Q. I keep reading that there’s no better picture than a picture from an OLED TV. I want to get one, but the prices for the sets are so much higher than other types of sets of the same type size. Why is this? Why are OLED TVs so expensive? — Peter, Kansas City. Peter,
Q. I am shopping for a 50-inch new TV and have a budget of $600-900. My wife thinks that OLED prices will come down to that range in the next year. Do you think a significant price drop is likely? — Willie, hometown withheld. Willie, let me give you the good news before the bad.
Q. Why won’t OLED TV prices come down? When?! — Kevin, Palatine, Illinois. Kevin, I know it seems like OLED sets from LG, Panasonic and Sony are too expensive. Way too expensive, in fact. Click Amazon: Black Friday Sale Has Begun! But remember this: A high-def LG 55-inch OLED TV cost $14,999 in 2014 when
Q. I am in need for a new TV but have put off buying one because I loathe the ‘soap opera effect.’ Is there anyway to turn this off on new TVs? Is there a particular TV that truly turns off this feature? — Deborah, Los Angeles. Deborah, first, for those unfamiliar with the ‘soap