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Old 04-05-2020, 07:37 AM
 
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Ended up with the Samsung QLED
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung...?skuId=6331761

Once in a while a fast movement gets pixelated as the screen tries to catch up. Other than that I dint have any complaints
Excellent, enjoy!

BTW that pixellation is due to source compression issues - or bandwidth limitations, nothing to do with the tv itself. If you have Netflix and high speed broadband internet try out some 4K content. Gorgeous.
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Old 04-06-2020, 10:24 AM
 
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QLED has come a long way in the last couple years. We had an older Sammy that was great, but decided I wanted to go 4K/HDR a few years ago. I wound up buying a Sony - wasn't impressed with the Sammy's at the time and mine had already had to be fixed twice, so that was a bit of a ding. OLED was far out of my price range at the time and I still dropped about $1500 on my screen. Cheaper now, of course, and I'd take a hard look at Samsung were I to buy a TV now, but I'd still be looking at Sony too. LG has been meh to me.

That said, with a gig internet connection, 4K HDR content looks great, regardless of who I'm streaming it through.
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Old 04-06-2020, 10:43 AM
 
Location: Riverside Ca
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Excellent, enjoy!

BTW that pixellation is due to source compression issues - or bandwidth limitations, nothing to do with the tv itself. If you have Netflix and high speed broadband internet try out some 4K content. Gorgeous.
Yeah 4k is nice. I’m still trying to get used to the clarity of the pic. Some of the movies I watched look weird cause I’m used to seeing them on my old tv. It’s a very nice pic definition.
Thanks for all the advice.
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