/2019 16:29

The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near …The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near black or in grey tones, I don't really have any banding, none that can be seen on actual content.Wherever that review is from either had really bad settings or a broken panel perhaps or maybe not even reviewed the actual TV. I don't think anyone has a problem with the black level on the TV.


Have you tried gaming on it, if so do you notice much input lag?
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