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kezman
post Nov 23 2020, 03:31 PM

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QUOTE(hahakat88 @ Nov 21 2020, 11:14 PM)
but
X1 processor on x80 is better than x75 right.. alamak Sony..
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Processor is different, x75h use X1 while x80h use X1 HDR processor.
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post Nov 23 2020, 06:11 PM

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QUOTE(kezman @ Nov 23 2020, 03:31 PM)
Processor is different, x75h use X1 while x80h use X1 HDR processor.
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thanks for pointing that out, didn't realize
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post Nov 24 2020, 10:56 AM

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QUOTE(Convael @ Nov 23 2020, 02:50 PM)
Okay , so I am trying to correct you at being wrong and I am being defensive .  Great .
It is fine if you insist you are right , perhaps you sleep better at night thinking you have bought the things you wanted despite of the truth .
What about the possibility of others reading your post and mistakenly bought something they didn't want to ?

I am involved in a lot of conversation concerning TVs not because I need to prove myself .
Correcting you here , will actually save me times from explaining to people who were confused about your claims and end up messaging my inbox .
The H9G Series has a native 10 bit color depth panel  , as shown below .

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The U8 series are using 8bit + RFC .

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And just based on the inconsistency alone , this 2 TV cannot be the same model when both TV are using 2 screen of completely different bit depth .
Why ? Because of the cost and performance difference .
Also your so called 65 " Local Dimming H9 series are listed as having " only " 132 zones here . 
I cut the portion of the TV title (namely the size) and paste on the top of the specs since they cannot fit into one frame .
So whoever is right ? Who knows but I am thinking the review at AVforums make more sense now because they have only discovered 110 zones in the 55 " .

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I also like how you have conveniently dodged the brightness gap numbers  , when there is almost 600 cd/m2 of difference [which is massive] between 2 TVs that have over 1000 nits peak brightness .
It will take a lot more power budget to increase 600 nits of luminance on TV that's over 1000 nits .

Clearly the H9G is one of the best LCD Hisense ever made beside their 8K TVs . If anything U8 has more resemblance with the H8 series .

There , be glad that I got your panties in a bunch so you don't wet them in an instant.
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Can we buy H9G in Malaysia market? Or it's just exclusively for US or EU market?
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post Nov 24 2020, 06:10 PM

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QUOTE(Lfearlessly @ Nov 24 2020, 10:56 AM)
Can we buy H9G in Malaysia market? Or it's just exclusively for US or EU market?
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You can't , we don't have a H9G equivalent model in the Malaysian Market . They are exclusive to the US and Canada region I believe .

We do have the U800QF model which is based on the U8QF series from the European region .

The U8QF has an 8 bit + RFC panel unlike the native 10 bit used by H9G .

Normally this isn't an issue because 8 bit + RFC can look almost as good as 10 bit with post-picture processing like the smooth gradation feature on LG , Samsung , Sony's TVs.
But in Hisense's current situation this can be problematic since their TV do not have smooth gradient features implemented .

This post has been edited by Convael: Nov 24 2020, 06:14 PM
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post Nov 24 2020, 06:42 PM

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QUOTE(Lfearlessly @ Nov 24 2020, 10:56 AM)
Can we buy H9G in Malaysia market? Or it's just exclusively for US or EU market?
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eBay, Amazon (only)...... flex.gif

https://www.amazon.com/Hisense-65-Inch-Quan...06214910&sr=8-4

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post Nov 25 2020, 07:53 AM

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QUOTE(stasio @ Nov 24 2020, 06:42 PM)
ah buy oledi also need step down transformer lagi lol.
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post Nov 25 2020, 10:19 AM

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QUOTE(Convael @ Nov 24 2020, 06:10 PM)
You can't , we don't have a H9G equivalent model in the Malaysian Market . They are exclusive to the US and Canada region I believe .

We do have the U800QF model which is based on the U8QF series from the European region .

The U8QF has an 8 bit + RFC panel unlike the native 10 bit used by H9G .

Normally this isn't an issue because 8 bit + RFC can look almost as good as 10 bit with post-picture processing like the smooth gradation feature on LG , Samsung , Sony's TVs.
But in Hisense's current situation this can be problematic since their TV do not have smooth gradient features implemented .
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Thank you so much for your kind explanation.
I'm currently looking for 65 inch smart tv, not sure which brand have good quality hmm.gif
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post Nov 25 2020, 03:31 PM

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QUOTE(raist86 @ Nov 22 2020, 04:25 PM)
was checking out sony 65x9000h today at a few stores..

