What 4K Tv and what size

Allen_6

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I have a question about 4K Tvs I watch sports and games mostly in a dark environment and sit about 9 feet from the tv what brands and sizes should I be looking for?

Thanks!
 
Thanks!


My recommendations:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0148OZLOS?tag=rtings-tv-bs10b-20&ie=UTF8

$ 998,00
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4 (PC)
-1080 120 Hz (PC)
-VA
-17,7 ms input lag



Slightly better than above:

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN55JU7100-55-Inch-Ultra-Smart/dp/B00T48CVVK?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=A17MC6HOH9AVE6

$ 1,199.99
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4 (PC)
-Active 3D
-VA
-26,1 ms input lag



Quite a bit better than above:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C5TFLSE?tag=rtings-tv-bs10b-20&ie=UTF8

$ 1,497.99
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4
-HDR
-VA
-20,9 ms input lag



Incase you're interested in a OLED:

http://www.amazon.com/LG-Electronics-55EG9100-55-Inch-Curved/dp/B0148OZNKK/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1463567959&sr=1-1&keywords=1080+oled

$ 1,797.00
-1080
Not sure of the other specs, I haven't looked into OLED's personally.


That sums up your budget. The last option is currently on sale, which is why I didn't hit the top of your budget. These are not the only TV's on the market, but it gives you an idea of what to expect, and perhaps help you go out on your own now that you know what to look for, because I listed the important features. If I don't list a feature, it means it doesn't have it.

My goal was to point you in the right direction, but I'll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
 

Allen_6

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About 1k to 1700 was looking at the Samsung js8500 55 inch. Will watch movies and stream 4K content along with video games most of the time in a dark room the Vizio p series this year looks goo but the 55 inch has a ips panel and I've heard the picture isn't that great on those. 3D would be nice but not a major deal breaker
 
Okay, so it's safe to assume that you're looking for a 120 Hz 4k TV?

A lot of them will allow you to lower the resolution to 1080p using your PC, and play at 1080p at 120 Hz.

Don't go with an IPS for dim/dark environments, you'll regret that!

Just a bit more detail before I start recommending TV's.

What currency?

Buying online?

Apologies for not having these questions in my OP.
 

Allen_6

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American dollars and yea 120mhz would be best I would think and I would buy online like Amazon especially if you can get a good model for cheaper used or new

 
Thanks!


My recommendations:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0148OZLOS?tag=rtings-tv-bs10b-20&ie=UTF8

$ 998,00
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4 (PC)
-1080 120 Hz (PC)
-VA
-17,7 ms input lag



Slightly better than above:

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN55JU7100-55-Inch-Ultra-Smart/dp/B00T48CVVK?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=A17MC6HOH9AVE6

$ 1,199.99
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4 (PC)
-Active 3D
-VA
-26,1 ms input lag



Quite a bit better than above:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C5TFLSE?tag=rtings-tv-bs10b-20&ie=UTF8

$ 1,497.99
-55"
-120 Hz native
-4k 60 Hz 4.4.4
-HDR
-VA
-20,9 ms input lag



Incase you're interested in a OLED:

http://www.amazon.com/LG-Electronics-55EG9100-55-Inch-Curved/dp/B0148OZNKK/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1463567959&sr=1-1&keywords=1080+oled

$ 1,797.00
-1080
Not sure of the other specs, I haven't looked into OLED's personally.


That sums up your budget. The last option is currently on sale, which is why I didn't hit the top of your budget. These are not the only TV's on the market, but it gives you an idea of what to expect, and perhaps help you go out on your own now that you know what to look for, because I listed the important features. If I don't list a feature, it means it doesn't have it.

My goal was to point you in the right direction, but I'll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
 


I didn't answer this yet. However, it's very subjective. I'm 9 feet from a 77", and it's too small for me. It was too big for approx. 2 days, then I got used to it. Bigger is always better. If you could get a 65" 1080 for the same price as a 55" 4k, then I would get the 1080 personally. The 65" has got 40% more screen area. I watch a lot of movies, so for me that's an easy choice, considering blu-rays crop 32% of the screen area in the source.

 

newbcakes

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I don't intend this to be an advertisement... but I purchase all of my TV's at "The Big Screen Store" because they look up online pricing, match it, then offer double the manufacturers warranty at no cost and $50 to double that... so for $50, I quadrupled my 1 year manufacturers warranty on a 55" Samsung 4k 120hz LED tv, and I got the TV at the same price as Amazon.

Now, you may not live near a Big Screen Store and if that's the case, I apologize.
 

Allen_6

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