Sorry to say Dodge it doesn’t. As the Set is placed across the corner at an angle of around 45 degrees. Our seating positions mean we both view virtually head on.
If viewing head on you will not have a problem with a VA panel. It's when you view at an horizontal angle.Sorry to say Dodge it doesn’t. As the Set is placed across the corner at an angle of around 45 degrees. Our seating positions mean we both view virtually head on.
Thanks for all your help Dodge but had a chat with my partner and it looks like we’ll be getting an OLED.I'm a little confused, so you do view the TV at an angle?
If you calculate a cone of angle from the TV to where you need to watch it you can have about 40-60 degrees on a VA tv before the picture starts to look bad. That is 20-30 degrees to each side.
Probably the easiest way to calculate that if you don't have a room plan is either draw one out and use a protractor or failing that just position a protractor near the centre of your TV and look at the angle of your seating positions.
Its a major decision because unless you can afford OLEDs to get wider viewing angles from an LCD you have to get a model that in most other respects is far worse quality than a VA type panelled display. How much you notice this difference though I'm not sure.