Senheng quoted RM 6499 - RM 100 (member voucher) = RM 6399.
RM 625 ez credit to use for future purchase. Have ready stock.. Warranty 2 yrs + 2 yrs (citibank plusone member)

Local electrical store quoted me RM 6000.. 2 yrs warranty by Sony.

hmm.. Worth getting from Senheng? The credit rebate quite attractive.. On top of that, they offer trade in of old tv at RM 400.. but i think i can sell mine off at slightly higher on marketplace.
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nice price from senheng
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post Nov 26 2020, 12:09 AM

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QUOTE(barneysteinsson @ Nov 25 2020, 03:31 PM)
nice price from senheng
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Go for senheng if you need ez credit for next purchase and normally senheng give one more year warranty.

If you choose to save then local electrical shop 6000 is a good price for 2 years standard warranty.
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post Nov 26 2020, 12:25 AM

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QUOTE(hahakat88 @ Nov 23 2020, 06:11 PM)
thanks for pointing that out, didn't realize
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VA is suitable for dark room
IPS is suitable for bright room

X80 is definitely better with X1 HDR if compare to X70 X1.
Better in picture details. Even the menu is different.
If got budget, get the x90 with local dimming VA panel.
Go to Sony center at IPC or klcc to see for yourself compare side by side with same video.

2020 Sony TV gets really bright compare to 2019 and the android Mediatek processor is 3x faster than 2019 models.

My suggestion is not to buy the cheapest model of TV offered,with x70h compare to x80h somehow you will lose some features like
simpler menu
Dolby vision & Atmos
Apply airplay & homekit
3 to 4 hdmi ports
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post Yesterday, 07:43 AM

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QUOTE(szecheng @ Nov 26 2020, 12:25 AM)
VA is suitable for dark room
IPS is suitable for bright room

X80 is definitely better with X1 HDR if compare to X70 X1.
Better in picture details. Even the menu is different.
If got budget, get the x90 with local dimming VA panel.
Go to Sony center at IPC or klcc to see for yourself compare side by side with same video.

2020 Sony TV gets really bright compare to 2019 and the android Mediatek processor is 3x faster than 2019 models.

My suggestion is not to buy the cheapest model of TV offered,with x70h compare to x80h somehow you will lose some features like
simpler menu
Dolby vision & Atmos
Apply airplay & homekit
3 to 4 hdmi ports
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Can you explain futher whats the difference you see between x80h vs x7500h, the difference between x1hdr vs x1 4k,....because i come from x80g which was IPS and i dont like it...i justlove the black level of the VA panel....yes i can afford x90h but...i just wondering if i can save a few "thousand" if i just opt for x7500h instead of x90h...the difference of price between x7500h to x90h is huge....so is the x7500h really that bad..? In What sense actually bad...the HDR performance maybe..? From what i read online...it still do have a wide colour gamut "triluminos" just it lack abit in brightness performance....its not far way from my prev x80g tho...
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post Yesterday, 01:55 PM

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I was thinking to get a nanocell lg65" or sony 65x9000h. The price is similar... what's your guys suggestion?
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QUOTE(Punish @ Nov 27 2020, 07:43 AM)
Can you explain futher whats the difference you see between x80h vs x7500h, the difference between x1hdr vs x1 4k,....because i come from x80g which was IPS and i dont like it...i justlove the black level of the VA panel....yes i can afford x90h but...i just wondering if i can save a few "thousand" if i just opt for x7500h instead of x90h...the difference of price between x7500h to x90h is huge....so is the x7500h really that bad..? In What sense actually bad...the HDR performance maybe..? From what i read online...it still do have a wide colour gamut "triluminos" just it lack abit in brightness performance....its not far way from my prev x80g tho...
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2020 sony is all trilominous
x80h is so much brighter than x80g, thats why it can have at least entry level dolby vision which is a big improvement in HDR.
x1hdr have better picture details than x1
x90h is another level with full array of backlight led.
goto sony flagship store to view the real thing

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post Yesterday, 06:50 PM

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QUOTE(szecheng @ Nov 27 2020, 02:44 PM)

x1hdr have better picture details than x1

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Mind explain abit more about this....what did you notice that strike you the most when you compare them side by side...?
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65X9000H, 2+3 years warranty, for RM 6100, good deal kan?
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QUOTE(nasiayam @ Nov 28 2020, 03:24 PM)
65X9000H, 2+3 years warranty, for RM 6100, good deal kan?
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Good price boss

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