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I am guessing no one watched

I am guessing no one watched it?

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I tried watching.....but it

I tried watching.....but it wanted me to log in via facebook, which I didn't want. Besidess, I have been quite busy lately. How was it?

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bigboss wrote:

bigboss wrote:

I tried watching.....but it wanted me to log in via facebook, which I didn't want. Besidess, I have been quite busy lately. How was it?

Same problem here.  What were the results?

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That seemed a little strange,

That seemed a little strange, i just created an account and it let me straight in. Scratch one-s head

It was a great night, especially Joe Kane's presentation, i missed the last hour or so but i don't think the results are until tonight. Earlier start tonight 8pm, Dr Larry Webber the inventor of Plasma Tv will be there and it will be interesting to hear what he has to say.

I have to admit Plasma was a huge mis at this event and i don't know where things are going from here but it doesn't look good IMO.

 

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HDTVfan wrote:

HDTVfan wrote:

That seemed a little strange, i just created an account and it let me straight in.*scratch_one-s_head*

It was a great night, especially Joe Kane's presentation, i missed the last hour or so but i don't think the results are until tonight. Earlier start tonight 8pm, Dr Larry Webber the inventor of Plasma Tv will be there and it will be interesting to hear what he has to say.

I have to admit Plasma was a huge mis at this event and i don't know where things are going from here but it doesn't look good IMO.

 

LG OLED mate.  

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http://www.highdefdigest.com

http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/LG/OLED/eisa-awards/Awards/lg-ultra-hd-oled-tv-wins-eisa-award/17228

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gel wrote:

gel wrote:

http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/LG/OLED/eisa-awards/Awards/lg-ult...

I really hope that is the case Gel, but it is early days and it also has some problems.

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You guys are missing a great

You guys are missing a great show tonight.

 

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HDTVfan wrote:

HDTVfan wrote:

You guys are missing a great show tonight.

 

What happened?  Did the LG OLED TV win?

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gel wrote:

gel wrote:

HDTVfan wrote:

You guys are missing a great show tonight.

 

What happened?  Did the LG OLED TV win?

No results yet.

 

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Shame they didn't put a

Shame they didn't put a panasonic plasma on the test as the results msy have been very different...

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http://www.cnet.com/news/lg

http://www.cnet.com/news/lg-wins-value-electronics-shootout-2014/

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Taken from Value Electronics'

Taken from Value Electronics' Facebook page:

''We have a correction to our early determination on the 2014 King of TV. LG's EC9300 OLED won in the most categories and in the most important categories, however, if all the categories are averaged for each TV, the F8500 comes out slightly higher overall. So this year we are declaring a tie between the LG EC9300 OLED and Samsung F8500 plasma, with the expert calibrators' top pick as the Samsung OLED! Congrats to the excellent Samsung, Sony, and LG displays competing in the event.''

The F8500 beat the LG in terms of color accuracy and motion resolution (OLED TVs still use the "sample and hold" method, which reduces motion resolution to LED TV levels).

Assuming your VT65's still working well enough, Gel, I reckon you're set for the next few years...

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