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Old 04-10-2017, 02:46 PM   #221
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You may have already seen this, Robert, but new A1E owner Al Leong is reporting he's getting a great effect from BFI when opting for Cinema Home and selecting custom motion clarity as 'low'.

He claims it provides a great effect, with no flickering and, amazingly, no dimming!

He said that selecting motion clarity as 'high' results in a dimmer screen but still no flickering.

Will be interested to hear your impressions of this particular feature, which Al at least says makes a major difference to viewing pleasure.

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Old 04-12-2017, 06:21 PM   #222
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Sony was very kind to us and released our 1st 55" and 65" A1E allocations that are shipping today!!
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Old 04-13-2017, 01:08 PM   #223
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Sony was very kind to us and released our 1st 55" and 65" A1E allocations that are shipping today!!
Let us know when you have one set up. I will definitely stop by.....
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Old 04-15-2017, 10:46 PM   #224
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How much brighter will these sets get compared to the LG for HDR?
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Old 04-16-2017, 07:45 PM   #225
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How much brighter will these sets get compared to the LG for HDR?
I also would like to know that, even though I have no plans on buying OLED anytime soon.
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Considering the panels are made by LG, I can't imagine much difference in terms of overall brightness. The real difference will be in video processing (i.e. judder, artifacts, etc.). Colors and brightness should be very comparable to LG's 2017 OLEDs.
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Old 04-20-2017, 03:29 AM   #227
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The 55A1Eís processing also delivers superior motion handling to not just LGís OLED TVs but actually any other TVs period. The ability of its various motion settings - especially True Cinema and Standard - to reduce judder without causing significant unwanted side effects or making the image look unnaturally fluid is almost uncanny.

Itís not just your impression of motion across the screen and during camera pans that benefits from this motion performance either; the enhanced motion clarity and fluidity also means the beautiful crispness associated with native 4K screens remains intact even during the most action-packed sequences.
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LG has delivered palpable color improvements with its latest OLED TVs, yet in most ways colors are handled better still by the 55A1E. Sonyís Triluminos processing system continues to take some beating, combining gorgeously rich saturations with some exceptionally deft color tone handling.

The 55A1E also improves on LGís OLED TVs when it comes to handling HD-resolution images. As noted earlier, Sonyís X1 Extreme chipset applies two separate databases to its upscaling process, and the result is simply the most detailed, stable, richly colored but also noiseless upscaled HD pictures Iíve seen on an OLED TV. In fact, Iíd even say they look better than those of the Z9D sets, perhaps because OLEDís characteristics are more naturally suited to the standard dynamic range luminance ranges associated with HD sources.
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Old 05-07-2017, 08:05 AM   #228
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why does the sony oled have a higher input lag then the lg oled why can't they get that to be on the same level or lower? what's wrong with sony why do they have the best tvs but the worst input lag?
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There are two things which prevented me from getting a Sony OLED, the omission of 3D and the hefty price tag of the 77" model. Otherwise I probably would have joined the OLED club.
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