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OLED77G6P Vs. XBR75Z9D (3D-Required) 48hrs

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Hello,

If your acquisition cost was less than $1000 out of pocket, cost was not a factor and you were not a huge gamer which would you do. I do however love 3D, and passive 3D at that is easier on my spouse. We have a vast 3D collection as well, Huge start wars nuts!

Currently have a buyback situation on a UN78JS9500 from Samsung

I am looked at 82xx for a 77 G6 and 53xx for a 75 Z9, however I have 72xx to work and will be maximizing out of cost expense with a few cash back offers on credit cards. Might as well use someone elses money for 12-15 months and get rewarded for it.

I currently own a 55C6p, and a 65G6P, love oled, but and have nevered owned a 4K sony in that size, but I do have a 43 Sony 4K that I use as a computer monitor. Its edgelit, and non HDR and find it has

an amazing picture and level of control adjustment (XBR43810C)

I have read and read and read. The Z9 has so much brightness, they will both have dolby vision by years end of course. Not a very bright room at all, but our main viewing area.

I am making a decision in the next 24-48 hrs on a direction.

Thank you for all of your two cents.


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