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  1. Goldorak

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    dear forum friends. Thread created to capture all the previews and early news related to CES 2019.
    Fee free to contribute please
     
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    I'm in
     
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    Fair comment...i think I was more excited on an lcd to be fair as maximum benefits there and liked the sliding audio...
     
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    You are right
    The reality is that I don’t really understand what 21:9 means as it seems to be very gaming orientated
    Irrespective of oled or lcd, I love the fact you seem to loose black bars and that’s a big bonus especially for lcd
     
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    I don't really like the idea of moving speakers. Especially on high end gear when most are using surround sound systems anyways for movies. For me the ideal screen is just a screen. With the sound built into the screen or behind. I personally feel that's the most attractive as your eyes focus on nothing but the screen. One of the things I love about the Q900R is that its just basically a screen. Theres bezels but on the 75 inch there so small all you see is screen and then the external box for connections. I feel more companies need to go the external box route.
     
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    I hear you but without turning this into a big debate, the idea of getting rid of black bars for lcd is appealing.
    Not even sure 21:9 is needed, just capability to move from standard to 16:9 at the push of a button...
    Ref sound, imagine the speakers on the side of the old Sony screen just moving slightly...
    Probably useless for Oled but not for lcd for sure
     
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    I am looking forward to CES. I do love my Q900R and its by far the best TV iv owned. I also bought it on the 100 day no hassle returns options so if there is an updated model or maybe a Sony 8K Flagship that looks even better I always have the option. I don't think OLED will do it for me as I feel its just going to be small improvements like always and they will be lucky to get past 1000 nits this year that we thought they would last year. Give me a true Z9D flagship upgrade with 1000+ zones 4K nits and 8K and I maybe tempted :rotfl::rotfl: I wonder if will see any Mini LED screens from the top brands.
     
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    All the bets are open this year....I am just struggling to think how they will sort the hdmi 2.1 issue as available from March 19 only...
    Samsung at least trying to evolve the external connection...wonder what the others will do
    After everything I have read, it is possible that we will see prototypes for micro led and qantum oled in jan...lots of 8k

    The key question for me is how much mini led will be mainstream aka applicable to the top fald from Sony and Samsung. Mini led can be applied as backlight over 10000-40000 individual led and controlled via 1000 plus dimming zones..or vice versa...

    Still trying to work out how it works exactly...
     
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    C82E2359-B7F5-41E8-BAF9-2C46169781A3.jpeg Nanosys has Broad Presence at SID 2018
    Interesting part is that on top of what Matson highlighter aka qantum dot on glass, we could see phase 3 which is qantum dot color filter...
    Stage 2 reduces thickness, stage 3 is far more exciting in thenproclaimed implications...(prototype shown behind close foor one year ago)
    Can’t wait now even if jan still feels too early
     
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    Nanosys guy predicted last year that we would have the new tech incorporated this year, can't trust them now.

    What I like to see is a new 4K native set LCD/LED tech released, but I fear the TV companies eager to sell the products, would just increase the res to 8K and brand them as a new tech, but it's just a gimmick, there is nothing in 8K. It's quite simple to increase screen res to 8K, but much harder to come up with something that will increase the picture quality of a native source like 4K.
     
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    Sorry my friend but I don’t understand what you mean by native 4k?
    You mean mini or micro led for 4k?

    Nanosys like any company on the globe can just put planner predictions and as a projet manager I can tell you they rarely materialise unless you have a hard stop and bla bla bla...

    I am now 90 percent sure we will see QD on Glass but it is not enough...as I want to see stage 3 aka QD color filter as per my email above. Mini led for smaller sizes unlikely but we can hope

    @Matson they issuing a software update for your 8k fixing lots of things !!! Dixit John archer forbes...nothing for q9fn ?
     
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    Where did you hear about the Q900 fix? Not long to wait now till CES. Always exciting to see whats new. I just hope there are some surprises this year and we get some new tech.
     
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    There's rumours samsung might not even bothered with the quantum dot filter and move straight to the self emitting quantum display. Which makes sense
     
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    I don't really care too much about the actual TVs this year - I don't think we're going to see much change in retail. And I certainly couldn't give a fig about 8k - we barely have any broadcast 4k (streaming services are doing better, but still not enough).

    I'm more interested in tech maturity for some of the stuff mentioned above, and when I can get my hands on it.

    What I am interested in is HDMI 2.1, specifically eARC. If someone gives me an OLED that will do full HD audio via ARC and an Atmos soundbar to match (I'm looking at you, Sennheiser Ambeo soundbar), then I might upgrade again.
     
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    No chance. After what I have read and that video, I will fall from my chair.
    They may show a prototype but self emitting is not ready. Even mini led have challenges that guy explained in his super long video...

    Overall, I will really be happy with mini led and improvement in algorithm and color gamut...plus a good panel free of problems. Too much to ask ?
     
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    Not at all lol.
     
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    French website talking about a Samsung 100 inch 8k tv on approach...that’s bigger than my flat :)
     
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    I heard that aswell, but probably cost more than a mansion;):rotfl:
     
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    OYYY ENGLISH GUY!!! Stop posting in whatever language and expecting the frenchy to translate :)
    Good find ;)
    Google Translate
     
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    I meant 4K TV, not 8K. We don't want 8K sets that TV companies are going to push as a new technology for buyers to upgrade, as there is nothing in 8K at the moment. There is a lack of new tech, all we hear and see in CES every year as new 'possible' tec but never implemented.

    So it's business as usual and TV companies no doubt will tempt buyers with 8K sets. OLEDs will soldier on with 5 or 10 percent extra brightness. On LCD front, hope to see new tech implemented but who knows, can't wait for CES to begin, however, some TV manufacturers might delay announcing their new sets after Jan 2019, just like last year.
     

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