I dunno if this is technically the right place to post this but here goes anyway.
I'm looking at upgrading my 6 years old Sony Bravia before PS4 releases so I can get the best picture quality and least input lag/refresh rate or whatever it is called.
Anyone know anything about which TV is best suited to gaming these days? (I'm not looking for a monitor, specifically a TV).
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TV upgrade to suit PS4
Well if you are mostly concerned with input lag Sony is king but the particular models in this article only go up to 55". I personaly am going to get the Panasonic tc-p65vt60. It has average input lag but spectacular picture quality.
if you are in the uk it looks like the equivalent Panasonic model is TX-P65VT65B
Last edited by on the rocks; 08-27-2013 at 18:16.
Love the SONY for LCD, but, overall, until OLED comes out, Plasma has the the best color reproduction, and while I admire the money your spending, the ST series looks to be a much better bang for the buck option.
You are getting the better TV though. if you want to spend as much money as possible, there's the Z panels.
I'd advise our thread owner here to investigate the Panasonic ST Plasma series.
Put it in THX Bright mode, increase saturation a tad (Color) and WOW.
I'm looking to do the same! But i dunno if i should go 60" or 70" now!
Just looked through some Killzone screenshots, I feel bad that I'm going to be playing it on a 22" tv. It deserves better.
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I'm also gonna check some Panasonic TV's now around here.
get a 1080p plasma or lcd. i have a nice panny plamsa 1080 5o inch that iam going to use ps3 games look nice and ps4 will even look better
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I am also looking for a new tv maybe next year but I prefer Sony and Samsung LED models 46,50 inch.
Does anyone have some experience with these models?
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I recently bought myself a 27" monitor, never had a big tv to game on, but whenever I was at family who had a big gaming tv, I found myself creeping closer and closer to the TV.
Not because I couldn't see good enough, but because I like to be close to the action. I sit about a meter from my 27" monitor and I'm loving it, even now with my ps3 and 720p games.
Times are going to be good this November.
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I got a 55-inch LED LCD 1080p 120Hz 3D HDTV (not a Smart TV) from Samsung not too long ago for $859. The thing is freaky, how big and how light it is. It has been the largest TV I have been able to carry into the house without much problem in years. The size takes getting used to. Sitting 7 feet from it, it still fills most of my field of view and really makes it feel like living the game. The outside world completely melts away. Crazy thing is there is 50-inch 4K this fall for $1500. Course, the curved OLED are going to be around $9,000. Amazing how the TV price market has collapsed, and once 4K starts hitting, the 1080p starts dropping further in price.
4K is useless the PS4 only plays moives in 4K not games. plus not cable compnay will ever have 4k tv shows
I got a 32'' LCD TV but am looking forward to upgrade if I get some extra cash on a 42''-50'' LCD or LED TV. If you're in the States I'd recommend Walmart seems like they got the best selection of cheap and nice brands even compared to Amazon.
Why not get a projector for the same price or less of a 60" inch TV and enjoy gaming on a new level? Im talking 100+ inches. Couple that with an epic HD audio system and you'll find yourself in gaming heaven.
Last edited by Wrath; 08-28-2013 at 06:43.
And yes, bigger IS better. Once you've experienced a 1080p Blu Ray movie on a 120'' screen you don't want to go back to that 40'' miniature... Better blacks or not.
Last edited by Wrath; 08-28-2013 at 11:52.
And we are talking about console gaming here, not movie watching. And console gaming (mostly mp) can be negatively effected by large screen sizes. Also the characteristics of a good plasma are likely to be more beneficial/appreciated for console gaming.
Also what you are talking about is entirely subjective, I know people that preferred watching blu-rays on their 34 inch sony xbr crt's despite the availability of larger tv's due to its PQ characteristics.
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