Best 4K HDR TV's for One X, PS4 Pro

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  1. Scott_Arm

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    Yes. The difference with tvs is a lot of the time they trickle out features I care about.
     
  2. wco81

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    True but most people don't think of traditional consumer electronics as tech products per se, though obviously they're doing more with processing power and software all the time.

    In the case of OLED and other display tech like micro LED, they're refining production processes to improve performance or in the case of micro LED, trying to find a production process period.

    These traditional CE companies are good at materials processes but not so much at software and CPU processing. I'd be more inclined to accept that they can wring out good improvements every year if it was tech companies producing this gear though.
     
  3. dobwal

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    I don’t wait till the next year for newer and better TVs. I wait till the next year for the better current gen TVs that can be had for much cheaper than initial list prices.

    Plus I usually tie my TV upgrades with my console upgrades. So I imagine if consoles drop in 2020, I’ll be ready to upgrade to whatever is the best high midrange 2020 TV available at a reasonable price in 2021.
     
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    I'm searching for a TV right now because my Samsung have developed terrible backlight uniformity issues and is really embarrassing to watch. I need a flicker-free TV because I can't stand ghosting produced by low-frequency PWM (120Hz) which limit my options to OLEDs or Sony LCDs (I have no data on Panasonic unfortunately and I'm limited to EU models). I have two sources of 4k/60Hz/4:4:4 (PC and console) but Sony TVs have only two HDMI ports which can do 4k/60Hz/4:4:4 and one of those ports is also ARC which I want to use to control soundbar. OLEDs are surrounded by burn-in and image retention issues ... great options. :cry:
     
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    In this specific case, they use a different OS. The US model uses Roku as it's OS, the EU model uses AndroidTV. This might be due to Roku not being as well supported outside the US.
     
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    Well, for my part I'm waiting for 4k120, HDMI VRR & ALLM & eARC to all be supported in a TV that's available at 65".
     
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