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23 hours ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

Unless you're going to do a lot of Tata Sky time or playing with static UI, burn in should be a non concern. Do note that OLED brightness will gradually reduce over time (some reports say around 28000 hour mark for red and green), but I've not noticed anything abnormal on my nearly 4 year old C8. Still puts most of the other TVs to shame. 

What about games, the hud at the corners, aren't they static as well ? 

 

Anyway, thanks for all the inputs everyone, I think I'll wait until Diwali this year, maybe C2 would reduce in price once the upcoming Samsung OLED tv comes to market, or maybe x90k would've reduced price or something.

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13 minutes ago, Ne0 said:

What about games, the hud at the corners, aren't they static as well ? 

 

Anyway, thanks for all the inputs everyone, I think I'll wait until Diwali this year, maybe C2 would reduce in price once the upcoming Samsung OLED tv comes to market, or maybe x90k would've reduced price or something.

Or you can start a riot and loot one during the chaos.

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On 6/25/2022 at 6:42 PM, Kumar123 said:

Why 48? Space reasons?

yup, space restraints, plus ain't couch/bean bag type of a guy, i like it upfront, str8 in my line of vision, large screen size would push my a$$ way back, for that, i got no room...

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Looking for a 65 inch TV for my new home - mostly for watching sports, gaming on PS5 and youtube/netflix. Will be getting it in the upcoming prime day sale in the UK.

 

Shortlisted the below options (Take 1£ = 100rs roughly for reference)

 

Should I go with IVG's famous choice - LG C1? :D

 

1) LG C1 - it is around 1399£ and comes with 1 year warranty (C2 is way expensive - 2400£ and G1 is 2100£ so I guess no point?)

2) Sony A80J - 1600£ with 5 year panel warranty including burn-in

3) Samsung Q95B - The fancy QD OLED - 2600£ Out of Budget - but can get 55 inch for 1650£ - but size would be too much of a compromise?

4) Samsung Q95A - 1299£ + Q600A soundbar for additional 70£ only

 

 

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7 hours ago, funjabi said:

Looking for a 65 inch TV for my new home - mostly for watching sports, gaming on PS5 and youtube/netflix. Will be getting it in the upcoming prime day sale in the UK.

 

Shortlisted the below options (Take 1£ = 100rs roughly for reference)

 

Should I go with IVG's famous choice - LG C1? :D

 

1) LG C1 - it is around 1399£ and comes with 1 year warranty (C2 is way expensive - 2400£ and G1 is 2100£ so I guess no point?)

2) Sony A80J - 1600£ with 5 year panel warranty including burn-in

3) Samsung Q95B - The fancy QD OLED - 2600£ Out of Budget - but can get 55 inch for 1650£ - but size would be too much of a compromise?

4) Samsung Q95A - 1299£ + Q600A soundbar for additional 70£ only

 

 

My vote would go to the Sony A80J , mostly coz of the 5 year panel warranty. If you get the C1 with a similar warranty , then just get whichever one is cheaper. I think John Lewis gives extended warranty with burn in included. Might wanna check that too. 

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On 7/1/2022 at 2:05 AM, Engineer said:

Thanks, bought one for ₹1.42 lakhs from sonovision. Price is lower than samsung qled and comparable to c1 I didn't expect this price.

 

1.42 for a 55?? That's steep but a good launch price overall..

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15 hours ago, funjabi said:

Looking for a 65 inch TV for my new home - mostly for watching sports, gaming on PS5 and youtube/netflix. Will be getting it in the upcoming prime day sale in the UK.

 

Shortlisted the below options (Take 1£ = 100rs roughly for reference)

 

Should I go with IVG's famous choice - LG C1? :D

 

1) LG C1 - it is around 1399£ and comes with 1 year warranty (C2 is way expensive - 2400£ and G1 is 2100£ so I guess no point?)

2) Sony A80J - 1600£ with 5 year panel warranty including burn-in

3) Samsung Q95B - The fancy QD OLED - 2600£ Out of Budget - but can get 55 inch for 1650£ - but size would be too much of a compromise?

4) Samsung Q95A - 1299£ + Q600A soundbar for additional 70£ only

 

 

 

Samsung S95B is the QD-OLED and not the Q95B (which is the same old QLED), right?

I would've gone for S95B personally. Contrast and color goodness of OLED with brightness of LCD (almost).

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1 hour ago, kittoo said:

 

Samsung S95B is the QD-OLED and not the Q95B (which is the same old QLED), right?

I would've gone for S95B personally. Contrast and color goodness of OLED with brightness of LCD (almost).

Yes. It is insanely expensive too

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1 hour ago, kittoo said:

 

Samsung S95B is the QD-OLED and not the Q95B (which is the same old QLED), right?

I would've gone for S95B personally. Contrast and color goodness of OLED with brightness of LCD (almost).

Yes. It is insanely expensive too

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6 hours ago, kittoo said:

 

Samsung S95B is the QD-OLED and not the Q95B (which is the same old QLED), right?

I would've gone for S95B personally. Contrast and color goodness of OLED with brightness of LCD (almost).

 

Yeah, Sorry I meant that only. I saw them at the store - they are better, no doubt. But IMO - not worth a 1000£ better.

I found the Sony A80J to better than LG C1 side by side but maybe it was just poor calibration. Would look at the price in prime day and choose whichever is cheaper :P

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