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  Reply # 1966104 28-Feb-2018 20:24
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I have a Panasonic 65" OLED and Sony 55" LCD. Both TVs were purchased within the last 18 months. The OLED has killed my viewing enjoyment on the Sony LCD. There is no comparison to true black and infinite contrast. That said, LCD looks best in a brightly lit room, and OLED looks best in a dimmer environment.


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  Reply # 1966121 28-Feb-2018 20:52
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and does oled truly have a 1ms delay?





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  Reply # 1966462 1-Mar-2018 13:11
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and does oled truly have a 1ms delay?

 

 

According to Rtings, both 55" and 65" LG OLEDs can achieve 21ms while set in Game mode; resolution at 4K 60Hz or 1080P  60Hz

 

 


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  Reply # 1966572 1-Mar-2018 15:42
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Ok thanks, I thoguht I saw on another seller website (can't remember which) it had a 1ms delay which i thought was improbable! [Or my brain could have created false memories, which is also quite possible]





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