LG G2 and Philips OLED+986 OLED TV Reviews: Calibration conversations and more...| AVForums Podcast

Phil Hinton

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We take a look at the LG G2 OLED Evo and Philips OLED+986 in this week's podcast. Both are the flagship designer models with the latest OLED panels and video processing on board, but are they a big enough step forward for the WRGB technology? Plus, we have our continuing calibration conversations, Ed's Hi-Fi chat and the best Album, Playlist and Vinyl of the week.

Presented by Phil Hinton, with Ed Selley, Julian Scott and Ian Collen

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00:00:00 - Start
00:00:08 - Welcome
00:11:09 - Hardware competition
00:11:55 - Samsung announces pricing of 2022 Neo QLED 8K and 4K TV range
00:14:21 - Klipsch launches 2022 Reference Series speakers
00:15:14 - Devialet announces Dione 5.1.2 soundbar
00:17:24 - Eclipse discontinues classic TD712zMK2 loudspeaker
00:18:57 - Technics launches limited edition SL-1200MK7L DJ turntable
00:23:00 - LG G2 OLED review
00:29:25 - Philips 65OLED+986 OLED TV review
00:32:20 - Grading monitors vs consumer TVs
00:47:33 - Ed's album, vinyl and playlist recommendation
00:52:36 - Q&A


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Pogg

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Someone asked on the Podcast advice between LG G2 and Sony AJ08 - I think.

To be direct in my opinion is get the LG G2 in November when price will lower.

I don’t know which has the better picture and motion quality, but i guess it would be close especially if both are Calibrated.

The main reason I would recommend LG is because Web OS is miles ahead and better experience for Streaming if that is applicable.
 

MahaRaja

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It would be better if u had it for tv only as more people are interested in that, than lump everything in one podcast.
 

Toon Army

Well-known Member
Thanks for a good listen and enjoyed the conversation about grading monitors even though they don't have the Netflix app. Think the G2 will be the benchmark for this year's comparative work especially with it being available this early.
 

Andy Bassett

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