Value Electronics Releases Details About This Summer's 2022 TV Shootout!

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(June 13, 2022) Value Electronics has released details concerning its 2022 TV Shootout Evaluation. Set to be emceed by Caleb Denison (Digital Trends), the two-day event is tentatively slated to feature five different 4K TVs on day one, followed by three 8K TVs on day two. A panel of professional judges will ultimately decide this year's "King of 4K TV" and "King of 8K TV."

Much like last year, the Shootout is being held in partnership with Dealerscope, a leading business-to-business publication that focuses on consumer technology retail, with testing rigs and cables supplied by AVProStore. According to Robert Zohn, owner of Value Electronics, the event will begin at 9AM on Saturday, July 30, and will resume at 10AM on Sunday, July 31. Both days will be held at The Company Building, 335 Madison Avenue, New York City.

“This is a must-see event for all who are interested in the best video displays," explains Zohn. "We are excited to have two separate categories, 4K and 8K TVs, so the public can see how each display compares in these competitive classes. At the conclusion of the second day, we will put the winners of the 4K and 8K TV Shootout next to each other to demonstrate the visual perception of the differences we can all see between these two top-of-class 2022 TVs."

The event annually includes the best available TV models in the United States, regardless of their display technology. This year sees panels using OLED, Quantum Dot MiniLED, Quantum Dot OLED, and MiniLED variations from LG, Samsung, and Sony. A tentative list of contestants includes:

4K TV Shootout
  • LG’s G2 Gallery Series OLED TV
  • Samsung’s QN95B Quantum Dot MiniLED TV
  • Samsung’s S95B Quantum Dot OLED TV
  • Sony’s XR-A95K Master Series QD OLED TV
  • Sony's XR-X95K MiniLED w/Backlight Master Drive
8K TV Shootout
  • LG’s Z2 Signature Series 8K OLED TV
  • Samsung’s QN900B Quantum Dot 8K LCD/MiniLED TV
  • Sony’s XR-Z9K Master Series 8K MiniLED TV
Zohn says that more TVs *might* be considered; final details will be released once they become available.

Due to COVID, the Shootout will not have in-person attendees. However, select media will be present, along with a panel of professional Hollywood video colorists, film finishers, TV reviewers, and video scientists. AV NIRVANA will be on-site to report all of the happenings.
 

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Where you at Todd?!?! I haven't seen you yet? :neener:
 

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That X95K and QN95B just seemed like something was off, color wise, from the stream. I like the S95B and the A95K best from what I can tell.
 

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A major undertaking just to get the TVs up and connected

For some reason, I didn't remember Todd was going to be there until I heard Robert call out his name
 

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That X95K and QN95B just seemed like something was off, color wise, from the stream. I like the S95B and the A95K best from what I can tell.
I guess I still got it! A85K in first and the S95B in second.
 

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I wish they would take the new "King" and put it beside the 8Ks in tomorrow's Shootout to see how it faires
 
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