Yes. In the 2021 range.The latest Oleds from Philips look amazing, but they aren’t for everyone and unfortunately, Philips no longer offer 100Hz LCD TV,s with a PPI of at least 3000. My first ever Philips was the 55pus8602 from 2017 with a PPI of 3200. The picture was amazing! Even 2019’s 100Hz 55pus9104 had a PPI of 2900. The current 55pus9435 is 50Hz and only 2400ppi. Will Philips ever produce a top specified LCD again?
Just to clarify, the soundbar is also the stand so the tv could be either wall-hung or VESA-fixed to a universal pedestal stand with audio output via HDMI or Digital Audio out (optical) to an Amp or an alternative/existing soundbar.Yeah, it is a separate sound bar that plugs in to the TV via a proprietary connector. It can be disconnected and not used, but the TV has no in-built speakers.
That I can attest too ! It is somewhat "unbelievable".I see Vincent Teoh has just done a review on YouTube today, he really praises the quality of the Soundbar.
For anyone interested I created a dedicated gallery comparing (syntheticly) the findings of Vincent Teoh.Shame the TV panel itself didn’t seem to get as good a rap as the soundbar did on Vincent’s HDTV, I was thinking of getting this TV option until the review but it’s pushing me back towards a panny again.
Great stuff thanks for this,That I can attest too ! It is somewhat "unbelievable".
Thanks for the heads-up of the review
For anyone interested I created a dedicated gallery comparing (syntheticly) the findings of Vincent Teoh.
Have to say the Near Black Handling images kind of represent the "low dynamic" issue I posted previously.
Hope that helps!
From my experience not really, but my set is faulty. So hard to tell which part of its behavior / performance are impacted by the fault.Yes I could see that issue in the highlights. Can you not play with the settings to lower the sharpness and intensity, that cant be the best it can do!