- 14 Jun 2018, 04:09
This TV is much heavier without the stand than the other 2 brands which may means that the internal components are better quality even though the plastic shell is flimsy. Could be better power supply, PCB design and soldering however nowadays we are lucky if an electronics device can outlive the warranty period regardless of the brand....
The real concern is the visible factory test pattern..The problem was present on 2017 LGs,RTINGS quote https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-burn-in-test
"OLED TVs are produced in a hot process, and after cooling a 25% window is shown on each panel. Some TVs which haven't cooled completely can produce invalid results for the lookup table used by the 'Pixel Refresh' function, causing this 25% window to become visible. Only some 55" OLED TVs were affected during part of 2017.
As this is not an issue with the panel itself, it is possible to apply a fix to the lookup table. LG will apply this fix to anyone who presents this issue to their support, for free, even after the warranty period has long expired. They have fixed our two affected TVs (see the uniformity photos below). Note that this doesn't fix other uniformity issues as the result of static content, only the 25% window caused by a factory defect."
I really hope that it won't be a common thing with the panels on Panasonic. Interesting that your panel is a 65 not 55 inch.
The least thing you want to repack this TV and send it back because of this. Although the stand removal is simply but I saw that Panasonic added so many pieces of foam that it's a challenge to repack
This stand is so lame, these stands are always wobble as you mentioned in the review but not dealbreaker for me nor the lame remote, picture comes first.
As usually, can you attach more pre calibration graphs?