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Item: Sony Bravia 65 inch OLED TV KD65A8F
Item Condition: Brand New
Reason for selling: Going for 75"
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: It's Brand New Sealed. Bought in December. Located in Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. Pick Up only
Item: LG 65" OLED UHD TV (2016 model)
Location: Carnegie, Melbourne
Price: $3,200 ono
Item Condition: perfect condition and still have original box with all included foam to assist with transporting the TV.
Reason for selling: upgrading to projector.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or net banking transfer.
Extra Info: I bought this back in Feb and it still has 6 months left of manufacturer warranty, plus I opted for the 5 year product care option with Harvey Norman when I purchased it. According to the Harvey Norman web site this is transferable so the new owner will have the same cover. It's an amazing tv, and supports HDR10 along with Dolby Vision as well. It's running the latest FW v4.31.10, and I have it plugged into a Samsung k8500 uhd bd player and happy to demo any of my 50 UHD blu rays or you can bring your own of course.
Link to product: http://www.lg.com/au/tvs/lg-OLED65B6T
Feel free to drop me a PM if you have any queries.
I'm currently on holidays overseas, but will be back this Sunday.
Hi. Is there a clear cut winner in terms of OLED TVs yet?
Is it worth waiting for the new models?
A friend is finally replacing the 12 year old plasma I gave him a few years ago.
Budget is $5k. Hopefully buys a 65” from what I’ve seen.
I know they’re all LG screens but apparently that doesn’t make LG best.
I know OLED is more expensive, but it must be worth the money. It can't make the value that high without having good features. What would you choose?
Yes that review provides the explanation of human perception of blurring if there is no blanking between frames. I am not sure what practical effect this will have. The review itself concedes it is not an issue for low frame rate 24fps. I wonder how much lack of blanking would visibly affect a 60fps source. Would human eyes really notice blurring in a real life scene (say basketball) captured at that frame rate?:
This article provides an easy to follow explanation and some practical details: http://www.blurbusters.com/faq/oled-motion-blur/ It includes the comment: