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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 2017-02-15, 05:31 AM Thread Starter
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OLED tv

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does anybody have an oled tv hooked up to a bell express vu receiver(9241 or 6131).
How does the image look?
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 2017-02-15, 10:22 AM
 
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I have a 9400 hooked up to an OLED tv. The OLED tv makes the picture quality look really good, but that's the plus of the OLED, it makes anything look good. Run Netflix or a Bluray and they blow away the Bell picture quality.
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post #3 of 14 (permalink) Old 2017-02-15, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you for taking the time to answer me.
How does Hockey look?
I have an Panasonic Plasma 42" but it's on it's last mile.
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Hockey looks good depending in the original signal. Some of the Centre Ice channels not the greatest but any Sportsnet or TSN feed looks really good. Uou will not be disappointed. In my time I have had a Pioneer plasma and Panasonic plasma and the Oled is the best display I have ever owned and that includes the pioneer Kuro.
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Thank you for your help,i just place an order for a OLED55C6P i hope i won't be disapointed.
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My neighbor got an OLED TV. The images are really really great in it. If the signal is right, it would definitely blow you mind. OLED55C6P is a good choice. I'm pretty sure you won't be disappointed.
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Motion resolution and perhaps longevity (it's too early in the technology to know) are better in plasma than OLED. Everything else is better on OLED. I'm very biased, but LCD/LED can't compete.
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Hockey looks good depending in the original signal. Some of the Centre Ice channels not the greatest but any Sportsnet or TSN feed looks really good. Uou will not be disappointed. In my time I have had a Pioneer plasma and Panasonic plasma and the Oled is the best display I have ever owned and that includes the pioneer Kuro.
Hey Mark...which OLED TV do you have?
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Mr.Chapel, I think OLED55C6P from LG would be very good option to pick. Personally, I like LG products. My parents has an LG fridge which is 19 years old and still running just fine. Only had to change the compressor once. I know fridge and TV is two different things but still I think it won't be any bad.
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Hey Mark...which OLED TV do you have?
I have the LG 55EA8800 from 2014. It is the flat screen gallery model. Looks good and sounds great.
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Motion resolution and perhaps longevity (it's too early in the technology to know) are better in plasma than OLED. Everything else is better on OLED. I'm very biased, but LCD/LED can't compete.
I watch mostly hockey on sat so as long as motion is good on that i'm ok for the rest i got netflix.
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Motion resolution and perhaps longevity (it's too early in the technology to know) are better in plasma than OLED. Everything else is better on OLED. I'm very biased, but LCD/LED can't compete.


I think that OLED has some serious competition in the Sony Z9D, now that's mind blowing awesome tv. I saw a Bell 9400 on it at the store and I'd swear it was BD. If I hadn't just purchased Panasonic's DX900 which is great in it's own right I'd definitely have bought the Z9D. It will be interesting to see where the OLED & Z9D go.
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I have not seen the Sony Z9D but I'm sure it's an awesome TV. High end LED are getting better every year. I would love to see the 100 inch Z9D, but at a $80,000 asking price it won't be at any dealer near me. SONY has an OLED coming soon which I would be more interested in. I've read that the panel is sourced from LG, and then SONY adds some of their technology to it.
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Bell bosses must not be hockey fans (or still unhappy not to show the playoffs). Watching the Sens' game on NBC on Saturday was not obvious as we could barely see the puck on a 55" TV. Watching hockey in French on TVA Sports/2 and RDS/2 yields similar results.

Many French channels look better on the Bell Fibe app than on satellite (Moi - 194, Météomedia - 130, kids channels in SD, ...).

SC: 8-Feb-02>21-Jul-09 (TFO) | EVu: 23-Jan to 03-Feb-07, back 20-Jun-09
Bell, French packages, pls! Long live OTA!
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