The stand for my 65" is 50"W and 30"D and i would imagine it would likely be the same for the 55".Could one of you lucky 950 owners please tell me the width of the stand please & does anyone know if the stands would likely be the same width on both the 65" & 55"
Hi, peahead. Couple of questions:Thought i would take a few pics of some of the main picture settings to give people an idea of what to expect.
Cant say i have noticed the whites being any whiter to be honest but is there some way i can test for this?Is full field white noticeably whiter than your other OLEDs?
I will try this now and get back to you.Also, have you tried a 120Hz input from your PC?
I think probably just an eye test of a full field white screen compared with another OLED. Measurement devices don't pick up the cyan spectral emission.Cant say i have noticed the whites being any whiter to be honest but is there some way i can test for this?
Thanks! It may require trying custom resolutions. Of course, 4k 120Hz won't work due to lack of HDMI 2.1, but previous Panasonic OLEDs lacked the ability to do 1080p 120Hz. Other OLEDs have been able to do 1080p and even 1440p 120Hz for awhile now.I will try this now and get back to you.
Friday I have booked today off awaiting your review Its more difficult to log on at work for updatesI surely will. It’s coming in the morning but I won’t have time to watch anything until Friday.
I’d be grateful if someone could explain in layman’s terms what this means you can and can’t do, and whether it’s something that should put me off buying one of these. ThanksNo luck either tried custom resolution at 1080p @120hz and 1440p @120hz but it just gave me a blank screen.
Simply means the tv will not accept a 120hz refresh rate signal from a PC just the std 60hz refresh rate.I’d be grateful if someone could explain in layman’s terms what this means you can and can’t do, and whether it’s something that should put me off buying one of these. Thanks
Does the absolute black filter make a big difference when it comes to reflections compared to your other oleds?I wonder if it's close to being as effective as the anti reflective coating on the 2019 Samsung qled (q90).No an LG and Toshiba and the reflections are handled better on the Panasonic because of the absolute black filter inside the tv.