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By samuel.blunt
#12055 Not if it's anything like the Samsung range the other year.
However, what few owners I've read of in other forums, none have noticed the stutter thus far.
This really is a none revolutionary year, whether the printing side, when it happens, will improve homogeneity etc could be good but motion still remains dubious in part overall.
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By Torben Rasmussen
#12066 DX900 will remain throughout 2017 as the top LCD model. Coverage was about the same, but back then we used a different software that didn't report coverage. We would have to dig into the raw measurements and convert into a coverage our selves to get an actual number.

What so you mean with Disqus? Our forum is not linked to Disqus in any way.
By Steve
#12077 I'm talking about the comments section of the articles, which was Disqus and gas dissapeared, instead having a link here.

It signs me in with a social media account user name and password that I assume is Disqus, but it doesn't tell me which.
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By Steve
#12078 Now, I'm talking about actual reviews and cover percentages, which were more than OLED.
But how such figures can be right when you get LCD bleed through too much on darker colours, I do not know. You would think the color space would be at least 20% down for this LCD across a complex pattern the led array can't accommodate. That would be a useful mectric fur OLED. However, the main usefulness of the 900 over OLED is not the extra couple percent rec2020 or dci, but having brigher HDR range at the same time. Otherwise buy new OLED.
By Steve
#12181 Hi, I read your review and flat out rejected buying the 950 due to the lower rec2020/DCI P3 score than last years 900. But the review at hdtvtest shows a higher P3 score (but no rec2020 score). What accounts for this Rasmus?

I saw the 950 in the shop, a truely low quality experience, black shows instead of dark details, and not as nice as I've see last year's 900 do in normal pictures, also not as good as last year's LGOLED. If they sell something they can at least set it up first without the need to hire a calibrator.
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By pgice
Steve wrote:Didn't last year's DX900 get wider colorsiace coverage in dci and 2020? Worth mentioning in the review.

Is there a 900 level replacement LCD coming? For better rec2020 coverage.

i have the DX900 and it has a WIDER colorspace than the OLEDs yes
that can no software change LOL
Green and Red color goes higher and deeper on the DX900.
Red color goes beyond that of DCI P3 here

i used dispcal to check coverage on both the DX900 and the old B6
with that program it reports 110% of DCI P3 for the DX900
and only 96% for the B6.
quite a big difference there

speaking of coloraccuracy here?
for SDR yes but for HDR? nah
how can colors be accurate on this OLED when colorluminance fades after 425 nits?
for correct coloraccuracy with HDR you need to drop peakbrightness on these OLEDs to slight above 400nits to match max colorluminance.

i think the white subpixel is the problem here
it seems to boost brightness only not colors.

i made a chart here that compares colorluminance from max brightness in HDR.
comparing the DX900 with the Sony A1 OLED (should be the same here)

if i take one color as an example
Yellow can glow with almost 1300 nits on the DX900 but only 400 nits on the OLEDs.
Play John Wick 2 UHD on the DX900 and you will see what i mean that colorluminance matters ;)
compare the glow from the neon sings in the opening scene.
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