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strapped for cash wrote:

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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...

Good to see you mate.  *smile*. My Panasonic is still going strong, sometimes I look at the side for screen burn but none at present.  I reckon we are really lucky with our TVs and yep can't see them being beaten by much for sometime.  The blacks on the Panasonic are really fantastic.  Just goes to show how good the Samsung plasma was

Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV,  Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.

 

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gel wrote:

gel wrote:

strapped for cash wrote:

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...

Good to see you mate.  *smile*. My Panasonic is still going strong, sometimes I look at the side for screen burn but none at present.  I reckon we are really lucky with our TVs and yep can't see them being beaten by much for sometime.  The blacks on the Panasonic are really fantastic.  Just goes to show how good the Samsung plasma was too.

Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV,  Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.

 

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gel wrote:

gel wrote:

strapped for cash wrote:

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...

Good to see you mate.  *smile*. My Panasonic is still going strong, sometimes I look at the side for screen burn but none at present.  I reckon we are really lucky with our TVs and yep can't see them being beaten by much for sometime.  The blacks on the Panasonic are really fantastic.  Just goes to show how good the Samsung plasma was

No screen burn on my VT touch wood Smile

Living room: Panasonic TX-P50VT65B (calibrated), Sky HD 1TB, Denon 3313UD, Denon 2113 AVR, Focal Chorus 716 5.1 & def tech rears, iPad mini, iPhone 5s, Harmony Touch

Bedroom: Panasonic TH-46PZ85B plasma, Sky HD, Cambridge Audio DVD 57.

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Series1boy wrote:

Series1boy wrote:

gel wrote:

strapped for cash wrote:

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...

Good to see you mate.  *smile*. My Panasonic is still going strong, sometimes I look at the side for screen burn but none at present.  I reckon we are really lucky with our TVs and yep can't see them being beaten by much for sometime.  The blacks on the Panasonic are really fantastic.  Just goes to show how good the Samsung plasma was

No screen burn on my VT touch wood Smile

We shouldn't really get any, I think I have just been incredibly unlucky with my GT50 and Kuro, they should last the course, these seem better made too.

Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV,  Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.

 

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