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  1. I think you will find Harvey Norman had the 77" LG W7 for $40,000.00 when they were first introduced into Australia earlier this year.
  2. How very true. John Wick 2 is just a HDR demo film that is all.
  3. No contest to the Z9D if the Whirlpool Forums is anything to go on and you play and watch HDR content. https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2618726
  4. Now reappeared on Sony Website as available this week. http://store.sony.com.au/KD65Z9D.html
  5. Now Very Very Difficult to obtain here in Australia. http://store.sony.com.au/KD65Z9D.html#start=1
  6. Congratulations on obtaining one. Not sure on the Sony Strategy here as they never really pushed the Z9D and supply has seemed to be very limited and hardly ever seen in a retail store. Not useful if trying to boost a few sales. Just have to wonder if a similar situation will occur with the new A1 Oled
  7. Highly Unlikely as the ZD9 was going for as low as $4600 at JBHiFi but there seems to be virtually none to be found anymore in Australia.
  8. I would think the major points for possible buyers is 1) Can the LG 7 series be fully calibrated. 2) Has LG improved motion handling in the C7 to equal the Sony A1 or Panasonic EZ9500 Flatpanelshd were comparing motion handling to the LG C6 which has been around for quite a while.
  9. HDR is pretty abysmal on the KU6000 so wise move to stay on the J6200 and get a half decent picture in 1080p instead.
  10. First proper review of Sony A1 65" http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1492757435
  11. Educated guess considering a LG G7 is $40K and the Sony A1 is considered to be better so will not be cheaper. Quote: 77" G7 is $40,000. Saw one at Moore Park today.
  12. And 2017 Samsung Qleds hardly getting rave reviews even the high end Q9, though the curved screen gimmick might finally be getting through to Samsung Korea
  13. Going to be a good few years down the road as the biggest OLED screen they have managed to date is 77" and the Sony A1 will be more than $40,000 Going to be many years before OLED TVs can be competitive on price with the large 75" + LCDs
  14. That is about to change once there is more than one OLED TV maker in 2017 even using a LG Screen.
  15. The only advantage of 2016 Oled would be 4K that never got to last gen Plasma. LG may be the only maker of TV OLED screens but their TV technology is way behind the likes of Panasonic and Sony with HXC2 and X1 extreme processing to make the most of OLED while LG gets many complaints regarding processing like 'Trumotion' and dithering to compensate for banding which causes artifacts and blurry TV pictures. Quote: Trumotion also seems to create artifacts in Clear or Smooth settings: try De-Judder = 5 and De-Blur=10. Quote: LG's OLEDs have poor up-scaling and motion. I think the truth will be revealed once the Sony and Pansonic Oled TVs are reviewed by an independent source. Not like the 4K UP970 player is considered to be any good compared to the opposition.
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