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January 19, 2012 6:04:41 AM

What could be the problems of OLED TV's ?

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January 19, 2012 6:10:56 AM

hubbybrad said:
What could be the problems of OLED TV's ?

Biggest problem will be the PRICE I guess. I remember some article saying OLED TV has a short lifetime. I'm not sure about that for now…you know..technology improves real fast..
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January 19, 2012 6:15:08 AM

hubbybrad said:
What could be the problems of OLED TV's ?

Well…..not sure…but I'm guessing that if it is super thin, isn't it breakable?
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January 27, 2012 1:01:50 AM

enddylopez said:
Biggest problem will be the PRICE I guess. I remember some article saying OLED TV has a short lifetime. I'm not sure about that for now…you know..technology improves real fast..

LG OLED TV basically has no problem, except may be the screen size. However, if you go to the site; www.lgblog.co.uk, you will definitely get a clear answer about the screen size. Another problem may be the price, but one of LG's code of conduct is that they are charging a fair price to all their products. talking about the magic remote control, it's really simple. why don't you visit the site; http://newtech-modern.blogspot.com/ and check out some of the articles on their products.
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January 27, 2012 5:48:56 AM

baydavid72 said:
I saw this video http://www.oled-display.net/lg-electronics-55-inch-oled...
and I'm seriouly thinking getting one. But if it's really 4mm thick..isn't it breakable??
What if it break right after I buy this tv…?



Well you would contact the after service center. LOL!

The Oled is actually printed on if your talking about LG on a very good substrate. It's not likley to break in any case no more so than any other TV and probably less so from a fall. If you treat it like every other TV you have ever had it will be fine. Just happen to look a lot sexier!
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January 27, 2012 5:56:00 AM

baydavid72 said:
I saw this video http://www.oled-display.net/lg-electronics-55-inch-oled...
and I'm seriouly thinking getting one. But if it's really 4mm thick..isn't it breakable??
What if it break right after I buy this tv…?

Little surprised here. Didn’t know people who are actually going to spend around $10000 for TV worry about that kinda stuff. I would say ' You can buy one more:) .' I for one am saving up for one.
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January 27, 2012 6:01:10 AM

baydavid72 said:
I saw this video http://www.oled-display.net/lg-electronics-55-inch-oled...
and I'm seriouly thinking getting one. But if it's really 4mm thick..isn't it breakable??
What if it break right after I buy this tv…?

I don't think you should worry about that. People who made those OLED TVs are not stupid. Even I know OLED is more flexible and durable than other displays. So I mean OLED TVs will be less breakable than yours.
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January 28, 2012 10:03:51 AM

Found these quotes here -> http://www.usatoday.com/tech/products/story/2012-01-16/...

The biggest selling points for OLED displays are their faster response times, ultrarealistic color saturation and ability to reproduce brighter whites and darker blacks. OLED's superiority over current displays helps "virtually eliminate motion blur even in the fastest-moving scenes … for a picture that is jaw-dropping in detail and lifelikeness," says Samsung's Dave Das.

Samsung and LG plan to have the 55-inch OLED sets in stores during the second half of 2012. Neither would discuss price, but they expected them to cost at least $800 to $1,000 more than top-of-the-line 55-inch models. "It will come at a premium over standard LCD or LED," says Tim Alessi of LG Electronics. But "Even the average, non-critical viewer can easily tell there is something different about this TV."




Seems to have most if not all of what you need
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February 1, 2012 2:33:16 AM

ddavemac said:
Well…..not sure…but I'm guessing that if it is super thin, isn't it breakable?


Anything is breakable..lol
If you are going to spend taht much money on OLED TV, I think you should take extra precaution in handling it.
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February 1, 2012 2:55:11 AM

ddavemac said:
Well…..not sure…but I'm guessing that if it is super thin, isn't it breakable?


It's true OLED TVs are really thin and light.
So I understand you might think it's breakable, but I read an article and it says OLED is more flexible than any others.
It means less breakable. I can give you the link so you could read it through.
http://www.oled-display.net/flexible-oled/
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February 1, 2012 4:08:35 AM

TheRawkstar said:
Found these quotes here -> http://www.usatoday.com/tech/products/story/2012-01-16/...

The biggest selling points for OLED displays are their faster response times, ultrarealistic color saturation and ability to reproduce brighter whites and darker blacks. OLED's superiority over current displays helps "virtually eliminate motion blur even in the fastest-moving scenes … for a picture that is jaw-dropping in detail and lifelikeness," says Samsung's Dave Das.

Samsung and LG plan to have the 55-inch OLED sets in stores during the second half of 2012. Neither would discuss price, but they expected them to cost at least $800 to $1,000 more than top-of-the-line 55-inch models. "It will come at a premium over standard LCD or LED," says Tim Alessi of LG Electronics. But "Even the average, non-critical viewer can easily tell there is something different about this TV."




