I been thinking about getting an LED TV, a Sony Bravia (sp) one, how does gaming look on a LED TV? --- Mave
#2NightDrifter05Posted 1/21/2013 9:53:47 AM
It all really depend's. It looked completely different to me because it was so much brighter and way more vivid and the refresh rate was so much better that everything seemed smoother in the cutscenes. With the price's of LED's now you might as well get one. Unless you have $12,000 to get one of the new 4K TV's about to release you won't get much better then what's currently on the market.
#3ZonedoggPosted 1/21/2013 11:20:20 AM
dont get a bravia, I had one and the mother board crapped out at 14 months, waste of money. If you do buy the extended warranty --- I don't discriminate, I hate everybody, xbl: IIII Demon III. psn:vbcave
#4bob15xPosted 1/21/2013 11:38:48 AM
dont get a bravia, I had one and the mother board crapped out at 14 months, waste of money. If you do buy the extended warranty
my new bravia sucks too. has half the brightness and sharpness as my samsung. I noticed in the store the samsung tvs seem to be nice and bright, everything pops.
#5beginningatlastPosted 1/21/2013 12:54:54 PM
I have an LG LED that I love. Great picture, very bright and vibrant. It's my first non Samsung TV. My previous 3 tv's were Samsungs so I can also recommend them. Awesome quality.
#6MrRoam(Topic Creator)Posted 1/22/2013 7:17:31 AM
I actually have a Bravis but it's a 32 inch 720p, but I might skip on the LED. Thanks for the advice. --- Mave
#7Spidey555Posted 1/22/2013 7:56:30 AM
get a plasma --- 360 GT: FiendishFiend Steam: Spidey555