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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Miguel Veliz, Aug 7, 2014.
Mostly for watching movies, and play ps4 games
I assume you've already done this? Is there anything in the comparison chart that you don't fully understand? Are there any features you feel are "must haves"?
Yes i did that, but didnt get much info besides that they all use different dimming technologies..
Most of the "features" are things that, as a gamer, you'll likely want to disable anyway. Smooth motion, etc. just introduces lag. Too bad plasmas are hard to come by - that would be your best option.
When it comes to LCD displays, full backlighting is preferred to edge-lit. If you can find store displays that you can not only view, but adjust the settings and tweak the picture that would be ideal - that way you know what you're getting. Even better if you can try a game system on one of them.
For me personally, I'm not all that into the 4k thing, and the idea of a curved screen doesn't excite me, either. I would tend to favor the least expensive option - provided I was certain that I could completely disable any image smoothing feature (i.e. not just set it to a "minimum" level). That also pockets some extra cash for the audio system - which I think lots of people under-budget after springing $2k+ for a display (to me, there are few things worse than a $2k display paired with a $500 sound system...).
I know this isn't terribly helpful - my last display purchase was a Panny plasma late last year after they started to disappear from stores. Honestly, it's the best display I've ever owned and I'm glad I grabbed one when I did. I haven't much experience with LCD displays...
Gotcha, makes sense.. For audio i'll be using a sound bar.. ill be using specifically the Samsung H550 soundbar... The TV will go in the living room of a 1000 sq ft apartment, so cant really put a bigger sound system cuz the neighbors will kill me..