I was reading about social and economic things and I figured out that the US have a lot of problemas with buying houses and apartments. They are very expensive in many areas except in Detroit, for some economic reasons. But anyway, I was thinking about how much money I need to do for month or year, to buy a simples 300 thousand dolars.
Well, I'd like to know by you people that lives in USA, what kind of houses are considered a middle class houses in your city/state. 400k ? 500k ? 600k ?
How much money do you need to earn monthly/annualy to buy a middle classe house??
I recommend doing your research, as generally speaking OLEDs are held in higher regard but an LED may be a better option based on your specific viewing environment. Rtings.com is a great place to start.
Also, there are many awesome YouTube channels that give in-depth comparisons and reviews of different tv models and display technologies.
That said, I picked up my LG CX late last year and have been blown away by it. Worth noting that it supports Dolby Vision, which is amazing if you watch a lot of Netflix and/or Disney+. It also includes 4(!) HDMI 2.1 ports, which you'll want to get the most out of your PS5 or Xbox Series X. It even supports Freesync and Nvidia GSync.
Fair criticism that OLEDs don't get as bright, but this is a non-issue if your viewing environment is typically dark, which mine is. Also, OLED technology has improved greatly and burn-in is not the issue that it once was. I again recommend Rtings.com's burn-in test....you'd basically have to have your tv on for at least 10 hours everyday while viewing something like CNN or ESPN to ever possibly have any issues.
I'm gonna take a look at some rtings.com reviews. I'd like to buy a C1, next year because of price getting cheaper as the new C2 or C11 gets released at the same time. I'm pretty curious about deep blacks and contrasts from OLED tvs.
The C1 input lag is arounds 10ms running games at 4k + HDR with Game Mode activaded. This is amazing!
But I need to take a look to some electronics that I really need to choose. I already have a PS5 and a Xbox Series S. Maybe my priority is buying a Xbox Series X. But I don't know... The Series S is already capable of 120hz.
Well, What is the most important thing right now? The Series S to Series X upgrade or the MU6100 4k to a CX/C1 upgrade?
It's not a good idea anyway, these TVs only get 450 nits which doesn't offer that much color definition compared to other 2000nits LCDs. I've avoided them due to burn-in from static elements. Some OLEDs can "refresh" to attempt to clear this up but doing this slowly reduces peak brightness and degrades the lifetime of the TV.
oh man! thank you for answering me...
Anyway, I've heard about the best black contrasts ever that this kind of TV offers, and that make me feel so curious.
Well, I don't care about brightness nits colors, but I'm grateful for your advice... But the most important thing is if I'd take at least about 5 years without burn-in problems hehe
I lived in Houston for a bit and I liked it a lot. One of the things that made it great was it was relatively cheap for such a big city. There are (or were, don't know about now) no zoning laws, which made it a very dynamic city. Developers could just build wherever they wanted. The downside is that there is a lot of noise, both on the eyes and ears. Lots of construction, billboards and other obnoxious stuff.
As for visiting, I'd go with Austin. It caters to tourism probably better than any other city in the state.
I've heard about NASA Museum in Houston. Do you know anything about that?
@mrbojangles25: Hoagiefest is on! Wawa has the best rolls... I could grab coffee, breakfast, lunch, and dinner from there. I love when they get clam chowder and lobster bisque... They have great cookies, BLTs, cheese steaks (for when I can't get to Jim Steaks in philly), meatballs, mac and cheese, breakfast bowls, breakfast sandwiches, hash browns, mozzarella sticks... Like damn