Pioneer Kuro Oled

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    We all wish. However my daughter returned my old Pioneer Kuro, which is about 12 years old. On setting the set up I changed the picture setting from Sport to Dynamic and wow now I have an Oled Qled without any faults. The picture is sublime and as good as anything you will see in a showrrom.

    Im wondering now is it worth ungrading to a 4k blueray player and would it work on such an old set. This old tv is going to save me a lot of money.
     
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    It might seem funny guys, but its true.
     
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    Take your meds.:rotfl:
     
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    You have obviously never seen a Pioneer Kuro. Mine will do until LG get the screen burn problem sorted and Sony get the drop out on their XE range fixed.

    I wonder what the situation will be like 12 years from now on todays models. Anyway time for my PCP snort. LOL.
     
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    I understand you 100%
    I find my old Panasonic Viera plasma waaaay better then sony xd80 4k witch i had for couple months.
    Oled is better then plasma but if i must go one step down then that is plasma.
     
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    I'm pretty sure a Kuro in dynamic mode is going to burn in before an LG OLED does :laugh:
     
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    Not according to many members who seem to be having screen burn on new LG Oleds. I like LG, as I have a 5 year old model. The LG 6950PLB at £650 seems a decent tv,but I would have preferred the FALD set. Whats your opinion on the non LG models. Thanks for your input.
     

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