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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    All I wanna know is...when is that 21:9 LCD getting replaced with an OLED 😄
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Contrast improve hou jaye ga with future mini-LED backlighting improvements and ultimately with micro-LED. OLEDs ki brightness ka kya hoga 🤣
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    buh buh buh muh nits :ROFLMAO:
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    23% weightage to Contrast, 14% to Brightness :ROFLMAO:🤷‍♂️
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Maybe some day with a gargantuan heat sink (Sony's approach) or a Sooper Dooper Evo Panel (LG's approach) 🤣
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Doesn't matter, hence Rtings giving more weightage to contrast levels than brightness. And its not even close :ROFLMAO:
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    It's not like OLEDs are hitting 1000 nits. Not even close 🤣
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    To abhi to OLED hi best hua na 🤷‍♂️
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Yeah it is for now. Once more TVs capable of 4000 nits are out there, this would change 🤷‍♂️
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Didn't Vincent also say the content is graded for 1000 nits? There you go, that's why those brightness levels aren't meaningful right now. Black levels are still well behind OLEDs.
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Peak 2% window is around 1550 nits
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Real world scene highlights. The most important stat for HDR brightness 🤣
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    I don't know why you keep repeating the reasons, we know that lol
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    The reason LCDs are behind in terms of contrast is local dimming and the form of backlighitng currently used, which again ties into the black levels issue.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Also, which stat is that 2000 nits? 2% window? :ROFLMAO:
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    CerebralTiger said:
    Didn't Vince say 4000 nits is the ideal value? Well, guess what...Samsung is already at 2000 🤣
    And the fact that Vincent, and the rest of the TV reviewers, pick OLED over Sony (and Samsung), is proof enough that contrast levels are the real game changer :ROFLMAO:
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Meanwhile, Necrokiller goes back and hugs his 21:9 LCD 😄🤷‍♂️
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Only a matter of time before 4000 nits becomes a reality. That's when I'll upgrade to another LCD 😄🤜
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Didn't Vince say 4000 nits is the ideal value? Well, guess what...Samsung is already at 2000 🤣
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    LG's new Evo Panel (featured in G1 series) is also brighter than their previous OLEDs, but still behind Sony and well behind Samsung LCDs in terms of nits.
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Technology is striving to get better in areas where it's weaker. OLEDs can't get any better, and burn-in will remain a problem. Sony added heat sinks to LG's OLED panel to get higher peak brightness, but ultimately, it's still behind their own LCDs in terms of nits 🤷‍♂️
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    CerebralTiger said:
    Because black levels and contrast is literally the only advantage it has 🤣
    Literally the game changer tho :ROFLMAO:
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Because black levels and contrast is literally the only advantage it has 🤣
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    CerebralTiger said:
    The problem with hitting OLED black levels has to do with backlighting. Micro-LED backlighting solves the issue
    Ultimately all the R&D is going towards achieving what OLED already does. Thanks for proving my point 🤷‍♂️
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  • GloriousChicken GloriousChicken:
    every new monitor has an issue that gets fixed by the next iteration s m h
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    CerebralTiger CerebralTiger: All I wanna know is...when is that 21:9 LCD getting replaced with an OLED 😄