C6 and C9 both 65"
Maybe you got used it so much that it does not bothered you but if N7 is anything like x7900 in this regard then you are in for a treat and I have a feeling surprise discovery of how week 24fps really is on a LG Oled.
JVC is vastly superior in this regard. I can watch 133"@2.6m for hours with JVC when Oled @1.8m wares me down after less then a full length movie.
For sure I’m looking forward to seeing the JVC.
Differences may be due to the relative brightness of OLED of course. Judder is more obvious when the image is brighter. So “projectors vs OLED” isn’t necessarily a question of one manufacturer handling motion better than another, it is just as likely to be due to a difference in perception because of the different average brightness levels and image sizes.
Plus, small bright images are more tiring to watch for extended periods than much Bigger, dimmer ones. So again, what you’re experiencing may not be a motion problem.
OLED is a sample and hold display technology, which isn’t ideal for motion, but that’s not a “design choice” they could get around. But that’s why I say, if you have any of the new 2020 OLEDs, and 24fps motion bugs you, experiment with the BFI modes, which can potentially remove the sample-and-hold artefacts, and get closer to replicating cinema-style film projection.
All kinds of things can affect the quality of motion you’re getting in your system, from TV settings to what the source is doing. It’s a little bit of a minefield, and you can’t always assume everyone’s comparing the same thing.
If you start using frame interpolation functions, then even if all the settings ARE the same, one viewer will say “the motion looked perfectly smooth, brilliant” and someone else will say it was absolutely intolerable and unnatural (that would be me). It just depends what you’re looking for.