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Old 01-18-2018, 05:31 PM   #3101
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Try scenes with rich and intricate backgrounds like a wall with graffiti or tiles...sometimes smoothing blurrs out those fine details like Noise Reduction would
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Yea you are right it blurs out some fine details, well then I will not use it anymore.
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Old 01-19-2018, 04:37 AM   #3103
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i do have a question. Do the OLED's get warm like the Plasmas? like, warm up your room warm when it's been on for maybe 4 hours?
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i do have a question. Do the OLED's get warm like the Plasmas? like, warm up your room warm when it's been on for maybe 4 hours?
No it Will not be warm like a plasma.

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i do have a question. Do the OLED's get warm like the Plasmas? like, warm up your room warm when it's been on for maybe 4 hours?
No, my Kuros and Pannys were hot, but not my Sony 65" OLED.
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Yea you are right it blurs out some fine details, well then I will not use it anymore.
Just use it on low (1 or 2 max) and only for very bad transfers
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So I have this dead/stuck pixel on my OLED - that small blue dot in the black. Are there any ways I can fix this myself, or should I go straight to LG support? Thanks!

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Just use it on low (1 or 2 max) and only for very bad transfers
Could not use it 1 or 2 on my B6.it is sold now, he is coming to get it later.so I have to use my plasma till I get a new tv.
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Could not use it 1 or 2 on my B6.it is sold now, he is coming to get it later.so I have to use my plasma till I get a new tv.
How much did you buy B6 for and how much are you selling it for? Did you sell it on Ebay? Now you got your downpayment for you Sony ZD9!
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How much did you buy B6 for and how much are you selling it for? Did you sell it on Ebay? Now you got your downpayment for you Sony ZD9!
Bought it for 3 317,22 $

Selling it for 1 020,68 $

Because the LG 55B7 cost 1 784,92 $ brand new here in Norway.

IDK If I'm gonna buy ZD9,2018 models looks very interesting
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Bought it for 3 317,22 $

Selling it for 1 020,68 $

Because the LG 55B7 cost 1 784,92 $ brand new here in Norway.

IDK If I'm gonna buy ZD9,2018 models looks very interesting
Are you staying with LG or going with Sony or Panasonic?
I sold my Sony 45 projector on Amazon for $1417 just two days ago
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Are you staying with LG or going with Sony or Panasonic?
I sold my Sony 45 projector on Amazon for $1417 just two days ago
Thinking about Sony or Panasonic yes.

Well, I can't sell it any higher when the B7 cost what it cost, people would not buy my B6 then.
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Thinking about Sony or Panasonic yes.

Well, I can't sell it any higher when the B7 cost what it cost, people would not buy my B6 then.
Hey at least you're getting $1020,68 for your next downpayment
My new projetcor costed $1839 and by selling my Sony 45 projector for $1417 I really only ended up paying a fraction of the total cost!
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