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And also only worth it if they continue to receive support by way of software updates.I guess some people are willing to pay a premium for the best Oppo player around. Only worth it if you will use all the features mentioned above.
Im still happy with my Pioneer LX91!
I got the CA with the Panasonic. To be honest I haven’t watched many 4K Blu-rays. There’s not much difference between the Panasonic and LG OLED. The Panasonic is duller than the LG, the LG is quite bright with the picture, especially with whites. The Panasonic has more detail and colour in faces and generally. I would say looking at the videos on the internet of the LG versus the Kuro, the Panasonic is like the Kuro. Darker colours but a warmth to the picture.How is the Reavon looking with the Panasonic?
AVF reckon Filmmaker Mode has stunning accuracy:That won't be enough. Just Google calibration settings for your TV model and start from there.
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I need sub for music mostly ..a sub that shakes and that is felt and not just heard
It does stretch and distort the picture quote a bit though. If shot in 4:3, best to watch in 4:3.Yes, just found it 16:9 wide option. Great, thanks David that’s really going to add to my viewing.
I am quite wary too watching in 4:3 on an OLED incase of screen burn and I like to watch in full screen. I do think you’re right though with the picture being better in 4:3.It does stretch and distort the picture quote a bit though. If shot in 4:3, best to watch in 4:3.
Hence I stuck with the best LED in the range rather than going OLED. I guess you’ll get that with widescreen films as well with the black bars too and bottom - I used to see it on an old Panny plasma after watchin pig a couple of films.I am quite wary too watching in 4:3 on an OLED incase of screen burn and I like to watch in full screen. I do think you’re right though with the picture being better in 4:3.