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  1. I'm just running mine on Professional 2 while building up some hours. I found Pro1 too bright...... I have been unable to find any settings online so far.
  2. Good, I'm pretty juvenile and want to be entertained!
  3. Time for Round 2! The release will be available for purchase on May 6.
  4. I watched this for the first time last night and have to say that's the way it came across for me too.... However Ryan Gosling came across the same way in Bladerunner 2049 so maybe it's just him!
  5. Yes they do. These are just getting cheaper, if you're quick! https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Panasonic-TH-65FZ950U-65-165cm-OLED-UHD-Smart-TV/113176598966?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 Use the code PLOT10 for a $200 discount before 8/4/19. Makes it $2795.00 + delivery or pickup!
  6. My Panasonic Plasma is 11 years old and still works great, replaced it anyway and couldn't be happier!
  7. It will not...... 1830 x 940 x 250mm Delivery was only ~$50.
  8. Delivered this morning, installed and watched for the last few hours, lots of 4K streaming, VERY HAPPY! When the box turned up I wondered if they had brought a dining table by mistake.....
  9. Opportunistic purchase. I wanted to wait for an OLED to replace my Plasma, not happy with the LCD options. It finally made the price point I was happy with.... I would have been equally happy with the Sony A8F.
  10. So RTINGS.com just gave the LG 65B8 the best 65" in Winter 2019 award.... https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/by-size/65-inch JBHIFI now have it on special for $2995, supposedly ~$1K off! https://www.jbhifi.com.au/lg/lg-b8-65-4k-uhd-ai-smart-oled-tv/353475/ The prices on these are really starting to come down, Yeah!
  11. I don't think laying a panel gently down flat is that much of a problem per-se and is unlikely IMHO to hurt it. Being jolted and jarred while laying flat in transit is a whole other issue and where damage is likely to occur as internal components are probably unsupported in that orientation.
  12. So how does the Hisense version stack up by comparison? https://www.jbhifi.com.au/hisense/hisense-series-x-65-4k-uhd-smart-oled-tv/348302/
  13. There was nothing displayed at my local BigW (Menai), you only found out when you scanned the item. It applied to every item I tried......
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