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Well I’ve given it a month and a half before I made the post, but coming from QLED at every spot, I replaced one with a vizio h1 OLeD.


Wow.


There is a definite noticeable difference in pq.


Within the month of usage I’ve dealt with the poor software this model has had, which is mostly gaming issues, but now have the update.


There are some cons with the tech, but the pros far outweigh them imo.
 
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Well I’ve given it a month and a half before I made the post, but coming from QLED at every spot, I replaced one with a vizio h1 OLeD.


Wow.


There is a definite noticeable difference in pq.


Within the month of usage I’ve dealt with the poor software this model has had, which is mostly gaming issues, but now have the update.


There are some cons with the tech, but the pros far outweigh them imo.
What about static image burn-in possibilities?
 
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What about static image burn-in possibilities?
It was something I was concerned about, but not TOO concerned about considering I had plasmas for years.


It’s overblown imo. Although I haven’t had it long enough to say it’s gonna be more of an issue than it was for plasma. That said I never had an issue with plasma.
 
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I too have had plasma for years and have been thinking of going to OLED. I have a couple cheaper 4Ks but the main living room still has a 60" Plasma 1080.
I replaced one with a vizio h1 OLeD.
What size?
 
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I too have had plasma for years and have been thinking of going to OLED. I have a couple cheaper 4Ks but the main living room still has a 60" Plasma 1080.

What size?
This was as a direct replacement for the garage tv, so 55”.


I think myself and my ladies are all on board with OLeD replacement for the others.
 
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That the OLED is $1,000 to double the cost of the QLED is a pretty weighty con.
Double the cost of what QLED ?

What’s the cost of the OLeD?


The cost differential isn’t as pronounced as it once was.
 
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But what PQ can you expect from OLED in 5-10 years? On your current purchase?

That is still a problem, but maybe less than it was
 
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But what PQ can you expect from OLED in 5-10 years? On your current purchase?

That is still a problem, but maybe less than it was
Honestly, I have no idea. To me, that really isnt a big consideration as I will likely sell it and upgrade it before that point.
 
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Double the cost of what QLED ?]
The C1 goes for double the cost of the Samsung Q60A. It is 50% more than the Sony X90J or LG's own Nanocell model that are no slouches in the PQ and feature department.
What’s the cost of the OLeD?
What's the fascination with the lower case e? OLED is the proper acronym for Organic Light Emitting Diode.

The street price (not Black Friday) for the C1 is around $1,800. Other series OLEDs (P-series and Gallery) are quite a bit more while the lesser models (A, B) aren't a whole lot cheaper.

The price of OLEDs has come down but the price of Quantum Dot LEDs has come down as well.
 
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I was in Costco today.
A couple looking at tvs.
Wife asks husband
'Why is this one so much more than that one?'.
Husband looks over the tvs and says...
'This one is one of those OILED tvs.'

I guess the oiled tvs have better picture than the watercolor tvs.

LOL
 
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But what PQ can you expect from OLED in 5-10 years? On your current purchase?

That is still a problem, but maybe less than it was
in todays world wouldn't 5 or 6 years be half way through it's lifespan anyways?? there would be better tech out by then if his set craps out!!!
 
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That's what I'm asking, as I don't know that for sure.
i know sony puts there panels through a special process. i forgot what it's called though. but we are talking apples and oranges here in quality and price!!! id'e toss out a cheap set vs a sony with what there charging for em in todays world
 

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