Just a personal preference, no particular model or retailer in mind. I have a model from the FZ range, however I believe that in the price bracket, pound for pound that the Panasonic OLED range gives the best picture quality. Others however, may disagree.
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Panasonic model and retailer please?
I should stop coming on this site... just took delivery of a Panasonic 65 Oled and now I’m thinking of buying one of these too for another room (lol)
I think this is a great deal; however, QLED is not a waste at least if you buy higher end QLEDs. I have both an OLED (Phillips POS9002 only about 20 nits below the CX) and a QLED ( Samsung Q90T). The Q90T is a very good TV. OLED fan boys really do ignore the negitve stuff of OLED and just focus on the "Blackest Blacks" and infinite contrast bit. The problem is the blacks are sometimes too black (Black Crush). OLED can't do near black as well as a well QLED - look it up, it is an inherent problem with the technology. The blacks are very good in the Q90T with minimal blooming - you have to look for it or be ultra sensitive to it. I think the cheaper QLEDs aren't great and do suffer with blooming but I hardly notice it on the Q90T. I personally hate blooming especially from side lit models so would pick up on it. I love both my TVs but for slightly different reasons. There is a reason QLED sets sell and it isn't because people who buy them are all just stupid and conned. There are plenty of professional reviewers who have one for daytime viewing and before someone says "Well modern OLED is quite capable of daytime viewing" etc, so is QLED capable of nighttime viewing. Just each is slightly better in a certain circumstance. Both technologies are maturing and much closer to each other than before.
Nobody has any reason to waste money on a qled now… oled is so cheap qled should die now along with other lcd displays
I got this TV last week to replace a decade-old plasma and it literally blows it out the water. Nightmare to unpack mind you; I chose to lift it using the foam blocks... this panel is so razer thin it made me anxious.
Odd because if you read your warranty it’ll clearly see screen retention is not covered. Well done for getting it replaced though but I wouldn’t bet for Currys to replace every screen burn TVs.
Anyone got any watch delivered my both orders cancelled
hi guys, has anyone bought from Jacamo before, I want to buy this watch but keep reading bad reviews about their customer service. or even with customers paying for something, then receiving an email to say their order has been cancelled but not getting a refund until they chased customer services for over a week. Just need someone to give me a big hug and tell me everything will be all right (and these guys won't just take me money without sending the goods :D
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