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Old 03-06-2020, 08:03 PM   #1
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I have a 65 Oled and it has burn marks. The marks are from a video game and the guy told me while Oled is the best on the market, they are not necessarily the best for gaming. I want to know which tv would be best to do both? I bought the protection plan so I have about $4,000 to work with. I would like 3D capability also but I hear they dont make them anymore. Any help would be appreciated.
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Well here goes nuthin. Wish me luck. Heading to Best Buy now.
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You only gave like 2.5 hrs lol. Outside of OLED.... I guess a Samsung Q90R?

LCD models right now are all over the place. But if you like to game a lot I'd recommend that one.

If you watch movies more than gaming, I'd recommend the Vizio Quantum X. It's still good for gaming but it has better color and contrast.

Unfortunately, 3D is dead on TVs. Only projectors support it now sadly.
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I am gonna stick with Oled. I am gonna choose between these two. Thoughts??

Sony Master Series A9G 65Inch or LG C9 65 inch

Sony is $3500 and LG is 2200. Thats a big difference so thats why I am debating. I could use the rest of my 4300 store credit on other stuff if I get the LG.
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Get the C9. There’s very, very little difference in quality between the two. The C9 has better tone mapping. The Sony might be slightly better in overall image processing, but definitely not $1300 better (and not something the great majority of people notice anyway). Also, the C9 has better gaming specs.

You’ll probably get no burning with LG too, as their safe guards (like the dimming of lengthy static image objects) starting with the C8 are pretty effective.
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Yeah go with the C9 and use the money you save to get a ub820/9000.
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I went with the C9. Thx to all that helped.
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are you happy with the C9? looking to buy a new tv for the first time in years.
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@Kellx, love the C9, great TV and excellent value.

Another good choice to consider is LG's 2020 successor CX series. They just launched and prices are very reasonable.
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I went with the C9. Thx to all that helped.
You got burn-in before and still going with OLED
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You got burn-in before and still going with OLED
Things have improved a fair bit with built in tech and a change to pixel structure since those earlier models and i'm more convinced by a test done by Hdtvtest.co.uk comparing LCD and OLED.

Vincent Teoh who does the reviews and comparisons took the Q90R and a C9 and put them head to head. The LG not only produced the same inky blacks in GAME mode compared to the Q90R which had to shed all the great processing needed to make it sing to get lower input but looked considerably worse.

I feel like the C9 is the natural choice for me as i use my TV almost exclusively and have adjusted my viewing habits to Plasma which like OLED could get Burn In and cannot go back to the lesser blacks of LCDs. I think if you're in a household with others who use it, i'd be much more wary of an OLED if they leave high contrast static images on and so forth.
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I'm waiting to see what QLED brings to the table because I once noticed what can happen to a Vita with an OLED screen, so I'm taking a hard pass until then.
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