Sony vs LG LG is the dominant OLED brand for OLEDs because they have better gaming performance and generally cost less. However, Sony's LED models are much better than LG's because they become brighter, have better uniformity, and generally have better contrast. I'm trying to decide which LCD TV to buy. I'm looking at the 40-inch Sony Bravia, but I'm a little stuck in the 42-inch LG.
The picture looks better with the LG, but Sony is a more popular brand. Although Sony has been highly prized for making high-quality LCD TVs for some time, that doesn't mean that another manufacturer can't come and make a good quality TV as well. Is there anyone else with an LG LCD TV who wants to tell us what they think of it? I was watching Sony and LG side by side in a showroom and I felt that the frame rate and image quality were much better on this LG TV. Paul created the Home Theater Guide to help less experienced users get the most out of today's audiovisual technology.
He has worked as a sound, lighting and audiovisual engineer for about 20 years. At home, you've spent more time than you're likely to be healthy installing, configuring, testing, dismantling, fixing, adjusting and reinstalling (and sometimes using) multiple high-fidelity and home theater equipment. You can learn more here. There are a lot of similarities between LG and Sony OLED TVs, as both offer a contrast that competing QLED TVs can't achieve.
I have a 42″ plasma LG, and my brother uses Sony and, to be honest, using it on ps3 online, both have great photos, it's hard to differentiate them with me. The smart platform used by LG TVs is webOS, which has a fast and intuitive interface that is easily controlled with an intelligent remote control. I was watching Sony and LG side by side in a showroom and I felt that the frame rate and image quality were much better on this LG TV. Like LG, Sony's OLED televisions are offered in medium and large sizes, with the most giant option being 83 inches.