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UltimaParadox
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Huntsville
Member since Nov 2008
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
Any LG OLED is just a superior TV for picture quality to the Samsung QLED sets. Just inherit to the technology.

I wouldn't be too concerned about either for smart TV functionality. You end using a Fire/Apple/Roku anyways.


BACONisMEATcandy
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Member since Dec 2007
46183 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
FWIW I've always bought Samsungs TVs but am getting an LG this go around. The OLED is just a much better picture than the QLED

My debate is the E9 vs C9. Haven't found anywhere that has them side by side to compare


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LSURep864
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
I actually really like WebOS.


The first day I freaking hated it. However once I got past the learning curve it’s wonderful. The B9 is smooth and snappy.
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T
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Member since Jan 2004
7112 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
Saw a 65” LG OLED at target that had horrible picture burns. Is this a common problem with the new LG OLED tvs?


burke985
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
I just bought a 75" q80 and it's awesome, and the room don't have to be pitch black to experience a great picture. The q80 makes everything look better
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VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
25314 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
Well, it’s a display model set at torch mode and probably played the same image forever. Not a good way to determine which TV to get. Read the reviews, make an informed decision and set it up properly.


RebelWithACause
Ole Miss Fan
Jackson
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
I recently got the Q70 from Samsung. I like it. I was concerned about the burn in on the LG OLED TV's


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barbapapa
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
just don't leave a video game on pause all day or only watch ESPN for 24 hours a day, think burn in risk is definitely overstated on the OLEDs


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T
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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played the same image forever.


The problem with that is if you watch espn most of the time you have the espn logo at the bottom in the same spot all day long. If it gets burns due to a the display loop, I’d be very worried about network logos that never move.


Easye921
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
My q80 will be here tom. I can't wait.


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lsujro
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Member since Jul 2007
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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q80


watched one at a friends house recently. nicest picture i've seen on a tv. no experience with lg oled though.


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VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
25314 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
Not if the tv is set to reasonable levels. Pump up the contrast? Yeah. You’ll get burn-in.


bcoop199
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
I've had 2 Samsung TV's crap out on me and 1 monitor...I'll never buy another Samsung.


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HubbaBubba
LSU Fan
Denton County, TX
Member since Oct 2010
29631 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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Have had two LG TVs just stop working.
LED or OLED?


HubbaBubba
LSU Fan
Denton County, TX
Member since Oct 2010
29631 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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I'm in the same boat, looking at the exact same tvs. Really want a oled, but scared of the burn in issues.

It's only an issue if you don't use the auto cleaning system. It works in the background. Have had mine for two years and no issues at all. That's a B7a. The newer models are even better at preventing burn in.


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T
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Member since Jan 2004
7112 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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Pump up the contrast? Yeah. You’ll get burn-in.


So thats a pretty huge drawback if you get burn in if you put the settings to get the best picture possible. Why bother get a high dollar tv if you can’t maximize the experience?


UltimateHog
Arkansas Fan
Springfield, MO
Member since Dec 2011
56069 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
We're all just waiting for MicroLED anyways. QLED/OLED will be dead soon when it hits mainstream and affordability. Still a couple of years to go on that.

Television market hasn't had a new panel tech for over a decade now, but not for much longer.
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VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
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re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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So thats a pretty huge drawback if you get burn in if you put the settings to get the best picture possible. Why bother get a high dollar tv if you can’t maximize the experience?


Say what? There is no instance where cranking brightness and contrast up is setting a TV up to get the best picture possible. You need to educate yourself because your lack of knowledge is showing.


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GreasyCracklin
LSU Fan
Lafayette
Member since Apr 2005
377 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
Need help as well. I’ve made my decision on the Samsung QLED. Costco has the 65 inch Q70 for $1,200 with a 5 year warranty. I’ve been looking at the Q80(not offered by Costco) and had my head set on that one, but I like the Costco price and warranty. Would I notice a big difference between the Q70 and Q80?


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AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
65564 posts

re: Samsung vs LG TV, help please!
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LED or OLED?
LED


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