Post the model of your 4k tv your using for on your xbox one x.

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User Info: MarkIngramTD

MarkIngramTD
2 weeks ago#1
and a quick impression.
made for your viewing pleasure.

User Info: Chanfan02

Chanfan02
2 weeks ago#2
60" Samsung ku6300

Pros:
Low Input Lag (In Game Mode)
Great Colors (With some tweaking) and When Using UHD HDR HDMI Port
Great Blacks and Contrast Ratios
Great Aesthetic Design, Stylish and Thin
10 Bit Panel

Cons
Reflects Light in Some Situations
No HDR10
HDR+ Mode Induces too Much Lag (Game Mode is Required)

Since this TV doesn't exactly have true HDR, I would recommend a newer model that has HDR10 capabilities. This TV still looks fantastic for games and has one of the lowest input lags on the market.
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User Info: djwagon

djwagon
2 weeks ago#3
sony 900e series from sony .does it job so no cons .mainly a gaming tv .if i want to watch tv i just sit down in front of my 830c series 4ktv from sony.oh forgot the 900e is 49 inches
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User Info: CasuallyDressed

CasuallyDressed
2 weeks ago#4
58" Panasonic TX-58DX802B

Pros:
Gorgeous screen
One of the few 4k TVs that still supports 3D
Thin bezel
Freesat is a basic bonus (means I could drop the Sky box)

Cons:
Obnoxious separate speaker
Only 4 HDMI ports (I know this is the norm, but I think we should be seeing at least 7 by now)
Can receive 10 bit HDR, but it spits out 8 bit
The stand is enormous, so prepare to make room unless you hang it

I bought the TV from Richer Sounds, which means it carries a 6 year warranty. I've had the TV for about a year now and a couple of dead pixels have already popped up. I might use this 6 year warranty to my advantage in a few years and upgrade to the next model.

User Info: Neo Vejiita

Neo Vejiita
2 weeks ago#5
43 inch Samsung MU6300.

Pro:
Low input lag

Con:
It is a 60hz panel so no native 24frame playback
it lacks local dimming
the hdr brightness isn’t super high (not that I can tell though lol)
lacks wide colour gamut (same as above)
Prone to reflections

Overall for a budget friendly 4K tv (tcl are impossible to find at msrp in Canada) I’m super happy with it. It is my first 4K tv, but it blows my old 1080P out of the water. As far as the hdr brightness being limited, that is just what the reviews say...in practice for me, in a dark room the brights were almost too bright to the point that it may irritate my eyes. I ordered some bias lights for behind the tv so that should sort that out.
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User Info: SigmaLongshot

SigmaLongshot
2 weeks ago#6
Our main TV is this:

https://tinyurl.com/y7uoss5d

LG 55UJ630V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. The Xbox One X is hooked up to it. We have the same model (smaller size) at the other side of the living room hooked up to the Day One Xbox One.

PROS:

-Incredibly sharp visuals with excellent use of HDR10
-Low input lag

CONS:

-Sounds heavy on the treble/tinny without our sound system
XB1/XB360/Wii U: TotoMimo PS4: Gooey_Toto/SigmaLongshot
A decade working in AAA game development? Time certainly flies.

User Info: Reel_Big_Mike

Reel_Big_Mike
2 weeks ago#7
LG 65" E7P OLED

+ Unmatched picture quality and perfect blacks
+ Low Input lag
+ Supports all 4 types of HDR (HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG, and Advanced HDR by Technicolor)
+ Picture on glass design
+ Dolby Atmos speakers

- Expensive
- Potential for temporary image retention if static images are left up for extended periods (though I haven't encountered it)

It's seriously like the perfect TV in my opinion. I love it so much I miss it when I'm at work (my wife is not as impressed lol).

User Info: DOWBLACKNINJA

DOWBLACKNINJA
2 weeks ago#8
TCL P605

Loving it, for the price I paid.

Extremely low input lag 12ms with game mode enabled and 30ms without it. (Better than more expensive tvs)
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User Info: chex81

chex81
2 weeks ago#9
Vizio M 65” (2017)

Only 1 Con is single HDMI supports 4k/hdr10
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User Info: ScRui

ScRui
2 weeks ago#10
LG C7 65"

Pros: everything

Cons: haven't found one

Worth every penny imho
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