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    LG 48CX

    Haven't seen the video but the featured plasma was not the brightest plasma though and if I recall correctly, that was the main reason Panasonic lost the last ever shoot out including plasmas to Samsung. At least that was the reason I bought it back in the day. And yes, I thought that was to dim...
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    LG 48CX

    Lets not forget that frequency affects the measured input lag. For what it's worth, I am using my GX to play CS GO (in a lower resolution with scaling disabled) and I have a hard time distinguish it from my 240 hz TN panel, at least not to a point where I am noticeable better on one or the...
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    LG 48CX

    Really weird, on my GX, I have not problems keeping it disabled just by disabling it the normal way.
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    LG 48CX

    I think I understand what's going on here. When you enable/disable screen shift there is a noticable zoom in/out for some weird reason. However, this only seem to affect the overlay UI of the LG menu system, not the actual image being displayed. At least not something that I can notice even when...
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    LG 48CX

    Well, I never believed in the lying down solution, if not for the fact that stuff would simply start falling down for a normal working space. But I think that a well reclined position could be the best of both worlds (ideally one that could be easily changed to a more normal position) and if I...
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    LG 48CX

    I have the GX and that has surprisingly good speakers, but if I don't remember wrong, the GX might have better speakers than the CX. That said, LGs OLEDs usually have quite good speakers even in the C-series.
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    LG 48CX

    It's definitely stretching it and that why I, and others it seem, would like something like a 32-35" version of the X27. On the other hand, if a 27" can give you same screen real estate and FOV at a closer distance than a as a 48"/55" at larger distance, maybe that space could be used for...
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    LG 48CX

    I guess a 27" 4K with no scaling is out of the question then :) Funnily, it used to be the way around, that matte screens had coatings that used to drive at least me nuts as I always felt the screen was dirty. But these days that seem to have improved a lot. My laptop screen is a glossy LCD...
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    LG 48CX

    Thanks, will try that. Do you know what the main changes were? I guess "to the point where I can live with it" means that there is still room for improvement (in general, probably not to the profile used). One thing I have found when comparing directly between my 55" GX and the X27 is that the...
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    LG 48CX

    I agree on the strange lack of 32-35" IPS LCD screens (at least if you want something that is suitable for gaming as well). The Acer X32 is supposed to be released sometimes soon, but who knows when that is and the price is well...steep. The current Widescreens all have to low vertical...
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    LG 48CX

    Thanks. 125% scaling on a 55", how far from it are you sitting? :) One thing though is that I know I have seen from other monitors that scaling actually seem to improve text quality in some cases, not really sure why. But of course you loose screen real estate as well then. I admit to being...
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    LG 48CX

    Thanks. What size do you have, 48"? Not sure if OSX perhaps can handle the pixel structure of the OLED better than Windows? BTW, the screen real estate of a 4K screen is the same regardless of the size, the ability to see it might be different though :)
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    LG 48CX

    TL; DR; For some reason, I find that that a good IPS LCD is just nicer to the eyes in the long run, even when running at higher brightness etc. but would be nice to hear the opinions on others how might now have started to use a OLED monitor as a daily driver for work etc and not just...
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    LG 48CX

    Have asked this before but no one seem to know, what is the difference between enabling energy saving (manual) and just lowering OLED Light?
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    LG 48CX

    I actually found the Q95T to be a bit dim as well :D Just as a remainder: " The ambient brightness of a sunny day with clear blue skies is between 7000-10,000 nits (between 3000-7000 nits for overcast skies and indirect sunlight). A bright sunny day can have specular highlights that reach over...
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