Have you checked that the bolt threads for the new TV are the same size as your old one ? The bolts for my Panasonic OLED were different to my old Panasonic plasma, presumably due to the weight difference (M6 and M8 respectively, IIRC).
Thanks for the recommendation @tvdavid I'm absolutely delighted with the TV.looks better than before
Sports that can be notorious for long run times are a danger to OLED longevity in the long term. Not in the short term, as unlike Plasma single sessions lasting a long time are generally not a problem.I have a 2008 Plasma Panasonic 50" I have really enjoyed and in the same consideration mode. I'm going back and forth between the LG C1 OLED and the Samsung QN90A (QLED) and leaning toward the QLED now due to the burn in issues, and reflectivity of the OLED screen. As much as I don't want to lose the black blacks, I'm concerned about what I've read and heard re: the OLED and LG. Right now, for example, the TENNIS channel has been on since 11am, pausing for commercial breaks, leaving the screen on ... and the LOGO hasn't moved. The light from the window that's 45 degrees off from the screen isn't causing a lot of glare, but it sometimes does. Otherwise we watch at night. The Samsung just may be the compromise as they are within $100 of each other "Black Friday" sales. I just can't seem to get enough info either way to make the definitive answer.
Have you experimented with the TV's colour temperature settings ? These will vary from Cool to Warm. The Cinema picture modes (and some others) often default to the warmer settings (many TVs have Warm1, 2 and even 3) so you could could try dropping it down one step at a time until you find a level you're happy with.I'm also seeing some quite warm looking colours at times in some movies we know quite well but I have been playing around with the TV settings so possibly that's the issue or the movies/feeds are just poor recordings/streams.
Have you experimented with the TV's colour temperature settings ? These will vary from Cool to Warm. The Cinema picture modes (and some others) often default to the warmer settings (many TVs have Warm1, 2 and even 3) so you could could try dropping it down one step at a time until you find a level you're happy with.
This bug:I'm guessing this is the infamous Dolby Atmos bug in the TV?
I'm testing the firmware 001.001.233.012 and at the moment I have not faced the Dolby Vision bug. This does not mean that it isn't there anymore since @Tounsi98 does report he/she has still some issues with it. I know that this bug is a strange one. It can disappear for a while and suddenly it's...www.avforums.com
Try turning off match frame rate in the apple settings.
Also, contact Philips to mention you have the bug, hopefully they will fix it. Should be doable since it didn't seem a problem with prior firmware.
Apart from that, glad you are happy with the TV!
|Video||Format||4K SDR 60 Hz (USA)|
4K SDR 50 Hz (Europe)
|HDMI output||YCbCr (use RGB only if you know how to set up your TV)|
|Match Content||Match Dynamic Range||On (OLED & high-end LED LCD TVs)|
Off (all other LED LCD TVs)
|Match Frame Rate||On|
|Reduce Loud Sounds||Off|
@tony cosgrove a very nice set up you have there - great to see the pictures - and the 706 is indeed a bargain. My dad has just purchased one and we wall mounted it last week. Now need to play around with the picture settings. If you don't mind me asking, what settings did you settle on? Thanks, Mark