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Old 08-02-2017, 04:37 AM   #41
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I bought the Sony X940E and at first, the image seemed a little over-processed compared with the 9-year-old Sony it replaced. It soon became the standard by which I judge the rest. I'm really happy with it, but it is in a room with a wall of windows two stories high. Mostly, I just enjoy the show. I'm not sure how much Dolby Vision will bring to the table, but I can't imagine it will be large difference. I evaluated a lot of TVs, admittedly in a showroom, but I stand by my choice. It does take a while to boot up (30-45 seconds), but once it does, I have no problems with it. That is, the audio doesn't switch to the AVR right away. The image appears right away. I have a slight motion blur during panning scenes, but I think I have it on medium or standard motion control. Would I buy it again if I had to do it over? Absolutely, yes.

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I finally took an afternoon to look at which TV I would get.

The LG B6 was on display and it was right beside the Sony tv.

LG B6 had Mad Max Fury road on it and it looked gorgeous. It was what I would want out of a modern TV. The problem is after watching it for about 15 minutes I started to notice how the image shook. I was very surprised and asked the sales guy about it. He explained that is how the OLED works. Wow... what a turn off.

Unfortunately the Sony OLED did not have Mad Max however I did not notice the same issue. I asked sales guy about that and he said Sony's Oled is better. Thanks for the technical details...lol

Anyways then I compared the Sony 940E and Sony 900E. Both were quite nice and I noticed no issues EXCEPT what most people have mentioned here with blacks not being as black. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't bad.

I then turned to Samsung and although I find their price a little high - it did look very nice. It was very bright and even though just demo content, it was quite good. If the price was similar then I would consider.

Ultimately I think I would want a Sony OLED based on what I saw. Problem always comes down to size. I want a 75"+ and that just isn't possible for my budget.

I am going to wait a little while longer and see what comes out in 2018.

One other comment though is all of these new TV looks fairly good. I think the blacks of the OLED is the only thing I really notice. Problem is - if the image isn't smooth for sports or movies... that is worse than any PQ differences.
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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sony-55...?skuId=5748209

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I was about to order this TV when the price jumped up $500. Now its almost the same price as the 65 LG OLED. Hopefully it goes back down before the Super Bowl.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DIY_HD View Post
I bought the Sony X940E and at first, the image seemed a little over-processed compared with the 9-year-old Sony it replaced. It soon became the standard by which I judge the rest. I'm really happy with it, but it is in a room with a wall of windows two stories high. Mostly, I just enjoy the show. I'm not sure how much Dolby Vision will bring to the table, but I can't imagine it will be large difference. I evaluated a lot of TVs, admittedly in a showroom, but I stand by my choice. It does take a while to boot up (30-45 seconds), but once it does, I have no problems with it. That is, the audio doesn't switch to the AVR right away. The image appears right away. I have a slight motion blur during panning scenes, but I think I have it on medium or standard motion control. Would I buy it again if I had to do it over? Absolutely, yes.
Can you elaborate on the motion blur you experience. I am still considering a 940E and have watched it a few times in the showroom and have yet to really see a motion blur. Would love to have a 75 inch Z9 but that is a big price jump. The 65 inch Z9 is now slightly cheaper than the 75 inch 940 but that bigger screen is dramatic.
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