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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    You'll be pretty much spending oled prices for a good kick ass LCD with good HDR. Anything sub 1k is not hdr no matter how much they advertise it.
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    i spent like $1700 on it (65") keep in mind that is norway prices
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    a year later it was way cheaper but that's just what happens
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    You rich Boi. Spent more then me on my oled. I opted for pixel density and smaller size as I sit closer.
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    everything is more expensive in norway
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    God Bless America
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    still only 600-700 nits i have to use the contrast enhancer to make bright lights look as bright as they are supposed to but the alternative was the next tier up and buying a demo model that would've been about the same cost, that had 1000 nits but issues with black crush
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    Where prices are low
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    very dark scenes are more common than very bright scenes so i think i made the right choice
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    there was also a sony with worse local dimming and the glow was really apparent
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    Human vision is non linear anyway. 100 nits is about 50% of the peak output of a 10,000 nit display.
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  • Julie_Pilgrim @ Julie_Pilgrim:
    "very dark scenes are more common than very bright scenes" not in the games i play
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    really have to buy the top end model to get a tv that doesnt have any of those compromises and that would've had more dimming zones too but i am not made o money
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    @Julie_Pilgrim "very bright" is essentially pure white
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    pure white doesn't show up all that much it's mainly when looking at a bright sky
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    and if the clouds in the sky have slightly less definition to them because i turned on the contrast enhancer who cares
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    that's not important
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    i can't tell the difference
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    but i can certainly tell the difference with black crush if i'm watching a scifi movie and i can't see wtf is going on
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    Human vision is logarithmic, it's not linear. And nits doesn't tell the whole story of perceived brightness. OLED'S look brighter then LCD's even when both are set to the same nit values because of the higher contrast ratio on OLED's
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  • SG854 @ SG854:
    OLED's have a 3D look
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  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    Charging port is more likely to fry up or battery fail before the display tbh lol
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    "And nits doesn't tell the whole story of perceived brightness" it's not about perceived brightness it's about all HDR content in TV and movies being mastered for 1000 nits so it doesn't look right with anything lower, it's also about dynamic range
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    "OLED's have a 3D look" no they don't lol
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    The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye: "OLED's have a 3D look" no they don't lol