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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #15 on: January 08, 2019, 23:09 »
I thought the Emotiva one was already on sale since November ?
But got pretty bad reviews on the AVS Forum

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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #16 on: January 09, 2019, 08:16 »
I would hold off on too much hope for HDMI 2.1 for now, last I heard even the test and validation equipment manufacturers are not ready so even if some of these TV manufacturers are claiming HDMI 2.1, they might not be conforming to the full spec and we could expect the usual teething issues like incompatibilities between brands & equipment etc during the early days.

I think best bet is still when the AV receiver folks start offering HDMI 2.1 for a sign that it's reach some form of stability

I concur.... I didn’t think it would be possible to have it in 2Q’19... what we would probably see during demo is the beta version with lotsa hidden weaknesses

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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #17 on: January 09, 2019, 08:19 »
219inch microLED from Samsung sounds promising. Imagine 10000nit brightness at 8K resolution!

We can finally have true large format HDR, bye bye projectors!

Again I concur with you, I think beyond HDMI 2.1, we should start seeing larger tv screen sizes, it’s pretty much there for HDMI 2.1, nothing much to be developed, other than screen size... so I suspect, we can get bigger screens at much affordable prices, then we can bye bye PJ... same thinking ...

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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #18 on: January 09, 2019, 18:13 »
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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #19 on: January 09, 2019, 20:53 »
219inch microLED from Samsung sounds promising. Imagine 10000nit brightness at 8K resolution!

We can finally have true large format HDR, bye bye projectors!

How much are we talking about here? Every piece of new tech comes at premium price. But you are not wrong to say that the future of "bigger" TV is near and Projector's key selling point - i.e. big picture will cease to be attractive since Samsung "The Wall" which featured a 146" screen size in the CES 2019 Samsung Booth looks promising.

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Re: CES 2019 9-12 Jan
« Reply #20 on: January 16, 2019, 08:27 »
As expected, next up will be size !! HDMI 2.1, 8k, Tone Mapping, bigger size, built in calibration... all you will ever need out from this LG OLED ... but price ??

https://www.avsforum.com/lg-88-8k-oled-ces-2019


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Full bandwidth HDMI 2.1, AI, and get this… The ability to create your own tone curve mapping. Indeed, Tyler Pruitt from SpectraCal stated to me that it is possible someday people create their own custom tone mapping curves for every video game they play. And the one thing that he assured me of is that nobody will ever again be able to say that they like this or that brand’s tone mapping better than LG’s. Because with an LG 2019 OLED (presumably including the 88″ 8K model) you’ll be able to dial in exactly the sort of tone mapping that you desire.
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You simply cannot beat the picture quality of an emissive display and the infinite blacks that they achieve, when watching with the lights out. And while they don’t approach the multi-thousand peak nit specs of LCDs, compared to projection, the highlights found in OLED are true HDR.

Play the source of Tekno3d in HDR10+, this will be the AV Nirvana of the century