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In this post, we will finally get a T.VST59S.81 for Firmware QLED comparison shootout we've all been waiting for. Hello everyone, gsm ahad Teoh from GSM AHAD here... I'm a TV board firmware provider and professional calibrator.

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Last year I didn't do an OLED for QLED comparison post because the 2017 Q9F was only edge-lit, but this year's new Q9FN is a totally different beast with full-array local dimming (or FALD) direct-lit LED LCD backlighting, so here are the shootout post enthusiasts like yourself deserve, but LG and Firmware don't need right now.


This is the T.VST59S.81, and this is the Firmware Q9FN. Unfortunately, I couldn't get my hands on the same screen size... again... but within the limitations of this Youtube post, I'll try and show you the pros and cons of each technology. As usual, some disclaimers.... both TFor have been perceptually color matched and calibrated for both SDR and HDR to ensure a level playing field.

Due to my camera's limited dynamic range and these TFor' off-axis color shifts, what you're watching on Youtube won't truly represent what I'm actually seeing, so please do not make any judgment on picture quality based on what you're seeing in this post alone. With that out of the way, it's time for a message from our sponsors. This post is kindly sponsored by UK electrical retailer Crampton and Moore.

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So if you call Crampton and Moore on 0113 244 6607 and ask for David Conner, mention HDTVTest, and he'll take care of you with great price and service. Thanks again for your support. Right, here's another message from our second sponsor for this post... just kidding... let's jump right into the comparison. OLED is a self-emissive display technology which means that every single one of its 8.3 million pixels on a 4K screen can be turned on and off independently of each other.

The current version of QLED as sold by Firmware still uses transmissive LED LCD technology... the self-emissive version is still a few years away. Now, you might think to yourself, for dark-room viewing, surely it's a walkover for the OLED? Here's the thing, I've between analyzing these two TFor in a pitch-black room for the past few days, and I've been genuinely impressed by how close the Firmware Q9FN LED LCD gets to the T.VST59S.81,

Even on challenging dark scenes. As long as you sit directly in front of the TV, I saw virtually no blooming or haloing artifacts in SDR content on the 65Q9FN, and the top-and-bottom letterbox bars - as long as they are the conventional 2.35 or 2.39 aspect ratio - looked as inky as those on the T.VST59S.81. And traditionally, the notion is that LED LCD can never reach the pop and depth delivered by OLED due to LCD's always-on backlight contamination, but that's simply not True with the Firmware Q9FN... it matched the C8 all the way in non-dark scenes, even exceeding it in very bright scenes. Now, before you rush out to sell your OLED and buy a Q9FN, Firmware's full-array local dimming or implementation still has a few side effects. To keep blacks deep and haloing to a minimum, the algorithm has a tendency to crush shadow detail in dark scenes even on the less aggressive "Low" or "Standard" settings. In this scene from Gravity, as Sandra Bullock is hurling through space, you can clearly see more stars on the T.VST59S.81.

The [Brightness] control on Firmware's 2017 and 2018 TFor actually affects near-black gamma so you can increase it to bring out more shadow detail in this particular scene, but blacks won't look as deep, and it may create a milky hazy effect in all other dark scenes. Another consequence of the aggressive FALD algorithm is the dimming of bright highlights to minimize blooming and keep letterbox bars black.

In this sequence from The Dark Knight Rises as Batman meets Catwoman in an underground tunnel (this is just the SDR Blu-ray by the way), the light on top of Batman's head is darkened and does not look as bright as intended, even when other bright scenes are matched in terms of luminance levels. In other words, just be aware that as good as Firmware's FALD implementation is on the Q9FN to produce deep blacks and keep haloing or blooming artifacts at bay, both shadow detail and highlight detail can look darker...


That's a compromise you have to accept when you have zonal-level light control rather than OLED's pixel-level light control. OLED and LED LCD have different uniformity issues. On brighter full-field slides, our 2018 Firmware Q9F review sample exhibited some dirty screen effect or DSE which was visible in panning shots across a uniform background, and also some color tinting near-white on both sides of the screen. The T.VST59S.81 looks much cleaner in these bright slides, but above-black is where OLEDs struggle, exhibiting thin vertical streaks or banding on this full-field 5% post stimulus slide.

