It's a real shame that the Philips 9600 has been delayed, I'm sure it would have made the list.Waiting for CES for two things. First - the Philips 9600 and if that's too expensive or too vague with a release date then hopefully by then the js9500 will be under 3 grand!
After seeing the problems the Hisense 65XT910 has had then despite initially being annoyed by the delay I think waiting until the product is as good as it can be on release is the way to go. I really hope it's worth the wait.It's a real shame that the Philips 9600 has been delayed, I'm sure it would have made the list.
Or Philips would blow away all others Would it?It's a real shame that the Philips 9600 has been delayed, I'm sure it would have made the list.
Steve I tought that you are using the TV sets from some shops ... not some extra prepared TV sets for reviewsUnfortunately the X93C sample that Sony sent us arrived damaged and they were unable to provide us with a replacement.
Well I haven't tested the Philips yet, so I can't really say. Although we have occasionally sourced review samples from stores, the majority come via the manufacturers and their PR companies.Or Philips would blow away all others Would it? Steve I tought that you are using the TV sets from some shops ... not some extra prepared TV sets for reviews
I think the horse has bolted and now that's just what they're called. I think the criticism was more for when they first came out and was deliberately misleading.Makes podcast about manufacturers confusing consumers by wrongly calling LCD TV's LED.
Creates thread about LCD TV's calling them LED's
I agree. I'm searching for a 65" for around 3 grand. But the OLEDs don't seem very futureproof with limited colour space and low peak brightness, not to mention the vignetting and tinting etc. So I look at the LCDs (bought and returned a js9000) and they seem to be so inconsistent that you've got a 1 in 5 chance of getting a panel which is close to what a reviewer gets given. So I'll wait for CES and the Philips 9600 and will really need to stop procrastinating and get something.If OLED is the future when are we going to get them without any issues, I want a new tv soon and want 65" if possible but keep looking at all the moans from folks who buy new Tv's of all makes/techs and sizes and rarely see one that I would risk my money on.
I know there is no such thing as the perfect tv but you would think by now they could get the basics right. Colour uniformity & no banding would do for starters.
Looking forward to what CES brings and hopefully 10 things your next tv should have will be a reality and at around £2-3k for 65"or are we just going to see a new false dawn.
Hasn't everyone in the owners thread got the issue with the theatre mode and most people that have bought one are now or already have returned it?I think people are being harsh on the xt910, the only meaning full review says its very good, ok theres room for emprovment but there is no mention of any of the colour banding issues. I think until be see some more reviews its hard to say 100%
have they, not from what I have seen, and the only decent review which calibrates the set doesn't mention it only the wild red, that even the still comes in at under de of 3.Hasn't everyone in the owners thread got the issue with the theatre mode and most people that have bought one are now or already have returned it?