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It’s pretty well established now, I think, that we’re entering a phase with OLED TVs where for the most part, annual range refreshes are more about adding new features than they are about radical improvements in picture quality. While this seems disappointing to some, though, and increasingly raises questions about whether new OLED TVs are really significantly better than their predecessors, I think such complaints ignore one important fact. Namely that the best OLED TVs have so much quality in them already - provided, anyway, that your room conditions and picture tastes align with OLEDs strengths - that what might appear small performance improvements actually matter a disproportionately... Full story

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