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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1050 on: Aug 23, 2019 at 12:49 PM »
don't those TV's upscale HD content to 4K ala some Samsung models?
they do but that’s simulated content and not native content

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1051 on: Aug 23, 2019 at 01:20 PM »
Totoo po ba talaga yun issue na burn in ng mga oled tv?
Kasi mismo yun mga sales rep ng abenson at ansons nagsasabi na meron daw talaga burn in issue ang oled specially kung gagamitin mo sya pag mga naka static na naka display sa tv (like yun abs cbn logo, cignal logo etc...), so sabi sakin ng mga sales rep, if you will used naman mainly for netflix and bluray ok lang naman yun...

Kaso medyo ang hirap naman ata nun, parang kailanagn e control ko pa sa bahay pag nanonood sila ng mga local chanenels or yun may mga static logos...na dapat hwag parati gamitin yun tv manood ng mga ganun shows ....

1 year ko ginamit as pc monitor yung LG C8 ko. No Burn in issue. I played dota, edited youtube videos and browsed the internet with lots of static images. Never had issues. I guess it depends sa usage hours? I don't think I've racked enough usage hours on my tv. I have to check though. Will do a follow-up video on my LG C8 soon. :D (it's what actually got my youtube channel rolling. lol)

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1052 on: Aug 24, 2019 at 05:39 PM »
Just wanna share my experience with LG Oled C7 model... I noticed a box image in the middle when I was watching a movie and some other screen uniformity issues. Screen burn maybe?.. The box can't be seen in Color Black (haha because I think the pixel is off) but it is notieceable in colors red, white, yellow and other light colors..

I reported it to LG last Sunday, emailed some pictures and then immediately got a reply. Someone contacted me the following day and remotely accessed my TV to check if there are other issues.. Today they went to the house, checked the TV and immediately replaced the panel.. I just showed them the receipt that it was still under warranty.

Really happy with their service. Anybody had the same issues with Oled? I just want to know how to prevent it. I don't leave any static images because I am aware of screen burn issues and I also had a lot of plasma TV's before..

For me worth it narin even if I encountered an issue because OLED PQ is still the best for me..

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1053 on: Aug 24, 2019 at 05:41 PM »

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1054 on: Aug 24, 2019 at 05:42 PM »
You can barely see it when an image or video is being displayed..


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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1055 on: Aug 25, 2019 at 06:48 PM »
Just wanna share my experience with LG Oled C7 model... I noticed a box image in the middle when I was watching a movie and some other screen uniformity issues. Screen burn maybe?.. The box can't be seen in Color Black (haha because I think the pixel is off) but it is notieceable in colors red, white, yellow and other light colors..

I reported it to LG last Sunday, emailed some pictures and then immediately got a reply. Someone contacted me the following day and remotely accessed my TV to check if there are other issues.. Today they went to the house, checked the TV and immediately replaced the panel.. I just showed them the receipt that it was still under warranty.

Really happy with their service. Anybody had the same issues with Oled? I just want to know how to prevent it. I don't leave any static images because I am aware of screen burn issues and I also had a lot of plasma TV's before..

For me worth it narin even if I encountered an issue because OLED PQ is still the best for me..

Thats what I called True Great After Sales Service!
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1056 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 12:55 PM »
Just wanna share my experience with LG Oled C7 model... I noticed a box image in the middle when I was watching a movie and some other screen uniformity issues. Screen burn maybe?.. The box can't be seen in Color Black (haha because I think the pixel is off) but it is notieceable in colors red, white, yellow and other light colors..

I reported it to LG last Sunday, emailed some pictures and then immediately got a reply. Someone contacted me the following day and remotely accessed my TV to check if there are other issues.. Today they went to the house, checked the TV and immediately replaced the panel.. I just showed them the receipt that it was still under warranty.

Really happy with their service. Anybody had the same issues with Oled? I just want to know how to prevent it. I don't leave any static images because I am aware of screen burn issues and I also had a lot of plasma TV's before..

For me worth it narin even if I encountered an issue because OLED PQ is still the best for me..
Hi Sir. Did they tell you the cause of that screen issue?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1057 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 05:30 PM »
IMHO, LG probably has the best aftersales service in Metro Manila at the moment.

Meanwhile, here's their top of the line model in Asia:



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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1058 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 05:36 PM »
However, I believe this is probably the best commercially-available TV right now:

Panasonic Viera GZ2000

The department store made a mistake (see last photo) putting the inferior panel of the 8k Aquos within 8 ft of the far superior PQ of the GZ2000.




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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1059 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 06:08 PM »
MicroLED will be a better alternative to OLED by 2026. :)

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1060 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 06:34 PM »
Hi Sir. Did they tell you the cause of that screen issue?

He didn't say exactly but I think he mentioned that there are also some burn-in cases due to Cable TV Viewing where a logo caused a screen burn-in but it's very rare.. Btw, my 2yr old daughter also uses the TV for Youtube Kids and Netflix.
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1061 on: Aug 26, 2019 at 07:21 PM »
IMHO, LG probably has the best aftersales service in Metro Manila at the moment.

