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OLED vs QLED – LG CX vs Samsung Q90T + Sony A8H vs Sony X900H

Jun 06, 2021
So I did a video on the Samsung

q90t

highlighting some of the benefits of a

qled

, but it wasn't a direct comparison of an

oled

versus a q led, but I'll go over both sides of that coin here and help you decide. which one is better and there's no competition what's up is bee the installer I've been around a few TVs here and there helped a few tens of thousands of people choose their TV and I'm here to help you get yours. to review the best of television and

oled

technology, the lg c10, the

sony

a8h, even the vizio oled h1, and compare it to q led tv technology, such as the

samsung

q90t

, the

sony

x900h

and even the high sense h9g and others, and in the end, I am going to understand it from the perspective of the end user because they ask me questions like: should I buy a 77-inch LG C10 or a 85-inch Samsung Q90t? or even questions like: should I buy a Sony A8H OLED or a Sony

x900h

?
oled vs qled lg cx vs samsung q90t sony a8h vs sony x900h
Basically smaller oled vs larger

qled

and a lot of people have these questions in the real world so be sure to subscribe and ring the bell as usual. The new thing you can do is go to my website at socalinstalls.com, linked below. and sign up for the newsletter with your email name, address, all that kind of stuff because we are coming to the end of 2020 here and I have a lot of television in my house and I hope that next year I can give some of these televisions are available for subscribers so the only way to do it is if I have your information so save it for the newsletter and get all the updates about it and make sure to hit the like button if you like the video. don't mash the dislike button no way mash something questions comments below so qled vs oled seems to be the question we have to answer before we can even get into the question of which tv to buy since I want to be fair, let's flip a coin to find out which comes first heads oled tails q-led is going to be oled so oled TVs are pretty sleek, they have very thin screens, but the TVs themselves are still about two inches thick. thickness but it must be recognized that they have a quite elegant and stylish design, but how do they make the television so thin?
oled vs qled lg cx vs samsung q90t sony a8h vs sony x900h

More Interesting Facts About,

oled vs qled lg cx vs samsung q90t sony a8h vs sony x900h...

It is thanks to the LED, the organic light immersion diodes, which are all independent of each other, placed on a panel and each of them. The eight million pixels can be turned on or off when the current reaches them or not and, as I said, it is a technology that can be very thin and even rolled up and folded in half, but for consumer panels we have not yet reached that point unless you have a lot of cash, but I have heard from many customers and subscribers that they really want to have an OLED TV, but let's face it, the thin screen is not the main reason for the popularity of OLED TV, the main reason for which OLED was and continues to be.
oled vs qled lg cx vs samsung q90t sony a8h vs sony x900h
The white whale of televisions for many people is really due to the perfect blacks or the infinite contrast due to the pixel level control of the image and it is not just the contrast but the amazing colors as well as the definition and amazing depth of An OLED, especially in darker environments and scenes is really impressive and that is why many people say that once you leave you never come back, however others may disagree so let's double down on the technology so that the TV look great and the pixels can be controlled individually. So if you're worried about each pixel working properly or not working properly, a perceived disadvantage that very few people experience but that worries almost everyone is the possibility of burn-in, a lot of people say if I'm going to buy a 3000 TV, I don't want to have I have to worry about getting burned on a daily basis so while it may not be common the fear is real but if you are worried for the most part I don't think so like I said this technology is pretty amazing. and as time has passed, companies have made improvements and safety measures, such as the pixel refresh that calms down the screens after a certain year of use, it also has the ability to decrease the brightness of the entire television or just of logos to reduce this concern as well. like adding screensavers that you should definitely activate if you leave the TV on all the time.
oled vs qled lg cx vs samsung q90t sony a8h vs sony x900h
Like I said, I'm not worried about recording and with these extra features I don't think you should, but the other thing is What I hear about OLED TVs is that sometimes the brightness can be a little disappointing. Sure, an OLED isn't as bright as an excellent Q LED TV, but perfect blacks on an OLED demand less brightness in a dark room or even a moderately lit room. room and in these rooms the lg c10 and sony a8h look amazing and it's really hard to challenge that but what about a bright room or a room with windows?
The room where you watch TV can have as much or more of an effect on the ability of the OLED. To perform better than the TV itself, I made a video complaining about the LG C10 specifically because I was upset with how my new room was handling light and pointed out that it was a change in ambient light that really hurt my OLED's performance, but That doesn't mean it's not a real problem or that others don't need this kind of advice too, although OLEDs handle glare decently and have fantastic viewing from extreme angles at the end of the day or perhaps in the middle of the day. day, you just have to know where the TV is going in a dark or bright room and when we talk about brightness that is the main strong point of a great q LED TV like the Samsung q90t and in fact I reviewed this very favorably for the qled. in my