Seems to have most if not all of what you need


Only one posting helpful messages. Should be about right LG expects theirs for 2012 Q3 and I have to admit it looks great, the Samsung model really did not look production ready so maybe mid to late 2013 before it hits store shelves. If your actually in the market for one these drop dead knockouts its going to be LGs.
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February 1, 2012 4:15:13 AM

The oled tv has no problems. It has terrific displays of color, contrast, screen display, and has 3d capability of switching from 2d into 3d as well as viewing it from the 84" OLED TV
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February 4, 2012 1:44:56 AM

imabe said:
The oled tv has no problems. It has terrific displays of color, contrast, screen display, and has 3d capability of switching from 2d into 3d as well as viewing it from the 84" OLED TV


Correction! :non: 
It's 55" not 84". You must have mixed up LG's 84" Ultra definition TV with 55" OLED TV. I don't doubt they will make bigger OLED TVs someday tho.. could be bigger than 84".
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February 4, 2012 1:56:07 AM

cane_kelly said:
Little surprised here. Didn’t know people who are actually going to spend around $10000 for TV worry about that kinda stuff. I would say ' You can buy one more:) .' I for one am saving up for one.


OLED TV is not gonna be $10,000.. Not sure about Samsung but LG's is definitely gonna be lower than that, maybe around $8,000. What i heard is that they are able to reduce cost by employing white oled tech and using some of the existing lines of LCD TV plants.
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February 6, 2012 12:02:24 AM

Its really surprising how people are talking about the price being too expensive. That is not how I see it. I'm sure automobiles, downpayments on houses are more ideal for OLED TV money however these TVs are just so darn nice, they might crossover, successfully into the 5k-10k price range standard. Has anyone actually seen the LG OLED TV in person? I have and believe me, watching them in person is just incomparable to watching the videos of them, since you're still watching them through an LCD display most likely. I was lucky enough to be in vegas during the 9th of Jan and got a chance to see this wonder and it will be worth every penny it is priced at. I would gladly pay 10k for this TV. It will definitely change the TV game permanently. I havent got a chance to see the Samsung OLED, as it was released on the 11th of Jan I believe. But I have seen some vids on it and it looks great too. Watching videos only, I'd still give the edge to the LG OLED, IMO. In person, i'm sure the results wouldn't change.

Here are some vids I tried to find that showed the LG OLED, as close as possible to watching it live:

1# http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qrbgp1QvTrU
2# http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fal65FHolU8&feature=rela...
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February 6, 2012 3:14:42 AM

markalex7400 said:
LG OLED TV basically has no problem, except may be the screen size. However, if you go to the site; www.lgblog.co.uk, you will definitely get a clear answer about the screen size. Another problem may be the price, but one of LG's code of conduct is that they are charging a fair price to all their products. talking about the magic remote control, it's really simple. why don't you visit the site; http://newtech-modern.blogspot.com/ and check out some of the articles on their products.

What’s up guys!! I just saw this LG OLED TV and it looks great. Many say it is possible to watch 3D movies on LG OLED TV. Is that right?
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February 6, 2012 3:28:47 AM

alexlanmdon said:
What’s up guys!! I just saw this LG OLED TV and it looks great. Many say it is possible to watch 3D movies on LG OLED TV. Is that right?

Ok. The LG OLED TV being over $10k is ridiculous. That’s a lame rumor. I see it being priced at 7k at the HIGHEST. Btw, yes, OLED TV will have 3D available, to answer your question.
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February 7, 2012 3:44:28 AM

kellywilliams0448 said:
Ok. The LG OLED TV being over $10k is ridiculous. That’s a lame rumor. I see it being priced at 7k at the HIGHEST. Btw, yes, OLED TV will have 3D available, to answer your question.


I think your right 6k-8k 6k for the standard model 8k for the one with everything 6k is not much different than the top of the line TVs for 5k now.
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February 8, 2012 3:59:17 AM

sokangcraft said:
I think your right 6k-8k 6k for the standard model 8k for the one with everything 6k is not much different than the top of the line TVs for 5k now.

Thank you very much. I really appreciate. Please can you also help me with this? Actually I got this from YouTube saying LG OLED pixels are self-lighted organic parts, but I don't get it, does the organic mean its edible?
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February 8, 2012 4:10:31 AM

alexlanmdon said:
Thank you very much. I really appreciate. Please can you also help me with this? Actually I got this from YouTube saying LG OLED pixels are self-lighted organic parts, but I don't get it, does the organic mean its edible?

An LG OLED pixel is just to tell you that the parts of the picture are not affected by the color or brightness of the whole. In dark scene, the colors are preserved and every detail is left intact. But in LED/LCD devices, the color is altered and fails when the luminance is low. You will see an impressive contrast ratio.
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February 8, 2012 4:19:49 AM

alexlanmdon said:
Thank you very much. I really appreciate. Please can you also help me with this? Actually I got this from YouTube saying LG OLED pixels are self-lighted organic parts, but I don't get it, does the organic mean its edible?



Organic means its made of organic material as opposed to inorganic material like rocks. LGs uses WOled where white organic lights (connected by inorganic materials) and RGB color filters.

