does a wired controller actually reflect a difference when playing?

#11elitewarrior500Posted 3/14/2013 11:07:01 PM
ODomm posted...
Tube TV v.s. an HD tv is a way more noticeable difference IMO.

When you can make a tv with the instant feedback of a tube tv with the graphics of an HD tv, I will give you all the money.


thats odd because i never had lag with my hdtv while playing halo
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#12ODommPosted 3/14/2013 11:11:56 PM
elitewarrior500 posted...
ODomm posted...
Tube TV v.s. an HD tv is a way more noticeable difference IMO.

When you can make a tv with the instant feedback of a tube tv with the graphics of an HD tv, I will give you all the money.


thats odd because i never had lag with my hdtv while playing halo


You don't notice it until you go from a tube tv for like a week back to an HD
Anyone else who has ever played on a tube tv will tell you the same.
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#13elitewarrior500Posted 3/14/2013 11:17:44 PM(edited)
well eitherway im never gonna play on a tube ever again unless i have to
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#14DiscernPosted 3/15/2013 12:42:05 AM
I only have tube tvs. It's not too bad but its hard to see people sometimes.
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#15A_Dirty_LiberalPosted 3/15/2013 12:48:02 AM
I use a tube tv. the above poster is correct, whenever I play on a friends tv it's much slower. However, better quality HDTVs can reduce this issue to the point where it's unnoticeable.
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#16FlyingholePosted 3/15/2013 1:46:10 AM
SunDevil77 posted...
RAGEface14 posted...
They have faster response times than wireless.


^ That.

But the difference is so minor that it won't matter. Unless you're playing in a large tournament for a prize, where people have the reaction speeds of a damn greek god.


And even then, nope.
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#17FlyingholePosted 3/15/2013 1:48:50 AM
ODomm posted...
Tube TV v.s. an HD tv is a way more noticeable difference IMO.

When you can make a tv with the instant feedback of a tube tv with the graphics of an HD tv, I will give you all the money.


That was a plasma v. lcd issue, and it was solved over five years ago. And that was for sports, not video games. And plasma never had this issue. But other than that okay.
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#18briman112Posted 3/15/2013 10:51:06 AM
Flyinghole posted...
ODomm posted...
Tube TV v.s. an HD tv is a way more noticeable difference IMO.

When you can make a tv with the instant feedback of a tube tv with the graphics of an HD tv, I will give you all the money.


That was a plasma v. lcd issue, and it was solved over five years ago. And that was for sports, not video games. And plasma never had this issue. But other than that okay.


This was not solved five years ago. I have friends that just recently bought large LCD or Led TVs. My small, 3-year-old 21inch lcd has barely noticeable delay (I can only tell if I play on a tube tv for a while then switch back), but their TVs are unplayable for me. I'm sure I could get used to it if I stayed with them and played for a few days, but it's really bad. They don't even notice.
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