I’m thinking of doing the same I have sj810 in the bedroom and I’ve had enough of the blinking back light.Picked mine up today, replacing a SJ810v Nano cell.
I had walked in planning on buying the Nano92 but comparing the picture quality between the two, the BX blew it away, I did consider the CX for a few seconds but the stand won’t work for me, just replaced all the living room furniture with new matching stuff from Oakland furniture and the CX stand was a few MM too long.
At home am pretty impressed with the picture, thou I’ve tried Film maker mode on two UHD 4K discs and it’s causes the whole thing to crash, well picture go very weird, like 1000 tiny screens on the one and changing back to another setting does not fix it. Have to turn my panasonic UHD player off and on again.
Reckon so (allllllll the way down at the bottom):Got my 65BX last week and loving it so far.
One question I have; if I connect an external HD ariel, can I then record broadcasts to USB?
Just checked and can confirm.thinking of getting one of these on black friday......accorrding to lg specs this model supports OLED Motion Pro ,could any owner confirm if this is infact correct and shows in tv menus and give you the option of Off, Low, Medium, High as other 2020 models do.
I've been looking at the 65BX and have read reviews and seen videos that talk about how it's too dim, and much dimmer than the CX. And I've seen vids that do make it look really rather dim... but then I was just watching an Asian vid that was in a fully lit showroom and it seemed FINE.
Can some people who actually own it let me know what the real world brightness is like? Does it *feel* dim? Thanks!
What is your planned usage? I find the brightness to be fine on my BX but I'm in a room where I have the curtains closed most of the time so control the ambient light. I have a B9 in my living room downstairs which is opposite a window and the glare in the day time is pretty bad to the point if I'm really interested in watching something I'll draw the curtain but you can see the image fine and it's not dim like trying to view a mobile on a sunny day. If you had direct sun light on the TV which is the most likely issue for brightness then I would avoid OLED anyway.
I think if you have the budget and plan on using it for general TV watching in a bright room then it's worth the extra for the CX brightness boost and the better scaler. That being said $400 is a big difference and the BX is still an amazing set regardless. If you haven't had a OLED before, the picture on the BX will blow you away imo.