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    New Smart 4k tv

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    Just bought my kid a ps4 pro for his b'day. Looking to get him a telly to get the most out of it. budget around £600.
    I've seen these tvs below in high street known retailer, what do you think? or any suggestions welcome.
    Anyone know the lifespan of nano crystal tvs? & explain a bit about HDR etc & which would be best for gaming?

    LG 49SJ810V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV
    SONY BRAVIA KD49XE8396 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV
    PANASONIC TX-50EX700B 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV

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    I just bought the 49sj810v for the bedroom no complaints for the price has wide colour gamut and Dolby vision and low input lag for gaming.

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    I bought the the LG 49UJ670V before Xmas for my back room. Very please and comes with 5 year warranty from John Lewis. £478.00.
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    yes Sicilian, I think the LG 49SJ810V must be the newer model, I prefer John Lewis but don't think they have this model ;-(

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    Got mine from currys with free 5 year warranty

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    SONY BRAVIA KD49XE8396 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV

    I recently bought this model but the 55". I haven't tried it on a PS4 pro but it makes sense to stick with Sony as playstation is Sony. I personally dont rate the HDR on the TV and sometimes watching TV i notice audio of sync maybe thats just me. The 4K quality is brilliant on netflix.
    The good thing is as with all modern Sony smart tvs is HDMI link with the PS4. My sons on a 2015 sony tv and he just presses the middle button on ps4 control pad and tv/5.1 sound system HDMI source everything turns on automatically and its set all set up ready to go! (need settnig up in ps4 settings first for this)
    Also there is all sorts of other features that can be linked up between a sony tv and a PS4. Benefit of them being the same make.
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    I recently bought a Sony KD-49XE9005 which had the best specification at the 49" screen size. If the room was larger I would have gone for a 55" OLED LG. As the screen sizes change so does the best technology, make, model and price. Other than special discounts offered every now and then by different shops/makes, you tend to get what you pay for. So I'd suggest you start from the screen size and then find which make offers the best performance. On the other hand if the budget is a more important constraint then you may have to settle for a smaller screen size to get a better performing TV.

    Given the ps4 pro specifications I would suggest you push the boat out for 4K, HDR and ideally back-lit TV (like the Sony) to avoid light stripe artifacts of edge lit monitors. It may be a good idea to take the PSP to a shop and try out different TVs to find the best match for your budget.
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    Thinking to buy Samsung nu8000 it will be best for playing ps4 its resolution is amazing. but in 600 budget the ue50mu6120 is best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Hazza View Post
    I wouldn’t touch a Samsung with a barge pole!


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    i brought the panasonic fab tv has now gone down 200 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by icemen View Post
    Hi


    Just bought my kid a ps4 pro for his b'day. Looking to get him a telly to get the most out of it. budget around £600.
    I've seen these tvs below in high street known retailer, what do you think? or any suggestions welcome.
    Anyone know the lifespan of nano crystal tvs? & explain a bit about HDR etc & which would be best for gaming?

    LG 49SJ810V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV
    SONY BRAVIA KD49XE8396 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV
    PANASONIC TX-50EX700B 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV

    thankz
    I would suggest SONY BRAVIA KD49XE8396 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. My son is using it with his PS4 without any problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c31 View Post
    i brought the panasonic fab tv has now gone down 200 pounds
    I have had a very experience with panasonic in the past, i wish you the best

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