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- QuestionThere are three 65 inch OLED, smart 4K sets, one is curved. What are the differences between the three since the prices vary significantly. All are 3D as well. Tom Perry (6 Answers)Answers
There are 4 models for 2016. The B6 does not support 3d. The C6 is curved and supports 3d. The C6 upgrades to a thinner monitor called "picture on glass" and a Harmon Kardon 40 watt soundbar. The G6 upgrades to a 60 watt Harmon kardon soundbar and I believe it has a "premium" remote.
- Questionwhat is the difference between series G6, C6, B6 . DOES IT SOMETHING TO DO WITH PERFORMANCE OF EACH MODEL? PLS EXPLAIN. I AM UNDICIDED WHICH ONE I BOUY. THANK YOU (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow is the glare if this is in a fairly bright room? (6 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow good is this for gaming and watching sports? (6 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow high is the bottom of the screen above the stand? With a Sonos soundbar the bottom couple inches of my current TV screen is obstructed. The LG OLED looks like it sits a bit higher than the Samsung. (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat is the refresh rate on the OLED's ? (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes this model have HDR10 also? I read that it would have this and Dolby Vision (4 Answers)
- QuestionI just bought this tv and am wondering about the 3d. Does it come with glasses? If so how many pairs and what kind are they? Im very surprised no Info on this has been conveyed through top questions.. Thanks for any help! (5 Answers)Answers
- Questionwhat about the burn in problem in oled tv ??? (4 Answers)Answers
Burn in problem may be an "Urban Legend" for OLED displays. Since each pixel is a discrete light source, it would require the light source to be "on" to some degree. The screen is so "black" that if I turn all of the lights off in the room at night, I can't tell that the TV is even on, unless the small red LED at the bottom of the TV is in view. However in the picture menu is an option to "Clear panel noise". That makes sense to me since there may be a "confused" pixel after having the TV on for extended periods of time. None of the OLED TVs on display have any signs of burn in, so I am not concerned and very happy with my purchase. To further dispel any burn-in rumors, if OLED burn in was a problem, I believe we would have more evidence from all of the cell phones which now use OLED screens. When I think of burn-in, I think of the early 2000's with plasma TVs and LCD technologies. I am VERY happy with my purchase.
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- QuestionDoes this unit have RVU, Directv Ready? (4 Answers)
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