Samsung’s quantum dot OLED TVs get a marketing name. But don’t expect them to rival LG OLED prices and sizes any time soon. We also dig into the confusing limitations of certain streaming apps on certain streaming devices, and why even an HD Fury can’t help.
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00:00:00 – Intro & Listeners of the Week
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In the news:
00:12:56 – News: Roku firmware broke YouTube TV app
Via Karl, Roku OS 10.5 created so many problems, they rolled it back: https://is.gd/oX2XGe
00:15:36 – News: Samsung QD-Display
Samsung is using QD-Display as the name for their quantum dot OLED TVs that have begun mass production, but with reportedly low yields.
– QD-Display: https://is.gd/XmszWK
– QD OLED mass production: https://is.gd/BSNkn5
– 34″ monitor and low yields: https://youtu.be/AB7Lbia7Nlc
00:23:01 – Comment: Erod – Stewart Filmscreen manual masking
– Stewart WallScreen manual masking: https://is.gd/7lxtwL
00:25:20 – Comment: Bertrand – Fist Test
If you want to approximate angles, Rob suggests using your compass and level apps on your phone instead.