samsung

q90t video, but now it's time to be a little bit tougher on the technology, the qled, which is called a quantum dot LED, is a bit of a blacksmith in what it actually does because it's actually like a normal LED with these quantum dots that throw the light and give you a little bit more brightness, so it's really like an LED plus plus and you still have LED lights that go through the layers and that makes the television screen thicker than an OLED, but some of the best LED Q like the Samsung.
The q90ts are actually a little thinner overall than the OLEDs, but again I don't want to get off topic because the really juicy information is the picture quality because the Samsung Q90t and better are really very bright TVs and that has real value for millions of people. people who buy q led tvs and the best q led, even the samsung q90t which doesn't even have dolby vision in hdr, it still outperforms many of these oled tvs when you have maximum brightness or in bright rooms and in addition to the brightness companies . like Samsung and Sony have added layers and technology to bring the contrast closer to the black levels of OLEDs, so when you have a lot of light and it's wide open it may be of no use, but when it's directed and overlaid with microscopic barriers.
Allowing some color through the casing for brightness and incredibly rich colors can be quite exciting but again I gave the Samsung q90t all its dues in the last video so check it out if you want to see it and another advantage of qled TVs is There is no risk of burn-in because you are simply pushing light through the screen and you are not putting pressure on the individual pixels like you would on an OLED, so it can be very reassuring to know that your Q LED TV won't have that problem. . a super bright, burn-free screen, I mean it's an obvious winner, well again maybe it depends on where you're going to be and what you're going to watch, one of the downsides of LED TVs and now QLED TVs is the backlight bleed into areas where it's not supposed to be, let's call it blooming and blooming is annoying if you're going to watch tv in the dark now, fald or full array local dimming tvs have made it better over backlit tvs i had a samsung ks8000 and it's actually been a bit difficult to replace that tv as i was very taken with it, but that tv was edge lit and didn't have local dimming zones like the newer qleds have, so the People do these local dimming and brightening. tests to expose how bad the backlight bleed is from one qled to another and to show how oleds are superior to qleds, but again it all comes down to the type of room you will be in, what you are looking at and whether I'm not going back to the topic yet, I'll give you a couple more examples of the small differences between these two concepts before getting to the end and I'll just give you the answers.
I want to give you just a couple more of the main concepts. talking points being discussed to further differentiate these televisions besides the superior brightness of the qled or the infinite contrast of an oled one of the things where you have to find the lesser of two evils is when you talk about a black crush on an oled versus Blooming in a cult when talking about OLED, some talk about Black Crush. This is where an OLED has a hard time displaying just above black because for black the pixel is off but gives it one or two percent of light to show the super difference. dark gray areas is really hard to do for an oled, but because a qled has amazing light even in dark scenes, you can definitely see shadow details better in real life on a qled, so now you have excellent shadow details in some areas but the light actually bleeds in other areas where it's supposed to be completely dark so when you're in a dark room we really have to start talking about choosing between the flaws, are you crazy for losing details in the shadows or bother blooming and while crushed black can be a problem on an OLED, it's not the same for the rest of the color tones, most other areas on the OLED have amazing definition and detail and even in a normal or dark room you still get great reflections and detail in the high end, but as you add more ambient light or have a scene where there is only one very bright screen, you can see where the OLED starts to get limited by the TV's ABL, the automatic brightness limiter, this may be the disappointing part, but you don't really notice it when you have such a big contrast, but the q led with its blinding brightness loses some of those reflections and a blurry light, so you have the pleasure of protecting your eyes as the epic scenes come to an end. climax, but you can't really see anything, it's just another example of not being able to control the light perfectly similar to bloom but on the high side and of course you can micromanage the black levels and brightness in both sets but in each The technology has some pros and cons so we really go back to not having competition and why do I keep saying the reason is because the answer of qled versus oled is not really settled?
It's an example of two parallel technologies for a reason. although it is polarizing and that reason is that both technologies need to exist because they do different things for different people, they offer different benefits and different weaknesses, so this really shouldn't be a conversation about which technology is better but really about which technology will be better. for you in your house, your room, and what content you are going to watch or play if you are in a room with a lot of windows or watch TV during the day, specifically regular, bright, vibrant cable sports, and especially if you watch news or play content static all day, then there are solid arguments for getting a great q led like the samsung q90t because it is much brighter and also handles reflections very well and whether you believe in burn-in or not, it is not going to hurt you with the samsung q90t and many people in that situation find that the oled tv like the lg c10 doesn't handle reflections well enough and that the brightness of these oled tvs is simply insufficient during the day with bright content, especially when you're fighting the direct sunlight opposing your screen and it's very difficult for that technology to compete unless you have blackout curtains or just watching TV or games at night, so in these bright conditions or watching this very bright and vibrant content, here it is where you should do it." I would like to get a bigger or better LED TV for the money to benefit from the advantages of this type of room in this type of content, on the other hand, if you are looking for a TV for a home theater or gaming room. in a bedroom or you watch a lot of TV at night in the living room and you've been looking at that OLED, you'll be very happy, even if the TV may be a little smaller, it doesn't always matter, that's fine, but they have the perfect black. and infinite contrast that can really be appreciated in the darkest rooms or even a moderately lit room and that's where the maximum brightness of the full screen matters much less at night.
The LG C10 and Sony 8H are still almost blinding for me and even the best. QLED televisions like thesamsung q90t have some glare and light leaks because they are backlit, so the sony a8h and lg c10 oleds with the amazing technology of being able to illuminate eight million different pixels, all individually along with the processing of those incredible chips, really provide In the end you have a perfect viewing experience in the dark, when you talk about the LG C10 vs Samsung Q90t you are talking about two great technologies, two fantastic TVs, one that is blindingly bright with a little light leak in the black. background and the other has amazing colors and contrast and you will lose a little pop in bright rooms but it dominates in a dark room and the worst case scenario is that you buy one now and if it doesn't work for you you just take it.
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