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Robert Crawford

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How does calibration work when it’s not done in the final location of the TV?
I don't quite understand your question as the calibration and settings should be the same whether it's done in-store or at the final location. Unless, ambient lighting becomes an issue one way or another.
 

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I don't quite understand your question as the calibration and settings should be the same whether it's done in-store or at the final location. Unless, ambient lighting becomes an issue one way or another.
I thought calibration was dependent on the location of the TV.
 

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Well LG has the 88", albeit 8K at $30,000, so likely in 5 years it too will be under $4,000! Time flies and all that - remember 6 years ago the 77" 4K OLED was $25,000! So it's not hard to imagine 8K prices declining at a similar trajectory once Chinese factories begin 8K OLED production in a few years.
Costco now has an LG 8K OLED for $20k plus a $5K shop card. I forget the size but it was BIG.
 

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