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  # 2389603 10-Jan-2020 11:37
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The place where Plasmas still trump OLED / QLED is motion...


Not overly bright, use a ton of power and generate heat like no one elses business - but man they handle motion brilliantly.


I will be a sad boy when I have to replace my VT60.



From what I hear, if they manage to finally implement 120hz BFI in 2020 OLEDs, you will get as good or better motion as plasma. HDTVTest suspects that is what Sony's new "X-Motion Clarity" feature is.


OT, sorry.

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Uber Geek

  # 2392256 15-Jan-2020 00:04
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There is simply no way you can ever go from a Plasma to a LCD without regretting it.


I've got one of the brand new Philips hospitality TV's here at home at present (HFL5014) and it's quite remarkable how bad it is compared to my Pioneer Plasma which I still don't want to get rid of! 





It's even worse if you've experienced a good aperture-grille CRT. Although there are advantages to OLED, I can't believe how 2D the picture looks by comparison. 

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