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  1. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Yeah, Sony keeps making moronic and mental design choices that doesn't make sense. What's the point in having a Sony 42" OLED if they don't focus on gaming. LG already did an excellent job on the colors like when watching Netflix. I don't even have to change any setting! I didn't know anything...
  2. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    I would have liked to go with the Sony but feww reasons why I rather not: -the absurd prices indeed. According the rumors, it's gonna be about €2199 or so. Yeah **** that -high input lag -aggressive ABL -very late on the firmware updates and features ABL is unfortunately very noticable in...
  3. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    I know, right? Back in 2019 I tried two OLED monitors and the last one, the headache started literally within 15 minutes. Those who are sensitive to that what's in the video, the issues are serious. I used the Huawei Mate 20X camera and the result is shocking. I doubt QD-OLEDs solve this issue...
  4. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Hmm, then I guess there are some (rare) cases where people can be extra sensitive. Talking about bad luck.
  5. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Discard my other reply, it was a bad example. It seems it depends on smartphone camera or any other camera. This one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASmyW360usc I'm in the team 'PWM affected people'. Though I don't have migraine.
  6. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    It's indeed not inherent to OLED if you don't suffer from nausea with your CX. This nausea/cyber sickness highly likely is because of TruMotion. Disable it and you no longer should have nausea. In fact, I have my A7V more about 3.5 years or more and never suffered nausea. I did notice some...
  7. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    You're probably mistaken, it's not the VRR flicker I'm talking about. It's the PWM dimming. My current monitor uses DC dimming. For example, open yt app and use the grey testing and use your smartphone camera. You'll see and understand what I mean.
  8. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    If I wasn't sensitive to flicker, I definitely would have kept the 42C2. It's the greatest 42" OLED monitor/tv I've ever had so far and this is coming from a guy who's been using a 22" VA monitor for the past 4-5 years. I think 42" is the best size for big immersive gaming, you really feel...
  9. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Regarding the motion processing while using it as a monitor, yeah, it boggles my mind. And regarding the input lag, I have a 1080Ti so it's a 1440p GPU and when I still had the 42C2, I'm surprised I can just use the Standard mode instead of Game mode because the input lag is very low. There is...
  10. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Completely disable all of the motion related settigs like TruMotion. That's high likely the culprit why we get motion sick. I never understand the motion BS to be honest. I mean, movies and series in their original framerates, like the 23.937fps or something, feels way too unnaturel to me when...
  11. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    No, it's likely not because of OLED. Completely disable all the motion related settings like TruMotion, they are the cause of our issues. The first day when I had the 42C2, I literally got severly sick within half hour. I couldn't bear it anymore. Next day some users here, I think R3X, advised...
  12. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Yeah, it immediatly caught my attention why a lot of details were missing when I still had the 42C2. I could bump up some settings but they usually do not do good like the grey will increase. I mean, have you ever bumped up the brightness level on tv's before and then you saw the picture gets...
  13. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    So I could enjoy the 42C2 for a week before I started to love it. Picture is near perfect and very very small red tint right upper so hardly noticeable. 42" OLED seems to be most perfect size and this is coming from a guy who's been used to small screens for about 2 decades, 15" and 22". You...
  14. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    You're welcome. And silly me, totally forgot the long press. It's not possible to disable ABL using IR? The picture is truly magnificent! I still cannot believe you can just use Standard mode when gaming at 1440p.
  15. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    To disable the red standby light, go to Settings - System and you should see the settings for standby ligh. You can disable it.
  16. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Yeah, I come from LED monitor, BenQ GW2280 to be very specific. BenQ monitors are usually known for great eye care. Does that explain why aside other factors? Yeah, I turned off TruMotion, had no idea it was set on 'Natural'. The nauseous no more occurs but headache does. Well, not really...
  17. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Hmm, thanks, so it's the motions that causes the nauseous? Will check them out. Though I have switched off all motion enchantments but will try the settings. The weird thing, causeous occurs when gaming. But maybe I'll need to take my time to see when and how. And yes, the Standard preset looks...
  18. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    So yesterday I've got the 42C2 and it's a wonderful screen! The pixels are so sharp and crisp, really loving the high ppi! Picture is superb too! No need to change settings which I'm very surprised about that. I had to change many settings on my LG A7V as the out of the box really sucked. I use...
  19. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    At this moment I'm typing on my phone so a bit limited, I'll reply on others their replies later when i'm on my pc. My 42C2 will be delivered today, schedule is planned between 16:45-17:45. So here is the thing, should I try it for 30 days or exchange it right away for 48C1? What about the...
  20. SilverRST

    LG 42-inch OLED

    Exactly. What the hell is this bullcrap practices! This smells false advertising. Currently not sure if I should swap the 42C2 for 48C1 or not. We have 30 days to try.
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