You could eat is as much you could eat any thing that is super small.
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February 9, 2012 12:07:35 AM

enddylopez said:
Biggest problem will be the PRICE I guess. I remember some article saying OLED TV has a short lifetime. I'm not sure about that for now…you know..technology improves real fast..


Am I mistaken?. LGs OLED TV's lifetime is in excess of 100.000 hours.
Here's the link…http://www.oled-display.net/background-informations-abo...
hope it's not wrong..
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February 10, 2012 4:15:07 AM

sokangcraft said:
Organic means its made of organic material as opposed to inorganic material like rocks. LGs uses WOled where white organic lights (connected by inorganic materials) and RGB color filters.

You could eat is as much you could eat any thing that is super small.

Is it possible for LG OLED TV to achieve perfect contrast at the all level, i.e., of natural human perception?
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February 10, 2012 5:55:25 AM

alexlanmdon said:
Is it possible for LG OLED TV to achieve perfect contrast at the all level, i.e., of natural human perception?


Technically its actually better than what we can see it can produce super wide color gamut. Also due to the ways your eyes work in processing black - the absence of light and bleed over like a night light it makes the whole room a little bit brighter not just the spot it is in.


Prefect no, but your eyes can see perfectly anyways. Better than any other type of display...yes.
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February 10, 2012 6:55:13 AM

alexlanmdon said:
Is it possible for LG OLED TV to achieve perfect contrast at the all level, i.e., of natural human perception?

From the videos I've seen of the OLED, it looks to be perfect already. This is also through a video that im watching on an LCD monitor, imagine how incredible the contrast ratio would look if you saw it in person.
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February 12, 2012 11:26:19 PM

kellywilliams0448 said:
From the videos I've seen of the OLED, it looks to be perfect already. This is also through a video that im watching on an LCD monitor, imagine how incredible the contrast ratio would look if you saw it in person.


Compared to a CCFL LCD it could have 50-100x the contrast ratio some LCDs are as low as 50,000:1 and Oled is theoretically capable of 50,000,000:1(actually more but then we get into what the eye can see) but in the first generation you more likely to see 10,000,000:1 as the are being mass produced. WOled(LG) is capable of greater color saturation with out color burn out as well. I would love to have an Oled monitor and TV as well.
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February 14, 2012 6:35:43 AM

sokangcraft said:
Compared to a CCFL LCD it could have 50-100x the contrast ratio some LCDs are as low as 50,000:1 and Oled is theoretically capable of 50,000,000:1(actually more but then we get into what the eye can see) but in the first generation you more likely to see 10,000,000:1 as the are being mass produced. WOled(LG) is capable of greater color saturation with out color burn out as well. I would love to have an Oled monitor and TV as well.


I have been checking the forums on here since yesterday and found a link that had some info on OLED. However the article said the ratio was only 100,000:1. Where did you get the 50,000,000 : 1 information from? Link please.

http://gosugadget.blogspot.com/2012/02/lg-oled-tv-featu...

After seeing some of the pics on here, i wonder where the plugs like audio in/out will go to. Even the HDMI and USB tips im sure are thicker than 4mm.
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February 15, 2012 3:06:57 AM

kellywilliams0448 said:
From the videos I've seen of the OLED, it looks to be perfect already. This is also through a video that im watching on an LCD monitor, imagine how incredible the contrast ratio would look if you saw it in person.

I was fortunate to meet one friend who also told us that he was present at CES2012 in LAS VEGAS. He said even though many were praising the OLED TV, he was not satisfied with the TV stand. That the OLED TV stands was so thin that it couldn’t support or carry the overall TV, thus he stated that even a small wind can cause it to drop down. In his opinion, these manufacturing companies should do something about it. What’s your opinion about the long-slim OLED TV stand?
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February 16, 2012 10:57:11 PM

alexlanmdon said:
I was fortunate to meet one friend who also told us that he was present at CES2012 in LAS VEGAS. He said even though many were praising the OLED TV, he was not satisfied with the TV stand. That the OLED TV stands was so thin that it couldn’t support or carry the overall TV, thus he stated that even a small wind can cause it to drop down. In his opinion, these manufacturing companies should do something about it. What’s your opinion about the long-slim OLED TV stand?

What I gathered from Google as facts about the LG OLED TV is that the materials used in making the screens and even the supports are having very high quality. According to the article, LG Electronics said they took all these into consideration before coming out with this OLED TV, and a lot of experiments have been done to test the quality and durability of their OLED TV. So I don’t think ordinary wind can blow it down. However, it’s an exciting story to talk about.
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February 17, 2012 7:00:44 AM

kellywilliams0448 said:
What I gathered from Google as facts about the LG OLED TV is that the materials used in making the screens and even the supports are having very high quality. According to the article, LG Electronics said they took all these into consideration before coming out with this OLED TV, and a lot of experiments have been done to test the quality and durability of their OLED TV. So I don’t think ordinary wind can blow it down. However, it’s an exciting story to talk about.


Lol nothing like that they have UV safety coated glass. They will also way about 18 pounds way to heavy for all but an f1 tornado. If you treat an Oled like any TV it will be good for a long time.
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