Lg or Sony oled tv?

Discussion in 'High Definition Displays' started by sticketfan, Jul 13, 2021.

  1. P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

    Jul 25, 2002
    E.Mdtrn Sea
    seen the model with 77" for GBP 20k ... perhaps 88" would be GBP 30k ... thanks, but no !
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  2. Jhon69

    Jhon69 Hall Of Fame

    Mar 27, 2006
    Central San...
    Yes Dolby Vision and Dolby ATMOS.
    When I purchased my TV,I also got the 2020 Roku Ultra with Dolby Vision and Dolby ATMOS.
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  3. Getteau

    Getteau Icon

    Dec 19, 2007
    It was mentioned above, but the CX and the C1 are essentially the same TV and based on the reviews on rtings.com, the CX is a little brighter. Since the CX's are starting to get discounted to make room for the C1's, you can probably save several hundred $$'s by going with a CX. For example, at Best Buy a 65" CX is now $1850 vs $2300 for the C1. On the 55" side, a CX is $1425 vs $1600 for the C1.
  4. Jhon69

    Jhon69 Hall Of Fame

    Mar 27, 2006
    Central San...
    Sony OLEDs have Pixel Shift technology and Panel Refresh option to counter act burn in.
    But because this is my first OLED I still purchased Best Buy's Geek Squad extra warranty.
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  5. compnurd

    compnurd Hall Of Fame

    Apr 23, 2007
    Evans City PA
    So does LG
  6. SledgeHammer

    SledgeHammer Icon

    Dec 28, 2007
    The Sony is pretty much the same TV too since LG makes the panel :rolleyes:. You're just paying an extra $1000 for the Sony name which isn't even a valuable name anymore. Also, the Sony has a different (worse) anti-reflection coating, less inputs, uglier base, worse off angle viewing, and a few other "gotchas".

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