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Old 05-17-2017, 09:07 PM   #1
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Default LG Signature OLED65W7P OLED Ultra HDTV Review

Hopefully a future firmware update might make the HDMI ports HDMI version 2.0b so that Dolby Vision can be supported over HDMI, since currently the set only supports Dolby Vision for streaming.


The following are some select quotes from the Sound and Vision magazine review:


"Like LCD TVs, OLED sets in general have more motion blur than the now long-departed plasma displays. That’s simply the name of the game on all of today’s sets."



"All of LG’s new Ultra HD sets are fully compatible with the two major forms of HDR: HDR10 (uses static metadata, which remains constant throughout the program) and Dolby Vision (uses dynamic metadata, altered as needed from scene to scene or even from shot to shot)."


"All of the HDMI inputs (four are provided) are HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2, and they can decode Ultra HD sources using either the HEVC (H.265) or VP9 video compression codec. While H.265 is used almost universally on Ultra HD Blu-rays, some streaming content uses VP9. LG no longer supports 3D, which will be a disappointment for some fans, since the company’s passive-glasses rendering of the format was often impressive. But it appears that all of the major TV makers have now dropped 3D."


Read more at https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...opoXYKzv6cX.99

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