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    Severed Member JoeW's Avatar
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    Please get an extended warranty. My Sony OLED started taking a shit a month after the oem warranty and they told me to fuck off. Bought a LG C1 and have been even more impressed. They seem to care about the product because I see regular firmware updates whereas the Sony hardly ever updated.

    Good luck sir! OLED is the shiznit

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    It was down to the two, I picked the Sony because of the upscaling reviews (ultimately). I've never had a Sony panel, ever. Pretty much been Samsung and LG for the last several years (honestly never had either for a TV).

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    Unless I am mistaken the OLED in the Sony was built in an LG factory anyway.

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    FWIU, LG makes the display panels to Sony's specs, and Sony does their own video processing boards/chips/whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBenior View Post
    FWIU, LG makes the display panels to Sony's specs, and Sony does their own video processing boards/chips/whatever.
    Beat me to it. LOL. All other OLEDs use LG screens.

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeW View Post
    Please get an extended warranty. My Sony OLED started taking a shit a month after the oem warranty and they told me to fuck off. Bought a LG C1 and have been even more impressed. They seem to care about the product because I see regular firmware updates whereas the Sony hardly ever updated.

    Good luck sir! OLED is the shiznit
    I have the C1 also. Even 6 months later I'm still blown away by how good it looks.

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    There are some top of the line Panasonic OLED sets without LG panels, all in house.

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