Hey Samsung, accuracy matters!

I am a huge fan of HDTVTest’s reviews. Vincent does an amazing job of covering the products he looks at in fantastic depth; often with a great deal of wit as well. So I was really surprised when his apology video for a review of the 2018 Samsung Q9F/Q9FN popped up in the channel. Having watched the review earlier, I […]

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LG E6 OLED reviewed at HDTVtest

LG’s OLED display continue to review very well, with some improvements from previous years. It’s actually this reasonably rapid improvement that makes me hesitate the most when it comes to picking up an OLED display. The sweet spot within LG’s 2016 OLED television lineup is undoubtedly the E6 series: it’s less expensive than the flagship “Signature” G6 series, yet offers […]

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Samsung UE55KS9000 4K display reviewed @ HDTVtest

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As awesome as OLED displays are, they aren’t for everyone. Whether it’s cost or some other reason, maybe a curved LED backlit LCD is more your thing. From the looks of it the Samsung UEKS9000 would be a solid contender, even though it doesn’t quite offer the same blacks as a full-array local dimming and has some issues with HDR […]

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HDTVtest Has The Scoop On LG + OLED + HDR

LG loves OLED, LG’s OLED displays support two of the five (!) HDR standards and more. Including temptation for UK buyers at the end. Must resist 🙂 OLED television has captured the attention and imagination of the videophile community due to the display technology’s ability to render true blacks, and one manufacturer more than others has been responsible to push […]

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HDTVTest: 4K vs 1080p Blind Test Results

I’m not surprised by HDTVTest’s finding that 97% of people could correctly identify a 4K display vs. 1080p, but I have to admit that they did it at 9′ on a set of 55″ displays was surprising. In my experience it’s only really obvious after 65″. They were fairly scientific in setting up the test to ensure it was as […]

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