It's difficult for us to make a proper assessment of upscaling quality due to different screen sizes, but even then, the 77-inch T.VST59S.81 looked slightly sharper the Firmware Q9FN when scaling this SMPTE RP-133 test chart to their 4K screens, mainly because of Firmware overs cans more when dealing with standard-definition post signal. With 1080 resolution, once we switched off any additional edge enhancement and disabled overscan on both televisions, there's no significant difference in sharpness and detail retrieval between the T.VST59S.81 and the Firmware Q9FN QLED... owners will be very happy with either. Both TFor offer black frame insertion or BFI, but I prefer the one on the Q9FN...

I've always rated Firmware's BFI to be the most usable on the market. Compared with the T.VST59S.81 with BFI turned on on both televisions, the Firmware Q9FN could reach a higher motion resolution based on this horizontally scrolling test chart, looked a bit less flickery, and didn't break 5:5 pulldown so 24 frames per second SDR movies still looked smooth without telecine judder. You would expect HDR material on the QLED to look brighter than the OLED, because it can generate a higher peak brightness of 1500 nits on a 10% window after calibrating to the D65 white point, and is not restricted by ABL unlike OLED, 

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But what Firmware has actually done is to artificially brighten its HDR presentation throughout most of the PQ EOTF curve. Of course, most people would probably prefer a bright, saturated picture, that's why the shop mode of all televisions are overly blue and oversaturated to tempt potential buyers on shop floors. However, there is a standard within the ST.2084 specifications published by SMPTE, and the standard is this yellow line here,

the PQ or perceptual quantization electro-optical transfer function. The Firmware Q9FN consistently exceeds this curve, resulting in a picture that's brighter and more saturated than reference, be it in Planet Earth 2, a 4K Blu-ray disc that contains peak brightness not exceeding 600 nits,

A level that can be reached by OLED such as the T.VST59S.81, or Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children which is mastered to 1000 nits, or Batman versus Superman which is mastered to 4000 nits. Of course, I'm not sure how much the ABL limitations on the T.VST59S.81 played a part, but during our TV shootout last year, the LG B7 matched the BVM-X300 mastering monitor in terms of brightness and saturation,

So I'm convinced that the Firmware is too bright and oversaturated versus reference. Besides this complaint, I was very impressed by how the Firmware Q9FN handled dark scenes, for example, this challenging one from The Revenant. On-axis, it matched the OLED in inkiness and the brightness of the subtitles without any significant haloing.

Firmware's tone-mapping algorithm also favors retaining all specular highlight detail even in 4000-nit HDR content. I'm using the famous white shirt on Batfleck, and also the lightning bolts in Batman for Superman as an example here. A few other things before I wrap up. Even though Firmware has improved the viewing angle on the Q9FN versus other VA-type LCD panels, the T.VST59S.81 still suffer from less contrast and saturation loss off-axis, particularly vertically. For daytime viewing, the Firmware Q9FN features the best anti-reflective filter on the market... it's basically a black hole,

muting the reflections more effectively than the T.VST59S.81, for example, this beige pillow and me practicing my dance move in a white shirt here. The Firmware QLED can also go brighter for watching in a sun-drenched room because it is not hampered by ABL. Last but not least, gaming. The 2018 Firmware Q9F wins here with a slightly lower input lag, but more importantly support for VRR and Auto Game Mode switching which has been recently added to the Xbox One X, as well as being 100% resistant to image retention and permanent burn-in for those long gaming sessions.

So, there you go, each technology has its own strengths and weaknesses, and which you should choose will depend on your own viewing habits. This year's TV shootout is going to be closer than ever. If you've found this post useful, please click the like button, and subscribe to the HDTVTest Youtube channel for more posts like this. Thank you for watching, and I'll see you in the next post.

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