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Old 11-08-2017, 04:21 AM   #1
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Default How good is the LG OLED B7/C7 series in a bright atmosphere?

I'm dead set on getting an OLED, but when I was looking at the displays at Best Buy one of their employees was saying that the current year's model doesn't have that bright of a picture. Since I use tv sets to watch basic television, dvd/bluray movies, have my computer plugged in to it as a second monitor, etc, I'll be watching a lot of stuff with an overhead light on (or in most cases a lamp on).

Are the 7-series this year bad enough that I should wait for next year's model (which said Best Buy employee told me would be increasing the brightness), or would getting a B7/C7 model be fine?

I guess I should mention that I'm looking more at the visual positives of an OLED screen and not much else. I can only watch things using the included speakers with the screen, I don't have many subscriptions to streaming services and won't need it to include software, and I don't have a 4k player (yet). This would only be future proofing for me since I need a tv now AND 99.8% of my movie collection is on bluray and dvd.

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