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TV Choice dilemma

Mikey247

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Nov 27, 2020
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Hi all,

In market for new TV, held out for PS5 to arrive first,

Thing has to be 48/49 inch as that's all I can fit in the space,

First thought was the Samsung Q80 or Q85 (but does not have 120hz screen)

Then was the LG CX,

Question is what are peoples view on the above and what would most of you go for,

Is CX worth getting over the Samsung for general gaming etc.

70% considering the CX but just annoying there aren't any deals on these and the 55" is almost £300 cheaper.

Do you think the PS5 Will make the most of 120hz our will 60hz do?

Cheers and thanks in advance
 

Blacksabbath25

Well-known member
Sep 20, 2015
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Hi all,

In market for new TV, held out for PS5 to arrive first,

Thing has to be 48/49 inch as that's all I can fit in the space,

First thought was the Samsung Q80 or Q85 (but does not have 120hz screen)

Then was the LG CX,

Question is what are peoples view on the above and what would most of you go for,

Is CX worth getting over the Samsung for general gaming etc.

70% considering the CX but just annoying there aren't any deals on these and the 55" is almost £300 cheaper.

Do you think the PS5 Will make the most of 120hz our will 60hz do?

Cheers and thanks in advance
The cheapest TV with the right spec is the LG .....https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/all-tvs/lg-49nano866na.html
but sold out everywhere .
best to wait till next year when the TV company's bring more choice but do not buy an OLED TV as your get screen burn from playing games and plus they are expensive .
I have the new Xbox series X and looking for a TV myself ideally 39'' but have no choice but to look for a 48'' and get one with the 2.1 Usb , 120 refresh rate and venerable refresh in 4k which the LG will do for £600 which is better then paying £1500 for a OLED
 

silverback

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Oct 23, 2020
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Hi Mikey247 it can only be the Sony 48 A9. I wish they done this tv in 65inch or 75inch. So am picking between the Sony 65 A85 or the Panasonic 65 HZ2000.
 

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