The Qled is not as good a picture (still good) but won’t get screen burn,A purist will probably go for the oled unless it’s going to be viewed in a really bright room
Plz advise me: confused between Qled vs Sony x95G
LG NANO AND AI THINQ has now incorporated mobile apps and WiFi remote and device recognition in their TVs.
Thanks to this video I went with QLED and never gonna look back. it has a stunning picture quality and above all no screen burn in so I can enjoy any content for unlimited hours and not forced to change it every now and then to avoid the burning.
The perfect TV would be an OLED without the well known gradual degradation of pixels (color, brightness) over time and screen burning issues.An OLED can be a no brainer winner the first years of use but... once your pixels start to degradate... ¿?
LG TV will crack under swivel motion on LG approved swivel mount after as soon as 18 mths.. And it won't be cover under warranty. Pls be aware..
My 18mos. old LG OLED B8 has burn in AND dark blotches that apparently will never go away. Contacted LG support and have yet to receive any response from them. They are well aware of the problems with their panels. They just don't care. Will never buy another LG TV regardless of it's techoology. STAY AWAY from them.
You should have researched before. OLED = organic. Anything organic can and will die. It’s only a matter of time
The oled color palette is leaning toward pink, where the qled palette leans to the yellow.
Oled surfer ftom black crush,snd burn in,buy a quled
Nice n clear information. Thanks
i can't keep my eyes off LG OLED.. but that chance of screen burn in and OLED pixel degradation are the major letdowns..
And don’t play for hours or watch cable for hours on end and u will be fine
sworddice turn on screen shift and turn on screen saver and u will be fine and I recommend on singleplayer games turn the hud off
both is best right now in around world
The last quarter of this video and an advertisement to Samsung which for me is a shit quality making company
Samsung once did a oled TV and never went back to them due to burning issues however they use oled in there phones due to screen not always on so don't have burning issues and people changing phones at least every 2 years just thought I'd share a fact to you 🙂
I play video games for at least 5 hours one session. For me burn in can a hugeeee issue.
Has jack shit to do with Samsung vs Lg. Guy just rambling about qled vs oled and never mentions LG once. Dumb ass video with a click bait title.👎👎👎😡
So if I am going to play games I should go for QLDE right.
Still have no clue...
the burn in issue with OLEDtvs make me think twice before buying em
@NeverTalkToCops1 and who the fuck are you to call yourself a "we"?and who cares if "we" doesn't care?you are so pointless which I don't know how to reply, seriously.I wasn't talking to you to give me your reply as a "we"do something else better than searching random comments to replyif screen burn-in is not a "big issues" after paying usd1500 minimum then who is the stupid here, as you talking about stupidity?with which logic people are "stupid" if they like to watch their favorite show for hours during a day?at last, you need to prove me that you are over 18 to make me ke you seriously and have a logic conversation, otherwise get lost kid.
@Picasso Pablo What does "premium" picture quality mean? I'll tell you, NOTHING, you are simply using a greasy marketing word. Burn in is not a thing unless you are stupid to put some solid, static display on your Oled for a long time. You fail to articulate "big issues" with oled, so reasonable people must and will dismiss your comments. We don't care how "thrilled" you are. Were you in a bathroom, being thrilled?
Picasso Pablo thanks for your reply i will do the same 👍🏻
thats the only reason why i went with QLED and now i'm thrilled with its premium picture quality and no big issues like OLED has.i hope you done the same
OLED risks burn in and Samsung doesn't have Dolby Vision, it also has poorer viewing angles. Neither are great.
One must be drunk to choose QLED over OLED.
Steven L and the price lol
QLED doesn't have burn in and the latest model Q9FN is very similar to an OLED. The problem with QLED is the lack of Dolby vision.
I know this review was posted a year ago; however, still useful information. Just know that the Samsung QLED Q90R is the same price as the LG C9P OLED. The viewing angle issue mentioned in this video has been fixed with the Q90R as well which I believe Samsung actually included in the Q80R models as well and the Q80R is about $800 cheaper.
I grew up with tv’s that had 4 channels in black and white. Those were the days!
Samsung no Iptv blocked
I got the Q7c on black friday when the price dropped by half and got same as cash financing for 3 years which i got done in few months lol the tv is gorgeous and yes the setup is literally that easy the damn thing played a song it was happy to be alive and set itself up they are a joy to own.
Witch tv to take im going to shop tomorom whitch is better for ps4 pro and movies?
If you only watching from cable tv or thru and amazon it is useless... They will deliver only 1080
pogi pogihan so my old lcd that I bought in 2006 that is 1080p will look as good as my oled tv if I’m playing the same content at 1080p?
While OLED is much better, LED is a mature technique, so QLED is an interesting technology IMO. Samsung could've easily roll out OLED televisions left and right but instead they differentiate themselves from the competition by introducing a proven technique, improved. OLED has too many downsides.. think of channel logo's displaying in the top left/right corner.. those will burn in. It's not a matter of if, but when. That's a no go signal for me already. QLED all the way.
They all look 144P to me.
I have a question: i'm not a tech type of person but through my work I'm able to buy the 65" Class Q90R QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (2019) close to a $1000 cheaper . I do have some plug type of devices; fire stick, ect. .. So, would you buy an LG - 65" Class - OLED - C8 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR, which would cost $300 more than the samsung.. Like I said since i'm not great with tech stuff so the plug in stuff I have, is that going to be an issue with an LG?
Shut the fuk up
This man is standing with his feet slightly to far apart, and it's really freaking me out
LG QLED because Samsung reliability sucks and so does OLED TV's..
Im getting a C9. The Q9FN is great, but the fact that its more expensive and in a 65" at the least decides it for me.The C9 has a 55" option for my room, less expensive, and has better black levels is the decider. My bedroom is usually dark so theres no reason for me to get a TV with up to 1500 nits of brightness.
One connect boxes blow. The one connect box is the reason Custom AV installers avoid any Samsung TV that has it, but unfortunately we have to use the frame TVs a lot