for a distance less than 4 feet...go with a 40" max
4 -5feet 46"
5 -6feet 50"
6 -7feet 55"
8 feet + 60"+
my opinion....but a 46" can easily project good quality up to 7,5 feet so choose wisely and with youre budget...
DEL is the right choice for now for the price...with at least 120hz...with 1080p fullHD...And 3D TV have better processor...for some manufacturer...so think of that...
Samsung, LG , Sony in this order...
But if you buy a PS4...why not go with a Sony...bravia sync could work...
But if you buy a XboxOne...Samsung TV are the best...
Mine is a 46" LED Samsung...
XboxOne and my gaming addiction are perfect match :)
Recommendations on a 32"-42" TV?
Most likely around 32" because this will be going in my room and will be used for the Xbox One.
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I own a 50in Panny 3d plasma which is great for gaming due to zero input lag as long as you break it in with the slides to avoid image retention if you hardcore game for hours non stop.
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the 4K at 999$, i saw it on Amazon...Personally, i would pass and pay more for a more reputable brand. It seems like that model was the first to arrive on market, aka rushed.
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I would absolutely agree but it is still 4k for $1000 instead of $6000+
For the size of the TV it dépends of your room and the distance between you and the TV srceen...
Those recommended TV sizes based on viewing distance seem absurd to me. It should also take into consideration the size of the room in which it will be used. I just measured and it is 8 feet from my 37" LCD to my couch, but this room is in a house that was built in 1890, so the entire room is 13' x 13'-ish. Putting a 60" TV in this room would be beyond useless. A 42" would be solid, MAYBE a 47" if the price made sense, but those numbers quoted...wow.
georgewduff1 posted...For the size of the TV it dépends of your room and the distance between you and the TV srceen...
Room size is immaterial, viewing distance and resolution are the key variables.
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i picked up the BenQ 27" XL2720T since last time I posted in this topic... it's pretty nice. If you have it on a desktop in front of you, the size is perfect. I did some input lag tests and it was far faster then my Sony XBR TVs and my Dell U2410.
The three preset buttons are nice, so you can set up a good gaming mode, a good PC mode, and a good PC mode when viewing video, and simply push the nice big button (1, 2, or 3) to select which mode to use.
I suggest using one of the downloadable automatic calibration files found on the monitors website, and starting with one of those, and alter the brightness and other settings to your liking. It's pretty slick, you actually install the mode to the monitor, you obvoiusly have to be using an HDMI or DVI cable from your PC to do that.
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