LG 4K OLED W: Possibly the most glorious wall-mounted TV of all time. A look into the future of television panels.
LG 4K OLED W: http://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-OLED65W7P-oled-4k-tv
Videos played on the TV:
Video Gear I use: http://kit.com/MKBHD/video-gear#recommendation17959
TV provided by LG for video.
Love the TV - despise the heinous gargantuan speaker. The electronics should fit in a standard box the size / shape of receiver or console or amp or cable box or preamp or power conditioner or BD player or everything else that fits into a F'n home theater CABINET. Are the people from LG unaware that people who spend $10,000 might, JUST MIGHT, have other items connected to their TV? Where does LG suppose your keep all those things - just stack them on the floor? WTF LG - get your $#!+ together!
A 100inch 8k display has a 100ppi. My phone has 441 and it is 1080p. It does not matter if a tv is 8k because the only technology involved is to put A LOT of pixels on a display, but relatevely far from each other. Wake me up when a 400ppi 55inch tv comes out, that sh!it would have a 64k resolution :))))) *God I love math*
I returned the Samsung 55MU9000 and replaced it for lg oled 55b7,. Oled has a better contrast , better black colors ,cleaner and more natural pictures, a better viewing angle .qled is the trash from the TV
Maybe someone can help me understand.
I get that the TV is flashy and expensive but why not price it in the lower $1000-2000 range where it’s more affordable, wouldn’t that convince more people to buy it or is that too much of a risk for the company?
Price high and don’t sell as much
Price low and sell more, isn’t that how business works?
best way to hide the cable without running it down the wall..use a floating shelf like the OmniMount Tria shelf to hold the soundbar (sucks soundbar isn't wall mountable), the mount has a cable channel to hide the cable. I get that part of the appeal is to have the super thin tv and nothing else on the wall, but that cable kills it as much if not more that a floating shelf for me
Wall paper TV! WOW. I am excited about that. I'm 60 years old and I'm jumping out of my seat. I want one but, I can see some disadvantages of the design too. It looks good on paper or a video. I would have to see one in person. Mounting this flush on the wall with no ability to adjust the tilt isn't that exciting. I think we all have experienced that. I foresee someone changing that so you can adjust the tilt. Separating the head unit from the monitor is a great idea. It might even drive down manufacturing cost. More great ideas like that would help and are fine as long as you can give people options. I think there should be head available with no sound and no tuner. Cable it up to a surround sound system and other external equipment for your options. That could make it even cheaper. Also that ribbon cable should have color options too.