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Off-Topic / Re: Samsung Launches 110-inch MicroLED Ultra HDTV In Q1 2021
« Last post by Paul2 on December 12, 2020, 12:53:40 PM »
yeah, i agree totally.  probably hundred millionaires or billionaires that are interested in tv might buy first generation microLed.

like first generation oled which debuted in 2013, it cost like $13,000 for a 55" 1080p.  then in 2014, the 55" 1080p oled dropped down to $4,000 for 2nd generation oleds.  then in 2015, the 3rd generation 1080p oled dropped down to about $2,500.  in 2016, 4th generation oleds are 4k with hdr and wcg coming with several models and 2 sizes of 55" and 65".  the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled of that year only cost $1,800 during black friday.

in 2017, the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled tv only cost $1,500 during the week of black friday.  the strange thing is the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled tv cost $1,600 during the week of black friday of 2018.  $100 more expensive than previous year's model.  then in 2019, the cheapest 55" oled with wcg and hdr and with hdmi 2.1 and 120 hz supports only cost $1,200 during the week of black friday.  in 2020, this past black friday, it still cost $1,200 for the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled with 120 Hz hdmi 2.1 support.

so, i thought the 2020 model should cost a bit less for the cheapest model compares to 2019 model during the week of black friday but it just equals it.  i was hoping it cost $100 less but it cost the same as last year's model which is okay with me.

What i am trying to say is, pretty much anything 1st generation cost a lot of money, later generation models should cost much less.  maybe 2nd generation microLeds might cost around $100,000 instead of $156,000 for the 110" model. and cheaper than that for the models after that.

who knows in 5 years from now, 75" microLeds might cost $5,000 for that year's model.  its still expensive but if one can wait, it might cost less than that in the year and years after for the later models.

i just bought an oled and i am very satisfied with it and i won't be upgrading my tv for at least a decade from now as i enjoy the 4k 120hz oled tv that i have now.
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Off-Topic / Re: Samsung Launches 110-inch MicroLED Ultra HDTV In Q1 2021
« Last post by Titan on December 12, 2020, 09:12:56 AM »
Who would pay six figures for a TV? You can buy a Ferrari for that price.
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Off-Topic / Samsung Launches 110-inch MicroLED Ultra HDTV In Q1 2021
« Last post by Paul2 on December 10, 2020, 01:17:31 PM »
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Samsung has announced that a 110-inch version of its MicroLED TV will be available globally starting in Q1 2021...

..Unlike the traditional LCD displays the company is known for, MicroLED is a self-emissive tech that uses micrometer-sized LEDs, eliminating the need for a backlight. The LEDs comprise the pixels in the display, allowing for enhanced brightness (Samsung says its 110-inch model is capable of hitting 2,000 nits) and extended color (100% of DCI-P3, according to the company)...

...Samsung specs its 110-inch MicroLED as having a lifespan of up to 100,000 hours, or over ten years. The 4K-resolution TV has a bezel-free display for an all-screen look, and its Smart TV interface has a Multi View feature that allows the screen to be split into four separate quadrants each showing a different video source displayed at 55 inches diagonal. Sports fans take note.

According to Samsung, its new MicroLED TV also has “an embedded Majestic Sound System that delivers breathtaking 5.1 channel sound with no external speaker.”

Pricing for Samsung’s 110-inch MicroLED TV has not yet been announced.
https://www.soundandvision.com/content/samsung-launches-110-inch-microled-ultra-hdtv

pretty impressive.  i was wondering what the price will be and i thought it might cost about $100,000 and then later, i accidently hit the search option as i was copying the text and it shows links of this tv and some of the links texts said it cost about $156,000 which is more than $50,000 than what i expected.  Makes me wonder what the smaller sizes would cost though.  still very, very cool nonetheless. B)
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Paul2 on December 05, 2020, 04:50:23 PM »
oh i see.  i thought the previous owner downloaded and installed the games on the xbox 360 but its actually only games save and dlc. i get you now.
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Happy Birthday board / Happy Birthday Gradman
« Last post by Paul2 on December 05, 2020, 04:42:54 PM »


:hb: Happy Birthday Gradman. :hb:

as usual on these mario games, the first music is the nes version while the 2nd music is the same as the first but on snes version.  i think both use the same wide range keys being play here so overall, i prefer the snes version more as it has better and more soothing instrumentations.
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Titan on December 05, 2020, 08:26:00 AM »
i see.  what do you mean when you say you have to sign into their account?  how come you don't keep the games that were pre-installed?

A person's downloaded games are usually tied to their account. Delete the account, you can't access the games. At least that's if they follow Sony's method. Besides, on my Xbox I know all the games on the console were disk games so I'd have to have the disk anyway to play them. It only has a 20 gig hard drive and only game saves and DLC was installed. On the Xbox 360, most games can be played from the disc and installing is optional. And even if you install, you still need the disc to play.
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Paul2 on December 03, 2020, 12:58:26 PM »
i see.  what do you mean when you say you have to sign into their account?  how come you don't keep the games that were pre-installed?
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Titan on December 03, 2020, 10:59:31 AM »
I actually wiped the hard drive so there were no games on it after I was done. I'd have to sign into their account which likely will sign me into their Live account. And that's a dick thing to do lol. Plus I like to start fresh on a console.
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Paul2 on December 02, 2020, 03:36:58 PM »
oh, cool.  great news that for only $15 for the used xbox 360, you also get lots of games free that were probably bought and downloaded and installed from the previous owner.  money well spent.  awesome. B)
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Off-Topic / Re: I just bought an OLED TV and just watched Sonic the Movie
« Last post by Titan on December 02, 2020, 02:35:15 PM »
yeah, component to hdmi converter is a very good alternative.

when you said that your xbox 360 did red ring before.  was it after you bought it or before you bought it?

It was before I bought it. I noticed on the sticker on the back it said "serviced on xx/xx/xxxx" instead of "manufactured on" like it usually does. It means it was factory serviced before, likely the Red Ring. And this model had an over 50% failure rate so I'd bet that was it. But it had a lot of games on it when I bought it so it was used a lot after and I haven't had any issues so I assume it's fixed.
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