Now that we have actual owners let's get this thread and party started...
In all seriousness, congrats and look forward to your views.
Richer Sounds doesn't have the C7 mate its looking like its a Curry's exclusive like the C6.Watching this thread with enthusiasm too, I am about to order one of these I think. Richer Sounds offer a 6 year warranty as well by the way. I haven't purchased yet so if anyone has a better reason to purchase somewhere else I'm all ears. Always used JL in the past as there customer service is excellent.
As your experienced with Oled already can you tell us what the new models are like for near black noise/blockiness and what 100% White screen uniformity is like please and good luck with the Tv.The reason I cannot install it today is - my wife won't let me. She always wants to be out of the house when such things are happening, and first opportunity is tomorrow morning.
I think the design is edging towards old fashioned tbh. I like the monolithic feeling of the G7 or Sony's A1 much more. I hope we'll see more like that in the future, with minimal stand-gap and as little as possible detracting from the screen.Just love the design on this TV, so classy.
That's a bit weird. What device are you posting from? On a PC web browser you should be able to drag and drop your photos onto the textbox, then click the "Full Image" button to load the images inline.Bit off-topic, but for later on, how do I make images appear inline in my posts
Managed to work it out. But thanks for your help.That's a bit weird. What device are you posting from? On a PC web browser you should be able to drag and drop your photos onto the textbox, then click the "Full Image" button to load the images inline.
From a mobile device like an iPhone - using the web browser - you should be able to click the "Upload a File" button then click the "Full Image" button to load the images inline once the images have uploaded (which they should do automatically).
Nahhhh you love using these man tools !!!Its a shame that the EF950V didn't have a VESA compliant mount :-( Having to swap them is annoying.