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    Re: New Flat Screen

    Enjoy! I have a 55" Sony OLED and love it. OLED stock is doing nicely also. Big royalty play on OLED screens...

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    Re: New Flat Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by steinkrieg View Post
    I just got a 75 inch Sony Z9F. It is great. I got the LED version because I have a bright room. If the room was darker I would have purchased the A9F (which is OLED).

    One cool thing with these TV's is the new feature that auto calibrates the picture with Netflix. It looks fantastic... like as perfect as I could ask 4k to be. Some reviews out there mention the Z9F does not have the level of contrast that would be expected at the top level of Sony's line, but it has not bothered me one bit.
    I have had the 75” Sony Z9D for three years and love it. Absolutely fantastic TV.
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    Re: New Flat Screen

    Dan, have you considered a front projector?
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    Re: New Flat Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by asindc View Post
    Dan, have you considered a front projector?
    No.
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    Re: New Flat Screen

    My local Costco has a 65" (4K 240 motion, no OLED of course) down to $375 (as of this past Tuesday). I'm getting tempted even though we don't watch much TV.

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    Re: New Flat Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by astrotoy View Post
    My local Costco has a 65" (4K 240 motion, no OLED of course) down to $375 (as of this past Tuesday). I'm getting tempted even though we don't watch much TV.

    Larry
    There are large variations in the quality of LED/LCD TVs, I'd strongly suggest checking out the specific model before purchasing or make sure you have the option for a full refund. Don't be too tempted by such a low price, better quality generally costs more and higher long term satisfaction often justifies the additional expense.

 

 
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