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pwejr88
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QLED or OLED?
Movies and sports


mchias1
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re: QLED or OLED?
Need more info.

What is the lighting like in your room? Do you like watching movies with all lights off?


barbapapa
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re: QLED or OLED?
LG OLED


MDB
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re: QLED or OLED?
Sony 77” A80J OLED. Perfect for its time. $3450 was a very fair price.

Don’t believe the crap about not bright enough. And no problems with burn-in.

No problems with football less you’re watching LSU.

Movies are phenomenal in Dolby Vision and it is tops for upscaling cable and other 1080p sources to 4K.

Sony still the champ. Never looking back.


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TigerGman
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re: QLED or OLED?
LG. OLED and don't look back...


TygerB8
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re: QLED or OLED?
I'm looking at this one LG OLED 65". Anybody have this model (or the 2020 version) and, if so, would recommend?


jer0009
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re: QLED or OLED?
I just bought one from costco last week. The Cx65. Go check your local costco. I drove to Lafayette to pick one up for $1299 with a 5 year warrenty


SG_Geaux
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re: QLED or OLED?
OLED don't get as bright currently if things like HDR and Dolby Vision mean a lot to you.

Sony's version of QLED is Triluminous or some such.

Samsung has done a genius job of marketing QLED.


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pwejr88
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re: QLED or OLED?
Seems like most prefer OLED over QLED and the prices online reflect that also. What’s the biggest difference between the two?


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pwejr88
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re: QLED or OLED?
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What is the lighting like in your room? Do you like watching movies with all lights off?


Very bright. Huge windows.
We love watching movies at night in the pitch black dark.
Seldomly watch movies during the day.


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mchias1
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re: QLED or OLED?
Bright windows generally mean you will need to go with LCD (qled) over OLED. OLED would be washed out during the day if the windows shine on the tv.

If you can close curtains for day sports watching, then OLED would be the way to go as you can get the best image at night watching movies.


s14suspense
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Bright windows generally mean you will need to go with LCD (qled) over OLED. OLED would be washed out during the day if the windows shine on the tv.



My OLED is so damn bright on regular settings that I can't imagine what you people look like needing anything brighter.


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Coater
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re: QLED or OLED?
I bought that model (c1 65 inch) last weekend

It’s great. Through Costco I got a 5 yr warranty. With tax it was around $2200


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TygerB8
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re: QLED or OLED?
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I drove to Lafayette to pick one up for $1299 with a 5 year warrenty


Awesome price! I checked online and it appears they are out of stock of that model.

Thanks to posters here, looks like I'll be going with the LG OLED.
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Coater
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re: QLED or OLED?
There’s a c9 65 inch floor model at the Ridgeland Costco for $1299


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FearlessFreep
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re: QLED or OLED?
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We love watching movies at night in the pitch black dark
Our LG CX OLED looks absolutely amazing in a dark room at night.

Fortunately we don’t get a lot of direct sunlight into our living room during the day, so we haven’t had much issue with glare.

Got a Panasonic 4K BluRay player, even our 20+ year old DVDs look pretty damn good. 4K content is phenomenal.


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tigerzballzdeep
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Rockwall, TX
Member since Jun 2007
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re: QLED or OLED?
OLED

I got the 55" Sony Bravia A8 on sale for 1200 a few weeks ago on a Best Buy sale (back to 1899). It's last years A80. I regret not getting it earlier, the picture is hard to beat from anything else in the 4k realm. They'll have another sale soon as they're trying to move them all out.


pwejr88
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re: QLED or OLED?
I’m looking for a 75” and all the 75” OLED’s are outrageously expensive.


Chitown_Badger
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re: QLED or OLED?
I did a ton of research before pulling the trigger on my set. Ended up with the Samsung QN75Q80RAFXZA (75" TV). I got the 2020 model because the specs (and price) were better than the 2021 model, and I shied away from the OLED because I just didn't want to risk burn in. I know it's rare, but I didn't want to sweat it...the Samsung is certified burn in free. It also has an anti glare coating and a great picture. No complaints, other than maybe that it took me a bit to get it dialed in.

ETA: Got it for $2,338.
This post was edited on 9/14 at 11:18 pm


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ellesssuuu
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re: QLED or OLED?
I have a LG CX OLED i bought last year. Awesome TV. Bought at Costco with 5 year warranty


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