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Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by overseas, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. overseas

    overseas Benched

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    any body think the price difference is worth it
  2. MonsterD

    MonsterD Quota outta absentia

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    Don't mean to be patronizing, but you do know that both are LCDs. One used tubes, the other diodes for back lighting.

    Wait until you see the OLEDs when they come out, then you will see what expensive is.

    But ok yes for getting better color representation and deeper blacks, and also energy efficiency, longevity, better ms response time, etc. LED back lit are superior.
  3. SaltwaterServr

    SaltwaterServr Blank Paper Offends Me

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    Didn't Sony or Panasonic release an OLED TV a few years back with a tiny screen for some ungodly amount of money?
  4. Jammer

    Jammer Retired Air Force Guy

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    And they're thinner. The one I have is about 1" thick.
  5. MonsterD

    MonsterD Quota outta absentia

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    Yeah Sony always like to show off they can do something way ahead of the curve. THey made an 11" OLED it was $2,500. The new ones coming out are 30", 46" I think maybe a 50" but the prices will be pretty high. Main problem with OLEDs were their half-life, they never were that durable, so we will see how this first generation fares.

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