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capd

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Any good prices on 65" tv

And what to look out for

Will replace my 51" plasma
Difficult to replace a plasma... I would go 55" OLED to give you the same picture quality & motion handling. Maybe the LG C1 55" is still floating around for R19,999. 4K 120Hz on all HDMI ports.
 

crawler

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Thanks so big thing to check is the 4k at 120hz

Was a hype about different HDR some time back, what do I look for?
 

Nimz

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We play Xbox one s

Most of time is series and movies via Netflix and other streaming

Also have emby server
Then 4K @ 120 won't matter to you because the Xbox One S is not a next gen console (it doesn't support 4K @ 120)

If you plan on upgrading that to the Series S|X or PS5 then look for that feature. If not, then don't bother.
 

Herr der Verboten

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Thanks will have a look there
You don't have to use them as a bible, but they can help you identify things that may not make the sale worth it. I normally look through their things to get a general idea for what the product is suited, its caveats and then weight it up against what I want and can afford.
 

capd

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Then 4K @ 120 won't matter to you because the Xbox One S is not a next gen console (it doesn't support 4K @ 120)

If you plan on upgrading that to the Series S|X or PS5 then look for that feature. If not, then don't bother.
100%. It's a tough decision. On the one hand entry Samsung QLEDs are pretty shiitty with atrocious build quality, but would provide 10" larger screen which certainly adds to the experience compared to a 55" OLED which gives you the best picture quality, best motion handling, best build quality, and the best TV OS and arguably remote.
 

Herr der Verboten

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Then 4K @ 120 won't matter to you because the Xbox One S is not a next gen console (it doesn't support 4K @ 120)

If you plan on upgrading that to the Series S|X or PS5 then look for that feature. If not, then don't bother.
+decent cable. Doesn't matter if you have the tv and the console but shitty "4k" cable / 4k like cable. In fact I am using a 8k cable between my nv shield and tv...
 
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