Meanwhile, here's their top of the line model in Asia:



Sobrang mahal this LG Oled W.

No casing ,just the plastic sheet, Double the price. :(
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1062 on: Sep 04, 2019 at 04:09 PM »
Skyworth oled is now available locally sana bumaba na presyuhan ng oled.





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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1063 on: Sep 04, 2019 at 05:40 PM »






Skyworth OLED


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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1064 on: Sep 04, 2019 at 05:54 PM »
Whoa!  I hope someone gets to audition this one soon.

The pricing is a tad bit optimistic but I'm pretty sure these will go down considerably after Christmas.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1065 on: Sep 05, 2019 at 12:45 AM »
yung pricing nila hindi malayo sa lg oled.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1066 on: Sep 05, 2019 at 07:26 AM »
LG panel na din gamit nila and sm pa lang ang exclusive na nagbebenta so ala pa kalaban.




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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1067 on: Sep 05, 2019 at 10:06 AM »
So why Toshiba naka-display.  Hehe

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1069 on: Sep 05, 2019 at 01:19 PM »
yung pricing nila hindi malayo sa lg oled.

Ganun pag LG din yung panel supplier ng Skyworth.

BOE China OLED panels should be cheaper, but quality yet to be seen.
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1071 on: Sep 06, 2019 at 08:25 AM »
Just wanna share my experience with LG Oled C7 model... I noticed a box image in the middle when I was watching a movie and some other screen uniformity issues. Screen burn maybe?.. The box can't be seen in Color Black (haha because I think the pixel is off) but it is notieceable in colors red, white, yellow and other light colors..

I reported it to LG last Sunday, emailed some pictures and then immediately got a reply. Someone contacted me the following day and remotely accessed my TV to check if there are other issues.. Today they went to the house, checked the TV and immediately replaced the panel.. I just showed them the receipt that it was still under warranty.

Really happy with their service. Anybody had the same issues with Oled? I just want to know how to prevent it. I don't leave any static images because I am aware of screen burn issues and I also had a lot of plasma TV's before..

For me worth it narin even if I encountered an issue because OLED PQ is still the best for me..

Vincent Teo from HDTV Test mentioned that you should always put your TV on standby power when not using it (i.e. never unplug it) so that it can run its compensation cycle/ pixel refresh when it is on standby.

Other than that, sa personal experience ko, I just vary the content that I watch but it's not intentional on my part. I just watch different contents lang talaga.

I did use it as a PC monitor for almost a year, and never got burn in even though there were a lot of static images. Another thing to consider is to lower the OLED Light level. I find that 70 seems to be the acceptable OLED light brightness level during day time and at night, I put it on Energy Saving - Medium or even Maximum when just browsing stuff on the internet.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1072 on: Sep 09, 2019 at 01:43 PM »
I have a LG OLED B6. By the 3 minute mark of this 8K video the video part starts stuttering very badly. Audio is good but video frames only change every 5 seconds or so.

https://youtu.be/6k7a8bw451M

Could you check if your 4K TV has the same issue?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1073 on: Sep 09, 2019 at 02:05 PM »
Vincent Teo from HDTV Test mentioned that you should always put your TV on standby power when not using it (i.e. never unplug it) so that it can run its compensation cycle/ pixel refresh when it is on standby.

Pang OLED lang ba itong compensation cycle/ pixel refresh or for LED din?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1074 on: Sep 09, 2019 at 03:27 PM »
Pang OLED lang ba itong compensation cycle/ pixel refresh or for LED din?
pang OLED lang since wala naman burn in issues and normal LED.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1075 on: Sep 09, 2019 at 03:59 PM »
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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1076 on: Sep 09, 2019 at 07:41 PM »
I was gifted with an LG OLED TV bought from costco in the states. I can’t seem to change the country during set up. Could this tv be “locked” for US use only? None of the apps are working (netflix, youtube, etc). Is there a way to “unlock” this for use inthe Philippines? Could I ask LG to do this for me?

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1077 on: Sep 13, 2019 at 04:01 PM »
I was gifted with an LG OLED TV bought from costco in the states. I can’t seem to change the country during set up. Could this tv be “locked” for US use only? None of the apps are working (netflix, youtube, etc). Is there a way to “unlock” this for use inthe Philippines? Could I ask LG to do this for me?

you could. just call them on their hotline. they are very responsive. But I'm guessing they probably won't do anything or maybe they can but for a charge? Just contact them directly. Also, I am thinking the apps really are region locked, I guess? I hate that the local OLEDs don't come with Google Assistant.

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Re: OLED TV
« Reply #1078 on: Sep 13, 2019 at 04:34 PM »
I was gifted with an LG OLED TV bought from costco in the states. I can’t seem to change the country during set up. Could this tv be “locked” for US use only? None of the apps are working (netflix, youtube, etc). Is there a way to “unlock” this for use inthe Philippines? Could I ask LG to do this for me?
Get VPN that has a US IP address and configure it for your TV.

Least hassle way to get about this.