Funny how that works.
Paul, make an updated video on this. Thanks
I have one of this TV's (the exact model), they work really well... and like you said is not an OLED but they do their job very good. It is a middle range TV with an excellent price... HDR Pro, etc. Enjoy! and thanks for the explanation :) Have a nice Sunday!
Any updates for 2019.
We got a edge lit vizio tv which was very badly reviewed, it got dead pixels in less than a month and was laggy.
No. The larger the TV, the more uniformity issues.
What about QLED?
Fascination with TV size is idiotic! It's simply a preference, why everyone is trying to tell you have to go 100" if you can afford it. I'd rather have a great spec on a smaller TV, then a large piece of shit. Some people need good brightness, some need low input lag, some need colors, most need good resolution, some need smart features, and so on. Size is only one of the aspects and some might need a very specific size rather then as big as possible.
any recomendations for a 24" Tv :)
Yes, dont buy it
Why do people think that screen size is so important? The quality of the image is much more important in my opinion…
Stormiii Lasch yeah I agree for sure
@Josh Talbot yeah but much rather on a brilliant 55" than on a bad 65"
Stormiii Lasch screen size matters up to a point, would much rather watch on a decent 55” than an amazing 20”
I have an new Panasonic 55" 4K FX-600E. I am not so impressed. The picture hasn’t any sharpness, the colors are strange, and some lightbleeding is very common. I saw an old Samsung plasma 43" and that had much better sharpness and contrast. It was from 2012. Can it be the case that an 7 years old plasma beats an one year old LED?
Very clear. Thanks!
Watching this after purchasing Samsung QLED XD
Very informative and simple. Thanks bud!
799.99 for a edge lit display. What a rip. Go to Costco next time.
No bullshit to the point thumbs up
if u like action movies or play video games, a minimum of 120 hertz refresh rate is must
Amazon Prime Day is coming so brace yourself for impact!
Just got my today it's a 55 inch RCA 4k TV I love it so much was 250.00 at Walmart online was not bad price for that
I got mine 2013 the rules are 1 Sony Bravia 2 biggest tv 📺 you can find 3 most expensive 4 buy
no idea half the stuff he said
Is there a spec on 4k that good for gaming?
Yes bro. This guy is noob he even doesn’t have a xbox or ps4. Most of xbox ps4 review by youtuber usually seen on Samsung QLED TV.SAMSUNG TV has better lag input than all others. Quantum dot Technology and quantum processor made him superior for gaming
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Umm dobly vision... You left that out... And HDMI ports are important and build in aps lol...
He actually mentioned Dolby Vision and HDMI ports...
OLED tv's SUCK!. There over priced and 85% of the tv's purchased have burn in and screen blackout issues within the first 6-12 months. OLED IS TRASH!.
Don’t waste your money on a 60Hz TV, get a 120Hz TV, if you like action movies or sports you’re much better off. Also, when you see things like 240 TruMotion don’t fall for it, that is 120 Hz and just a way to make you think it’s refresh is actually higher than it really is.HDMI 2.1 is also available in some sets, it has around triple the bandwidth of 2.0. Definitely something worth considering if you plan to keep the TV for a long time.Otherwise solid advice in the video, one of these days I’m going to have to upgrade to OLED myself.
Thinking of getting the Toshiba 4k hsr led fire 50inches. Ok?
Do the 4k TVs come with blue blocker?
Buy tv https://gadgets-review.com/75-inch-4k-tv/
I called in my local coop for a pint of milk and ended up going home with 55inch digihome 4k ultra they had them on sale for 200 pounds brand new evry now and again they get overstock in and sell it off .wasent expecting much for the price but once set up very impressed lovely picture quality and sound just cant get my kids off it now on u tube lol
Oled for 999 :^)
I got Philips 50 inch 4k for 338$
I got an lg 43 inch 4k ips LCD smart TV for $89 today, gotta love when Walmart clearances the display TVs and the warranty plan is super cheap too.
WE HAVE 8 K TVS 2019
We are about to buy sharp aquos 45 inch LED TV..is it ok?thx
No, it is too small. And it sucks.
You don't need to spend over $400 for a 4K smart TV.
Your a fucking idiot nerd boy. Curved rules thumbs down
The most important thing before shafting out a fortune HAS NOT got anything to do with the specs. The MOST important thing is programming worth watching.
Thanks so much for your very helpful and clear technical explanation and tips.
stupid prices on the Ph its like 500$ at us gonna cost 750-850$ here
If you have cable like Cogeco, you need to make sure it can handle 4k or it will just be 1080p or 780pDon't quote me things could have changed.
How important is motion rate in TVs? I made sure the last 55 inch I bought had 240. But they seem very expensive now that I'm in the market for a 75 inch. How much difference does 240 really make compared to 120 Hertz?
@TheDarkToes That is so strange bro. I mean I believe you. One I'm looking at says it's 120 and costs $1299 and the 240 variant is around $1699. Figured the 240 would obviously be better but just trying to figure out by how much.
240 Hertz TVs are lying to you. It's not really 240 Hertz. If you haven't figured that out yet. It's just a 60hz panel and they use "smart technology" to literally guess at what the other frames will be and fill in junk to make it appear smoother, but alot of the times it actually makes it worse.Never buy a TV advertising 240hz
Things to add are refresh rate and video processing.Nothing worse than a stuttery movie experience or watching sports while having smearing and trailing AFTER spending $800.Different TV’s for different applications, but it it’s almost always worth the money to go into the midrange televisions instead of the value or budget models.I’d would also like to chime in and say that VA type is the superior and preferred technology in high end televisions.IPS gives you the viewing angles while sacrificing 5x the contrast on a comparably priced VA. Contrast in televisions is everything, and is the main reason OLED is regarded as the best.“VA is ok too” is not the right way to approach differentiation is LCD panels.
Saad Vaka In the 4K generation of TV’s there is not such thing as 240hz unfortunately.TV brands have gotten a bit deceitful in the upfront marketing of motion handling.There’s “Motion Rate” 120(60hz) and “Motion Rate” 240(120hz). Nobody advertises actual panel refresh rate anymore.Having a panel that can refresh the image twice as many times in a second is usually beneficial, especially when attached to a good video processor (i.e. Sony X1 Extreme, LG A9).Smearing and trailing can be controlled in faster action scenes in movies, and panning and ball movement will look a lot more composed in sports.Not necessarily related to refresh rate, but usually found in TVs that are 120hz panels, is good video processors that can take advantage of the panel to sync 24fps content (movies) to each frame, for that cinematic look that almost all value or budget TV’s lack.For gaming, especially on newer TV’s that have Variable Refresh Rate and Auto Low Latency Mode, the speed of the panel will prevent games from screen tearing as the processor will adjust however many frames are needed at a certain point in the game to look cohesive instead of broken up or “laggy”.As mentioned in my previous comment, if it’s a television you’re using every day or using it for a specific function like movies, sports or gaming, it’s almost always worth spending the extra money to go into the midrange sets (120hz, 10bit).There is a night and day difference between the performance of those sets compared to their cheaper siblings.
Can you comment on the difference between 120 Hertz and 240 Hertz refresh rate for a TV mostly used for Movies/Netflix/Hulu and gaming?
So I just got this LG 4k 49 inch tv. Question is if I got a 4k disk player do I need to buy new HDMI cable for that to support what ever going to tv. Or will my standard older good quality HDMI cable be fine?
You'll need a 4k compatible HDMI cable to run 4k content through